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Season 1 (1976)Edit

Main article: Season 1 (Laverne & Shirley)

Season 1 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date # in Series
1 "The Society Party" Garry Marshall Bob Brunner January 27, 1976 1
2 "The Bachelor Party" Jerry Paris Lowell Ganz & Mark Rothman February 3, 1976 2
3 "Bowling for Razzberries" Alan Myerson Marty Nadler February 10, 1976 3
4 "A Nun's Story" Alan Myerson Michael Warren & William Bickley February 24, 1976 4
5 "Falter at the Altar" Jay Sandrich Arthur Silver March 2, 1976 5
6 "Dog Day Blind Dates" James Burrows Dale McRaven March 9, 1976 6
7 "Once Upon a Rumor" Howard Storm Holly Mascott March 16, 1976 7
8 "One Flew Over Milwaukee" Michael Kidd Michael Warren & William Bickley March 23, 1976 8
9 "Dating Slump" Alan Myerson Arthur Silver March 30, 1976 9
10 "It's the Water" Dennis Klein Greg Strangis April 6, 1976 10
11 "Fakeout at the Stakeout" Alan Myerson Deborah Leschin & David W. Duclon April 13, 1976 11
12 "Hi, Neighbors" Alan Myerson Michael McKean, David L. Lander & Harry Shearer April 27, 1976 12
13 "How Do You Say 'Are You Dead' in German?" John Thomas Lenox Bob Brunner May 4, 1976 13
14 "From Suds to Stardom" James Burrows Buz Kohan May 11, 1976 14
15 "Mother Knows Worst" Alan Myerson Arthur Silver May 18, 1976 15

Season 2 (1976–77)Edit

Main article: Season 2 (Laverne & Shirley)

Season 2 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date # in Series
1 "Drive! She Said" Howard Storm Jack Winter September 28, 1976 16
2 "Angels of Mercy" Howard Storm Michael Warren & William Bickley October 5, 1976 17
3 "Bachelor Mothers" Howard Storm Barry Rubinowitz October 19, 1976 18
4 "Excuse Me, May I Cut In?" John Thomas Lenox Fred Fox, Jr. October 26, 1976 19
5 "Bridal Shower" Alan Myerson Paula A. Roth & Judy Skelton November 9, 1976 20
6 "Look Before You Leap" James Burrows Deborah Leschin & David W. Duclon November 16, 1976 21
7 "Dear Future Model" James Burrows Barbara Robles (story) & Judy Skelton November 23, 1976 22
8 "Good Time Girls" James Burrows Laura Levine November 30, 1976 23
9 "Two of Our Weirdos Are Missing" Howard Storm Bob Sand & Bo Kaprall December 7, 1976 24
10 "Christmas at the Booby Hatch"
(also titled: "Oh, Hear the Angel Voices")
Howard Storm David W. Duclon December 21, 1976 25
11 "Guilty Until Proven Not Innocent" James Burrows Bob Sand & Bo Kaprall January 4, 1977 26
12 "Anniversary Show"
(also titled: "The Laverne & Shirley Birthday Show")
John Thomas Lenox Paula A. Roth & Roger Garrett January 10, 1977 27
13 "Playing Hooky" John Thomas Lenox Barry Rubinowitz January 11, 1977 28
14 "Guinea Pigs" James Burrows Jack Winter January 18, 1977 29
15 "Call Me a Taxi" Alan Myerson Deborah Leschin & Paula A. Roth February 1, 1977 30
16 Steppin' Out" Dennis Klein Deborah Leschin February 8, 1977 31
17 "Buddy, Can You Spare a Father?" Ray DeVally, Jr.]] Monica Johnson & Eric Cohen February 15, 1977 32
18 "Honeymoon Hotel" Gary Shimokawa Monica Johnson & Eric Cohen February 22, 1977 33
19 "Hi, Neighbors: Book 2" Ray DeVally, Jr. Michael McKean & David L. Lander March 1, 1977 34
20 "Frank's Fling" Howard Morris William J. Keenan March 8, 1977 35
21 "Haunted House" Alan Myerson Andrew Johnson March 22, 1977 36
22 "Lonely at the Middle" James Burrows Jack Winter March 29, 1977 37
23 "Citizen Crane" Ray DeVally, Jr. Raymond Siller April 5, 1977 38

