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In my opinion, Don Most was one of the better talents on "Happy Days". Not only was he funny, but he could also sing and do dramatic acting. It's a shame he's not doing more performing today. In the earlier episodes of "Happy Days", one of the running gags was Ralph Malph's impression of Arthur Godfrey. I remember my Mom watching one of those episodes, and she said, "I wonder if he's Arthur Godfrey's son? He sure looks like him!" I don't think Don Most is related to Godfrey at all, but he did bear a striking resemblance to him in those days.188.8.131.52 (talk) 22:17, 29 March 2012 (UTC)