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Episode 2 : Chachi Sells His Soul

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Episode 2 : Chachi Sells His Soul

Posted by Clement Powlowski

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Season 7

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22m

Wanting to be treated more like an adult, Chachi sells his soul to the devil. In order to get him out of it, Fonzie has to go 24 hours without receiving a kiss from a girl.

Guest Stars: Lynda Goodfriend


Genres: Comedy


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Episodes
Episode 1 : Shotgun Wedding (1)
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Episode 3 : Fonz Meets Kat
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Episode 4 : Marion Goes to Jail
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Episode 5 : Richie's Job
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Episode 6 : Richie Falls in Love
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Episode 7 : Fonzie's a Thespian
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Episode 8 : Burlesque
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Episode 9 : Joanie Busts Out
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Episode 10 : King Richard's Big Night
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Episode 11 : Fonzie Versus the She Devils
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Episode 12 : The Mechanic
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Episode 13 : They're Closing Inspiration Point
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Episode 14 : Here Comes the Bride Again
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Episode 15 : Ah, Wilderness
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Episode 16 : Joanie's Dilemma
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Episode 17 : Hot Stuff
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Episode 18 : The New Arnold's
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Episode 19 : The Hucksters
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Episode 20 : Allison
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Episode 21 : Fools Rush In
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Episode 22 : Father & Son
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Episode 23 : A Potsie Is Born
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Episode 24 : The Roaring Twenties
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Episode 25 : Ralph's Family Problem
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