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The recent first-time Emmy winner turned back the clock before he sat down with host Jimmy Fallon.
Winkler also enjoyed a reunion with "Happy Days" co-star Ron Howard.
The audience, when the debate actually happens, will be huge. Tremendous, in fact. Some (we won't say who) are even predicting it could be a bigger television event worldwide than the 1969 moon landing.
On those off days, the 69-year-old actor says he still wanted to be productive. So, he asked the studio to start delivering
In celebration of Winkler's 69th birthday, we take a look back in the video above at some of his most memorable moments on
A music video collage of the best of Henry Winkler, a.k.a. "The Fonz"
If your employer can prove that you spend 63 percent of your time on social media, it doesn't make any difference how productive you are during the other 37 percent of the day. Judges, juries and arbitrators are going to look unfavorably on your cause.
We all know Richie and Joanie, but the Cunninghams had a third child, older brother Chuck, who mysteriously disappeared during
Henry Winkler talks to a fan about his character Fonzie.
It's common for television shows to create characters out of the inanimate. Like a town or a place of business, modes of transport can take on their own personality. In the case of Arrested Development, the Stair Car is as recognizable as Fonzie's motorcycle or Walter White's Aztek.
Not only is The Walking Dead the most-watched drama series on basic cable, American society has gone zombie-mad! Instead of a population of nerds like me watching late night zombie flicks on the Sci-Fi channel, now large swaths of the population are soaking up the living dead.
The two words that I live by are tenacity and gratitude. Tenacity gets you where you want to go. Because if you have a dream, if you know that you are supposed to -- or can -- accomplish something, there is more than one route to get there. And it's your tenacity that's going to help you find the proper avenue.
Little did the show's writers and producers know as we gathered in a conference room at Paramount Studios that spring day
-- The caliber of our leaders is astoundingly weak. Snarky Sarah ("palm points") Palin has not ruled out running for president