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Henry Winkler, The Telescope

Henry Franklin Winkler is an American actor, most known for his role as Fonzie on Happy Days. He gives a eulogy at Herb Kazzaz's funeral in Still Broken, in Season 2.

Physical Appearance[]

Henry Winkler is a middle-aged human man with grey hair that is slowly receding at the hairline with bangs swooped over to the right, bushy grey eyebrows, wrinkles on his face, and bags under his eyes.

According to the model sheets, he is 5 1/2 ft tall.

At Herb's funeral, he is seen wearing a black suit with a business jacket, dress pants, a white collared button-down dress shirt, and dress shoes.


Much like his real-life counterpart, Henry Winkler is a funny, nice, friendly, and mostly upbeat kind of guy who has difficulty dealing with dyslexia.

He is a much-respected television actor, mostly known for his roles as The Fonz on Happy Days and on Law & Order.


Season 2[]

In Still Broken, Henry Winkler was shown to be a friend of Herb Kazzaz. At Herb's funeral, Henry dedicates a bench in his honor. Henry gives the attendants a recap of Herb's last moments before reading his final tweets.

There is a running gag in the episode in which the people at Herb's funeral knew Henry solely for his role on Law And Order SVU and not for any other role.

When Princess Carolyn pretends that she and Herb were good friends, Henry presents her with Herb's ashes.

Princess Carolyn didn't actually know Herb and just attended his funeral to network with his famous friends. However, Mr. Peanutbutter caught her in her lie and forced her to make up stories about their friendship, thus Henry gave Herb's ashes to her.

Henry and Herb used to volunteer together at Habitat for Humanity.

Henry steals the manuscript for Herb's book to prevent its publication because it is terrible.



  • He has dyslexia

    Henry Winkler Model Sheet

  • There is a running gag throughout the episode where various characters, including Henry Winkler himself, recall Henry's past acting credits whilst omitting Happy Days, a sitcom which Winkler is mostly associated with.