Can you name these characters from 'Happy Days'?

How well do you know these fictional denizens of Milwaukee?

Happy Days was loaded with memorable characters, both young and old. Richie, Potsie, Chachi. Mr. and Mrs. C. The Fonz! Heck, even Laverne and Shirley and Mork started out on the show.

The cast ran deep, especially in later seasons. More and more lovers and relatives started showing up. After all, there were 11 seasons and 255 episodes to fill.

The nostalgic sitcom was set in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the 1950s and 1960s. Let's see how well you remember its notable citizens. Need to study up? 

  1. This cool rocker gave Fonzie a run for his money.
  2. This elder Cunningham brother seemed to just disappear.
  3. Howard and Marian's nephew became the P.E. teacher at Jefferson High.
  4. Joanie's best friend became a regular.
  5. Hey, another Cunningham! What was this niece's name?
  6. This Arnold's carhop was in the opening credits. What's her name?
  7. This guy in red loved to let his midriff hang out.
  8. This nerd sat at the head of Fonzie's shop class.
  9. The 'Poltergeist' star played a little girl who looked to the Fonz like a father. What was her name?
  10. This hard-nosed authority figure was a thorn in Fonzie's side for years. He also had a Star Trek name.
  11. This Demons gang leader wore his odd name proudly on his jacket.
  12. Fonzie's little nephew/cousin (depending on the episode) was like his Mini-Me.

Can you name these characters from 'Happy Days'?

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RedSamRackham 3 months ago
Also in early episode the original Arnold was big husky white man before an Asian Arnold took over. ☺
WILD 3 months ago
You got 12 out of 12!
Aaaaayyyyy! Perfection. You must tune in regularly to Happy Days on MeTV. You could probably turn on a jukebox with the jab of an elbow.
That was easy. The hardest was Eugene. Also I didn't know Marsha even had a last name.
jamiahsh 3 months ago
Shouldn’t it be “perfectomundo”? AAAAyyyyyyy!
RichardKohler 10 months ago
12 out of 12!
Aaaaayyyyy! Perfection.
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