Instead, he has Fonzie stand in as the groom and "marries" Lori Beth over the phone. left the bar and headed to the altar with the episode "An Old-Fashioned Wedding" in season 10, but there's nothing old-fashioned about it.Nothing goes right when the gang prepares for the reception, and the Gaines family keeps a close eye on Woody to make sure he behaves himself.Uploaded by: "The_Emperor_Of_Television" This series was short-lived.Whether it was cancelled for poor ratings or some other reason, I don't know.If Joannie and Chachi's wedding was the perfect ceremony for TV, Richie and Lori Beth's was the definition of getting hitched.In fact, Richie doesn't even attend his own ceremony because he's stationed overseas.
Let's take a walk down the aisle and revisit these 11 stressful-yet-romantic TV weddings.I remember him playing a very old geezer on many 60's TV shows including "Leave it to Beaver" and "Dragnet." By the time he had a minor role on "All in the Family" he looked like he was about 85. Even though he was in radio and theater off and on for 30 years before, he didn't start his movie and TV career until 1951, when he was 67!I swear I saw him the other day on a very recently made commercial (for what I can no longer remember). His last professional production was an episode of "Phyllis", where his character marries Mother Dexter (Judith Lowry).When Donald passes out drunk at his bachelor party, Hawkeye and B. put him in a full body cast and convince him that he broke his leg.This wedding serves as a cautionary tale to not get too wild the night before any big wedding.