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CONTEST - What was the two-word phrase that Fonzie had difficulty saying....

What was the name of the show and the two-word phrase that Fonzie had difficulty saying during his tenure on the Happy Days sitcom?

 

 
asked May 7 in Name That TV Show by Acpiwetz (388 points)

1 Answer

 
Best answer
Is it "my fault?"
answered May 7 by master41 (418 points)
selected May 8 by Acpiwetz
No, but it has a similar tone. Actually, the answer has three words, not two words  good luck!  Sorry for my oversight.
In that case, I believe it's, "I was wrong."
Yes, that’s right, it took him several attempts to speak that phrase. Congrats.
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