Fonzie Loves Pinky: Part 3 is the third episode of the fourth season of Happy Days; it was also the 66th overall episode in the series. Written by Arthur Silver, the episode, which was directed by Jerry Paris, premiered on ABC-TV on September 21, 1976.
Part 3 and conclusion of a 3-episode story. With Pinky injured and out of the demolition derby (thanks to the "Mallachi Crunch"), Fonzie is left to fend for himself; but he has more than just beating the Mallachis on his mind—he wants to marry Pinky.
Note: The character of Pinky Tuscadero was to be written into the series as Fonzie's new long-term girlfriend; but due to disagreements between Roz Kelly and the producers, this three-part episode marked the character's only appearance in the series.
Fonzie & Pinky have both decided to get married but a series of events may prevent them from becoming Mr. & Mrs. Fonzerelli.
Guest starring/Recurring castEdit
- Roz Kelly as Pinky Tuscadero
- Michael Pataki as Count Mallachi
- Al Molinaro as Al Delvecchio
- Ken Lerner as Rocco Mellachi, Count's brother
- Doris Hess as Tina
- Kelly Sanders as Lola
- Hillary Horan as Brunette in Orange Skirt (uncredited)
- Jerry Paris as Photographer (uncredited)
- Ceil Cabot as Nun (uncredited)
- Heather Warren as Girl in Gold Top (uncredited)