Richie Cunningham and his pals experience all of the problems of high school in the 1950's, with the help of their super-cool friend Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli.
Zoey Passmore is one of the Chatham Island teenagers that grew up on this secluded island off the coast of Maine. She's the girlfriend of Jake and the sister of Benjamin, "the blind boy". She's the best friend to Nina, who happens to be the sister to Claire, who dates Benjamin. Claire used to date Lucas (Jake's enemy), but dumped him after an accident involving him, Claire, and Wade (Jake's brother who died in the accident). Confused yet? They think they know everything about one another...but they're only just beginning to find out the truth.
Recently divorced Ann Romano and her two teen-age daughters, Julie (17) and Barbara (15) move from their small cozy town of Logansport to the bustling city of Indianapolis to start a new life. Ann becomes a secretary at Conners and Davenport to make ends meat and Superintendent, Dwayne Schneider, befriends them instantly and becomes surrogate father to the girls.
Gaia has no fear, literaly. She was born without the fear gene. This doesn't, however, stop her from having all of the normal teenage problems. She's in love with the boyfriend of the girl she hates more than anyone else in the world. Her best friend is in love with her, but she doesn't know it. She lives in foster care because her mom died and her dad left her. Her foster-mother hates her. People keep trying to kill her. OK, maybe she has more than the normal teenage problems...
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