Fast-forward to 2017, and you'd probably cross the street if you saw him coming up the sidewalk.
C." For example, when Marion feels her family no longer needs her, she learned the ways of the world from Fonzie, and Fonzie learned about the closeness of a tight-knit all-American family from the Cunninghams.
Though at first looked down on and mistrusted (a result of his past and being a high school dropout), he eventually became accepted by the Cunninghams (his friend Richie's family), especially when he rented an attic room over their garage. C." to Fonzie and the most resistant to him living with them), a pillar of the community, came to regard Fonzie with affection.
Because Richie doesn't compromise his principles as easily and sticks to what he believes is right, Fonzie doesn't subject Richie to this kind of treatment, and over time, grows fond of him.
At the beginning of the series, Fonzie is a high school dropout, prompting establishment characters in the show to see him as a rebel and bad influence.
In 1999 TV Guide ranked him number 4 on its 50 Greatest TV Characters of All Time list.
Arthur Fonzarelli was born to an Italian-American family. When the senior Fonzarelli disappeared, he left a locked box for his son, but not a key; the young Arthur did everything to open the box before finally repeatedly running over it with his tricycle, only to reveal that it just contained the key to the box.
The only advice Fonzie remembered his father giving was "Don't go out in the rain in your socks." In the Season 6 episode "Christmas Time", a sailor delivers a Christmas present ostensibly from his father (played by Eddie Fontaine), who wishes to make amends.
Fonzie is resentful, but at the end of the episode he opens his father's letter explaining why he left and reads it.
(Venice is lovely but the water can be full of city litter, which really cuts down on the "romantic" atmosphere) Sofia Richie paired the photo with this caption: "Run away with it." Whoa there.
Maybe she's just talking about their "runaway romance" or whatever she thinks that this is. There's more wisdom on social media than you might think.
She is rarely referred to after that but she is featured in at least one later episode.