Laverne & Shirley: The Second Season [4 Discs] [DVD]

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Synopsis

Ending its first season as America's second most popular TV series (its "inspiration," Happy Days, was the first), Laverne & Shirley held fast to the second-place slot throughout season two. Still set in the late '50s, the series continues to star Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams as Milwaukee brewery workers and best friends/roommates Laverne De Fazio and Shirley Feeney, with Phil Foster as Laverne's pizzeria-owner dad, Frank, Eddie Mekka as Laverne's off-and-on boyfriend Carmine, and Michael McKean and David L. Lander as the girls' zany co-workers Lenny and Squiggy. New to the series this season are Betty Garrett as Laverne and Shirley's warmhearted landlady, Edna Babish, and in a recurring role, Carole Ita White as the girls' overbearing high-school chum Rosie Greenbaum. Highlights this season include the episodes "Bachelor Mothers" and "Excusie Me, May I Cut In?," both crossovers with Happy Days featuring Henry Winkler as Fonzie in the first episode, Ron Howard and Anson Williams as Richie and Potsie in the second; "Brother Can You Spare a Father," in which Shirley has an uncomfortable reunion with her ne'er-do-well dad (played by Scott Brady); and "Christmas Eve at the Booby Hatch," the first of the series' several "let's put on a show" outings, showing off the musical talents of the regulars. ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Penny Marshall - Laverne DeFazio
  • Cindy Williams - Shirley Feeney
  • Michael McKean - Leonard `Lenny Kosnowski
  • David L. Lander - Andrew `Squiggy' Squiggman
  • Phil Foster - Frank DeFazio

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