Season 3 (1977–78)Edit

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Season 3 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date No. in

series

1 "Airport '59" Alan Rafkin Chris Thompson September 20, 1977 39
2 "Tag Team Wrestling" Alan Rafkin Marc Sotkin September 27, 1977 40
3 "The Pact" Alan Rafkin Yvette Weinberger & Mike Weinberger October 4, 1977 41
4 "Robot Lawsuit" Alan Rafkin Judy Pioli October 25, 1977 42
5 "Laverne's Arranged Marriage" Alan Rafkin Emily Marshall November 1, 1977 43
6 "Cruise: Part 1" Alan Rafkin Chris Thompson November 8, 1977 44
7 "Cruise: Part 2" Alan Rafkin Babaloo Mandel & Barry Lange November 15, 1977 45
8 "Laverne and Shirley Meet Fabian" Alan Rafkin Paula A. Roth November 22, 1977 46
9 "The Stakeout" Alan Rafkin Barry Rubinowitz November 29, 1977 47
10 "Shirley's Operation" Alan Rafkin David W. Duclon December 6, 1977 48
11 "Take My Plants, Please" Alan Rafkin Marc Sotkin December 13, 1977 49
12 "New Years Eve 1959" Alan Rafkin Marc Sotkin December 27, 1977 50
13 "The Mortician" Alan Rafkin Laura Levine January 10, 1978 51
14 "The Horse Show" Alan Rafkin Judy Pioli January 17, 1978 52
15 "The Slow Child" Alan Rafkin Dan E. Weisburd January 24, 1978 53
16 "The Second Almost Annual Shotz Talent Show" Alan Rafkin Paula A. Roth January 31, 1978 54
17 "The Dentist" Alan Rafkin Babaloo Mandel February 7, 1978 55
18 "Bus Stop" Alan Rafkin Barry Rubinowitz February 14, 1978 56
19 "The Driving Test" Alan Rafkin Chris Thompson February 21, 1978 57
20 "The Obstacle Course" Alan Rafkin Arthur Silver February 28, 1978 58
21 "The Debutante Ball" Alan Rafkin Paula A. Roth & Judy Pioli May 9, 1978 59
22 "2001: A Comedy Odyssey" Ray DeVally, Jr. Chris Thompson & Marc Sotkin May 16, 1978 60
23 "The Dance Studio" Ray DeVally, Jr. Nicholas DeMarco May 23, 1978 61
24 "Breaking Up and Making Up" AAlan Rafkin Phil Foster & Marion Zola May 30, 1978 62

