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  • -Henry, I love you.

  • -It's so much fun to watch you, Jimmy.

  • You never have to go back to the studio.

  • -You don't think so? -I don't.

  • You are so in your element.

  • And when you walk and talk with Nancy,

  • it is the best interview on any channel at any time.

  • And your patience as a dad,

  • just they are, they're young,

  • they're there, they're part of the show.

  • And they crawl all over you.

  • They play the wrong music.

  • They make fart sounds.

  • Nothing phases you.

  • "Yeah, okay, now could you just play some music?

  • Yeah, next picture. Thanks."

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -I'm telling you, Jimmy, it's a wonder to watch.

  • -I love that you guys are actually watching.

  • I love it. -I promise you.

  • -Hey, I love this beard, by the way.

  • -Thank you.

  • Yeah, you know, I used to grow it all the time.

  • May 5th is our anniversary.

  • Stacey loves the beard.

  • And I grew it until we started shooting "Happy Days."

  • So the entire hiatus when we weren't shooting,

  • I would grow the beard.

  • And now we're in the house.

  • We were at the table reading "Barry."

  • We were getting to know what's going to happen

  • in the third season.

  • We went home and never came back.

  • -Has Bill Hader seen the beard? -I don't know.

  • I don't know.

  • I'm hoping when he does, he'll let me keep it.

  • -Hey, you mentioned "Happy Days" quickly earlier.

  • And I know -- you know I love talking about that.

  • But I heard a story that you like to keep something

  • from every set that you work on.

  • Is that true? -I'm a hoarder.

  • -[ Laughs ] -But I do.

  • -Wow. -I have my life --

  • I thought it would be fun.

  • I have my life in jackets.

  • So before I left New York City, on September 18th,

  • 2:45 in the afternoon on American Airlines,

  • I did and finished "The Lords of Flatbush."

  • -Oh, yes! Oh, my gosh.

  • That's an ori-- dude, I love "Lords of the Flatbush."

  • -So, this is my jacket from the movie, Butchey.

  • And I don't know if they gave it to me or I stole it.

  • But I think after all these years,

  • it doesn't much matter anymore.

  • So I did that.

  • "Lords of Flatbush," flew to California.

  • Two weeks later, I tried out for this brand-new show.

  • -Oh, my gosh!

  • Is that the Fonz's jacket? -That's the Fonz's jacket.

  • Well, they made five.

  • And they put them under lock and key.

  • And I got one of them. -Oh, my gosh.

  • -So then I was making enough money, I went

  • to a high-end boutique in Beverly Hills.

  • -Aha. -It was called Jerry Madden's,

  • very Italian and very English.

  • And I bought -- I had enough money

  • to buy my own sport coat and not go to Goodwill.

  • -Yeah, this is a big deal.

  • -And I bought a sport coat in 1975.

  • And while I was buying this, I saw another one,

  • which was blue velvet with red piping.

  • And there was a beautiful girl with red hair

  • and purple parachute pants.

  • I said, "Excuse me. Which one should I get?"

  • I should have known there was a problem. She said, "Both."

  • I'm too practical to buy two when I need one.

  • But I did. I bought both.

  • I went back the next week

  • when it was altered, and she was there.

  • -Ooh.

  • -And as "Happy Days" was winding down,

  • Ron Howard was becoming a director.

  • And this was the jacket that I wore in "Night Shift."

  • -No way! -Yeah, I keep everything.

  • It's shocking.

  • -Did you ever see that girl again?

  • -Yeah. We've been married for 42 years.

  • -Get out of the room! That's Stacey?

  • -That's right. Yes. Stacey. -[ Laughs ]

  • -It was Stacey. -No!

  • -She was a publicist for that week.

  • And she was there the next week.

  • I thought, of course, 'cause she knew I was coming.

  • She said, "I was having a meeting."

  • And I asked her for a soda

  • and then we're together and here we are.

  • -That is amazing.

  • Oh, I just want to talk about this organization

  • that you started with your daughter.

  • -No, my daughter started it. -Oh.

  • -My daughter was -- you know, is a mother of three boys.

  • Oh, I have to say hello to India,

  • Loulou, Ace, Jules, and August.

  • Thank you. I know.

  • -How cool is that? How cool is this granddad?

  • -Zoey is home with Jules and August and Ace

  • and is watching television

  • and is watching the tragedy of the children along the border.

  • And she thought, "Oh, my God, those could be my sons.

  • Those could be my children."

  • And started out of -- out of thin air

  • with two friends,

  • started this organization This Is About Humanity.

  • And there's no overhead.

  • There's no office.

  • There's no secretary.

  • Not a paper clip.

  • They get on buses and they go down to the border

  • and they take care of the children.

  • They see what they need.

  • They have the money that they raise.

  • They get gift cards, and then they buy them clothing.

  • -Wow. -Towels, toothbrushes.

  • They built bathrooms.

  • They've redone the tents that they lived in,

  • because they were leaking.

  • It is just extraordinary.

  • -This Is About Humanity. Isn't that beautiful?

  • That is amazing. -Yeah.

  • -You know, I got to hear you, because, obviously,

  • I'm not a stalker, but I'm just such a fan.

  • But you did a thing with iHeart for their commencement speeches.

  • -Yes. -And it was great!

  • -Thank you. -And you had a thing

  • on there about negativity.

  • -Yes. -And when you have

  • negative thoughts.

  • -If a negative thought comes into your mind,

  • it will shut you down.

  • It will stomp you.

  • Just cold.

  • -Sure.

  • -You say, "I'm sorry, I've got no time for you now."

  • You know?

  • I've said this before, people will look at you very strangely.

  • But you move the negative thought,

  • and you don't let it finish.

  • You don't put a period on the end of it.

  • You replace it with a positive.

  • Now, for me, a positive is a moist Bundt cake

  • with chocolate pudding and no icing.

  • And I just visualize the Bundt cake.

  • I then walk forward, and I'm here with you today.

  • -Wow. -See?

  • Put a period on the end of a negative.

  • -A negative. I never will.

  • I love you, and, please, the biggest hug to Stacey,

  • that beautiful girl from the haberdashery.

  • I love it. That was the best punchline.

  • That's the cherry on top.

  • And I hope to see you in person very, very soon, my friend.

  • -Me too, thank you. -I love you, bud.

-Henry, I love you.

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ヘンリー・ウィンクラーがハッピーデイズのフォンジージャケットを披露 (Henry Winkler Shows Off His Official Happy Days Fonzie Jacket)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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