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Are these fun facts about Happy Days true or false?

Happy Days (1974) was an essential part of pop culture history. From Fonzie's iconic leather jacket to his memorable catchphrase that we could never get out of our heads - the influence of the series has transcended for decades.

With so much Happy Days related trivia out there, we've decided to put your knowledge to the test! Do you think you know everything about the motorcycle riding cool guy, Richie, Joanie and the rest of the Happy Days gang?

Here's your chance to show Fonzie just how cool you really are. Good luck, and if you do well, give it your best "Ayyy!"
  1. Although Fonzie loved motorcycles, Henry Winkler was terrified of them.
  2. In the final episode, Tom Bosley stepped out of character to thank viewers for being part of the Cunningham family.
  3. Originally there were supposed to be four Cunningham children.
  4. The ratings were so low at the end of its second season that Happy Days came close to being cancelled.
  5. Happy Days was originally based on American Graffiti (1973).
  6. Happy Days never won an Emmy, although it was nominated.
  7. Micky Dolenz of The Monkees auditioned for the role of Fonzie.
  8. Happy Days was so popular that "Rock Around the Clock" went back on the pop charts 19 years after its original release.
  9. Henry Winkler played the same character as Fonzie in three different series.
  10. Along with Henry Winkler, Tim Bosley is one of only two actors to appear in all 255 episodes of Happy Days.

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