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Nov 21, 2021

[Answer] What follows “Schlemiel! Schlimazel!” in the “Laverne & Shirley” opening?

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...Show creator Garry Marshall directed his sister Penny Marshall (Laverne) and Cindy Williams (Shirley) over the course of 120 setup shots to make the opening of “Laverne & Shirley.” As they started losing light, he asked his sister to reenact a childhood song she used to do with her friends on the way to school. The chant is essentially nonsense; according to Merriam-Webster, a “schlemiel” is an unlucky bungler, a “schlimazel” is a consistently unlucky person, and “hasenpfeffer” is a kind of rabbit stew. Combined, they're television magic.

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