Season 4 (1978–79)Edit

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Season 4 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date No. in series
1 "The Festival: Part 1" Alan Myerson Paula A. Roth & Marc Sotkin September 5, 1978 63
2 "The Festival: Part 2" Alan Myerson Paula A. Roth & Marc Sotkin September 12, 1978 64
3 "Playing the Roxy" Joel Zwick Paul B. Price & Stephen Nathan September 19, 1978 65
4 "The Robbery" Howard Storm Marc Sotkin September 26, 1978 66
5 "The Quiz Show" Howard Storm Monica Johnson October 10, 1978 67
6 "Laverne and Shirley Go to Night School" Lowell Ganz Marc Sotkin October 17, 1978 68
7 "Date with Eraserhead" Ray DeVally, Jr. Judy Pioli October 24, 1978 69
8 "The Bully Show" Dennis Klein Chris Thompson October 31, 1978 70
9 "A Visit to the Cemetery" Dennis Klein Deborah Leschin & David W. Duclon November 14, 1978 71
10 "Chorus Line" Joel Zwick Marc Sotkin November 21, 1978 72
11 "Laverne and Shirley Move In" Joel Zwick Paula A. Roth November 28, 1978 73
12 "Dinner for Four" Ray DeVally, Jr. Al Aidekman December 5, 1978 74
13 "It's a Dog's Life" Joel Zwick Judy Pioli December 12, 1978 75
14 "O, Come All Ye Bums" Joel Zwick Paul B. Price & Stephen Nathan December 19, 1978 76
15 "Who's Papa?" Maurice Bar-David Teleplay by: Al Aidekman
Story by: Zoey Wilson & Al Aidekman
January 16, 1979 77
16 "The Third Annual Shotz Talent Show" Joel Zwick Paul B. Price & Stephen Nathan January 30, 1979 78
17 "Supermarket Sweep" Joel Zwick Ron Leavitt February 6, 1979 79
18 "Lenny's Crush" Carl Gottlieb Judy Pioli February 13, 1979 80
19 "Fire Show" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin February 20, 1979 81
20 "Squiggy in Love" Penny Marshall Barry Rubinowitz February 27, 1979 82
21 "The Feminine Mistake" Joel Zwick Chris Thompson March 6, 1979 83
22 "The Tenants Are Revolting" Joel Zwick Rob Harris March 13, 1979 84
23 "There's a Spy in My Beer" Joel Zwick Julie Mishkin May 8, 1979 85
24 "Shirley and the Older Man" Joel Zwick Barry Rubinowitz May 15, 1979 86


Season 5 (1979–80)Edit

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Season 5 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date No. in series
1 "Shotgun Wedding: Part 2"

[1]

Joel Zwick Judy Pioli September 13, 1979 87
2 "One Heckuva Note" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin September 20, 1979 88
3 "Fat City Holiday" Joel Zwick Roger Garrett September 27, 1979 89
4 "Upstairs, Downstairs" Joel Zwick Al Aidekman October 4, 1979 90
5 "What Do You Do with a Drunken Sailor?" Joel Zwick chris Thompson & Gary H. Miller October 18, 1979 91
6 "You've Pushed Me Too Far" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin October 25, 1979 92
7 "The Wedding" Joel Zwick Paula A. Roth November 1, 1979 93
8 "Bad Girls" Joel Zwick Barry Rubinowitz November 8, 1979 94
9/10 "We're in the Army, Now: Part 1"
"We're in the Army, Now: Part 2"
Joel Zwick Judy Pioli & Jeff Franklin November 15, 1979 95/96
11 "Take Two, They're Small" Ray DeVally, Jr. Paula A. Roth & Judy Pioli November 22, 1979 97
12 "The Fourth Annual Shotz Talent Show" Joel Zwick Chris Thompson December 6, 1979 98
13 "Testing, Testing" Joel Zwick Teleplay by: Chris Thompson
Story by: Kenny Rich
December 13, 1979 99
14 "Not Quite South of the Border" Joel Zwick Deborah Leschin & Susan Seeger January 7, 1980 100
15 "You Oughta Be in Pictures" Joel Zwick Jeff Franklin January 14, 1980 101
16 "The Beatnik Show" Joel Zwick Barry Rubinowitz & Al Aidekman January 21, 1980 102
17 "The Right to Light" Joel Zwick Kenny Rich January 28, 1980 103
18 "Why Did the Fireman...?" Joel Zwick Roger Garrett February 4, 1980 104
19 "The Collector" Joel Zwick Teleplay by: Jeff Young & Frank Alesia
Story by: Linda Segall & John Byers
February 11, 1980 105
20 "Murder on the Moosejaw Express: Part 1" Joel Zwick Richard Rosenstock & Jack Lukes February 26, 1980 106
21 "Murder on the Moosejaw Express: Part 2" Joel Zwick Charlotte M. Dobbs & Jeff Franklin March 4, 1980 107
22 "Survival Test" Joel Zwick Roger Garrett & Al Aidekman
Story by: Richard Gurman
March 11, 1980 108
23 "The Duke of Squiggman" Penny Marshall Jeff Franklin March 25, 1980 109
24 "Antonio, the Amazing" Maurice Bar-David Cindy Begel & Lesa Kite April 1, 1980 110
25 "The Diner" Linda McMurray Bob Perlow May 6, 1980 111
26 "Separate Tables" Frank Alesia Deborah Raznick & Ria Nepus May 13, 1980 112

