I like watching old "Brit-coms" on my local PBS station and you can notice a big difference from when they filmed inside vs outside. The inside shots were videotaped and outside shots for the most part were filmed. I heard it was because their videotaping equipment was too big and bulky to take outside and it was much easier just to use film outside.
What does this has to do with Happy Days?
Why are we dicussing Brit-coms for?
There way of living and their culture is way all together different than ours,
and there language is very hard to understand!
If there were was a brittish verson of Happy Days, it would be a very weird show!
just try to imagine that the brittish people over in England if they try to all dress up like Fonzie and say Haaayyy!
or even better yet, saying the expression: "Go Sit On It"