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Fonz-How, Inc. - S4-E22

Visible crew/equipment: When Al, Fonzie and Howard uses "Gulper" in the diner's kitchen, it starts to throw salad all over. You can see the same hand twice in a short period throwing salad from the door window.

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The Ballad of Joanie and Chachi - S11-E2

Visible crew/equipment: After Chachi walks out of the college classroom, when Joanie takes a seat and starts crying the boom mic dips into view at the top of the screen, in the wideshot.

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Passages: Part 2 - S11-E17

Visible crew/equipment: When Fonzie and Chachi are wearing their tuxes, Chachi nervously picks up the telephone for no reason, and just as he walks around the table we can see set lighting at the top of the screen, over the window.

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The Mechanic - S7-E12

Visible crew/equipment: When Don comes into the garage to apply for the job, the T-mark can be seen on the floor by Fonzie's feet.

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When the Cunninghams are talking about Fonz's trial, Mr. Cunningham can be seen wearing a digital watch. Digital watches didn't exist in the 50's.

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Richie and Joanie had an older brother named Chuck, who was played by two different actors, and who only appeared during the first season of the show, because the character of Chuck was written off the show. This plot plot has since absorbed into popular culture: known as "Chuck Cunningham Syndrome," it refers to a character's (either leading or supporting) unexplained disappearance from a series.

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