By Kelly Scott on March 19, 2018
Do you know Fonzie's first name or the name of the diner where Richie and his friends hang out? Could you tell Potsie from Ralph without a second thought? Any idea what a Chachi is? If you know the answers to these questions, take our quiz to prove your "Happy Days" IQ!
Let's face it -- America faced some major social and cultural shifts in the '60s and '70s. Between the struggles of the civil rights movement, the changing attitudes towards women, and the horrors of the Vietnam War, the country was desperately seeking a sense of balance and normalcy by the time the early '70s rolled around.
In movies and television, this search for stability led to a rise in nostalgic '50s throwback productions. TV special "Love, American Style" and movie "American Graffiti" which were both set in the '50s and aired in the early '70s, were hugely popular. It was also right around this time that a musical named "Grease" made its stage debut.
With a country craving more classic Americana, the timing was just right for a '50s-inspired TV show when "Happy Days" premiered in 1974. The show was a huge hit, running for 11 seasons and making a mega-star out of Henry Winkler -- who played a greaser with a heart of gold named Fonzie. The series also produced several spin-offs, including "Laverne and Shirley," "Mork and Mindy" and "Joanie Loves Chachi."
Think you remember almost every one of the show's 255 episodes? Take our quiz to show your stuff!