Season 6 (1980–81)Edit

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Season 6 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date No. in series
1 "Not Quite New York" John Tracy Jeff Franklin November 18, 1980 113
2 "Welcome to Burbank" John Tracy Jeff Franklin November 25, 1980 114
3 "[[Studio City" John Tracy Richard Rosenstock December 2, 1980 115
4 "Grand Opening" John Tracy Ruth Bennett December 9, 1980 116
5 "Candy Is Dandy" John Tracy Joanne Pagliaro December 16, 1980 117
6 "The Dating Game" Penny Marshall Al Aidekman December 30, 1980 118
7 "The Other Woman" Arthur Silver Joanne Pagliaro January 6, 1981 119
8 "The Road to Burbank" Frank Alesia Jeff Franklin January 13, 1981 120
9 "Born Too Late" Alan Myerson Roger Garrett January 27, 1981
10 "Love Out the Window" Linda McMurray Ruth Bennett February 3, 1981 122
11 "Malibu Mansion" Frank Alesia Anthony DiMarco & David Ketchum February 10, 1981 123
12 "To Tell the Truth" Jack Winter Al Aidekman February 17, 1981 124
13 "I Do, I Do" Phil Perez Cindy Begel & Lesa Kite February 24, 1981 125
14 "But Seriously, Folks..." Penny Marshall Jeff Franklin March 3, 1981 126
15 "The Bardwell Caper: Part 1" Tom Trbovich Anthony DiMarco & David Ketchum March 10, 1981 127
16 "The Bardwell Caper: Part 2" Tom Trbovich nthony DiMarco & David Ketchum March 17, 1981 128
17 "High Priced Dates" Jack Winter Charlotte M. Dobbs April 7, 1981 129
18 "Fifth Anniversary" Tom Trbovich Winifred Hervey & Cheryl Alu April 14, 1981 130
19 "Out, Out Damned Plout" Marlene Laird Paula A. Roth May 5, 1981 131
20 "Laverne's Broken Leg" Ray DeVally, Jr. Anthony DiMarco & David Ketchum May 12, 1981 132
21 "Sing, Sing, Sing" Cindy Williams Deborah Raznick & Ria Nepus May 19, 1981 133
22 "Child's Play" Gary Menteer Jeff Franklin & Dana Olsen May 26, 1981 134

Season 7 (1981–82)Edit

Main article: Season 7 (Laverne & Shirley)

Season 7 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date No. in series Prod. code
1 "The Most Important Day Ever" Tom Trbovich Gene Braunstein & Robert Perlow October 13, 1981 135 135
2 "It Only Hurts When I Breathe" Tom Trbovich Al Aidekman October 27, 1981 136 137
3 "I Wonder What Became of Sal?" Tom Trbovich Mark Rothman November 3, 1981 137 147
4 "Young at Heart"
(also titled:"Teenage Lust")
Tom Trbovich Dana Olsen November 10, 1981 138 141
5 "The Defiant One" Tom Trbovich Judy Pioli November 17, 1981 139 138
6 "Night at the Awards" Tom Trbovich Roger Garrett November 24, 1981 140 135
7 "Some Enchanted Earring" Tom Trbovich David Lerner & Bruce Ferber December 1, 1981 141 139
8 "Moving In" Tom Trbovich Terry Hart DDecember 8, 1981 142 142
9 "Friendly Persuasion" Tom Trbovich Wally Dalton December 15, 1981 143 140
10 "I Do, I Don't" Tom Trbovich Cindy Begel & Lesa Kite January 5, 1982 144 144
11 "Love Is the Tar Pits" Tom Trbovich Roger Garrett January 12, 1982 145 143
12 "Watch the Fur Fly" Jack Winter Bob Howard January 19, 1982 146 149
13 "Rocky Ragu" Tom Trbovich Albert Goodman January 26, 1982 147 146
14 "Star Peepers" Jack Winter Larry Levinson & Barry O'Brien February 2, 1982 148 150
15 "An Affair to Forget" Jack Winter Steve Granat & Mel Sherer February 9, 1982 149 148
16 "Whatever Happened to the Class of '56?" Phil Perez Paula A. Roth February 16, 1982 150 145
17 "Ski Show" Tom Trbovich Judy Pioli & Marc Sotkin February 23, 1982 151 153
18 "Helmut Weekend" Tom Trbovich Roger Garrett March 2, 1982 152 151
19 "That's Entertainment" Gary Menteer Etan McElroy & Larry Strawther March 9, 1982 153 156
20 "Lightning Man" Tom Trbovich Jack Lukes & Shelly Goldstein March 16, 1982 154 154
21 "Crime Isn't Pretty" Tom Trbovich Al Aidekman & Nick LeRose May 4, 1982 155 155
22 "Perfidy in Blue" Tom Trbovich Laurie Gelman May 11, 1982 156 152

Season 8 (1982–83)Edit

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Season 8 episodes
Episode Title Directed by Written by Original air date No. in series Prod. code
1 "The Mummy's Bride" Tom Trbovich Roger Garrett September 28, 1982 157 157
2 "Window on Main Street" Tom Trbovich Al Aidekman October 12, 1982 158 158
3 "The Note" Gabrielle Alice James Judy Pioli October 19, 1982 159 169
4 "Lost in Spacesuits" Tom Trbovich Barry Rubinowitz October 26, 1982 160 166
5 "The Playboy Show" Michael McKean Ed Solomon & Joan Marks
Teleplay by : Ed Solomon
November 9, 1982 161 160
6 "Death Row: Part 1" Tom Trbovich Gene Braunstein & Robert Perlow November 16, 1982 162 167
7 "Death Row: Part 2" Tom Trbovich Nick LeRose November 23, 1982 163 168
8 "Jinxed" Tom Trbovich Tony DiMarco & Dave Ketchum November 30, 1982 164 171
9 "Of Mice and Men" Paul Sills Story by : Susan Jane Lindner & Jack Lukes
Teleplay by : Jill Gordon & Ed Solomon
December 7, 1982 165 170
10 "The Gymnast Show" Tom Trbovich Monica Johnson December 14, 1982 166 173
11 "The Monastery Show" Garry Marshall Story by : Ken Sagoes & Nick LaRose
Teleplay by : Jill Gordon & Ed Solomon
January 4, 1983 167 175
12 "Defective Ballet" Tom Trbovich Nick LeRose January 11, 1983 168 165
13 "The Baby Show" Phil Perez Judy Pioli January 18, 1983 169 159
14 "Rock & Roll Show" Chris Thompson Jill Gordon January 25, 1983 170 172
15 "The Fashion Show" Tom Trbovich Roger Garrett, Al Aidekman and Marc Sotkin February 1, 1983 171 163
16 "Short on Time" Tom Trbovich Jack Lukes February 8, 1983 172 161
17 "Ghost Story" Tom Trbovich Kenny Wolin & Barry Bleach February 15, 1983 173 176
18 "Please Don't Feed the Buzzards" Tom Trbovich Story by : Andy Goldberg & Cheryl Alu
Teleplay by : Andy Goldberg
February 22, 1983 174 162
19 "How's Your Sister?" Tom Trbovich Roger Garrett March 1, 1983 175 174
20 "Do the Carmine" Tom Trbovich Jay Grossman March 15, 1983 176 164
21 "Councilman DeFazio" Tom Trbovich Dottie Archibald & Phil Foster May 3, 1983 177 177
22 "Here Today, Hair Tomorrow" Tom Trbovich Story by : Susan Jane Lindner & Ken Sagoes
Teleplay by : Susan Jane Lindner
May 10, 1983 178 178

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Note: Part 1 is episode of Happy Days

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