| Krusty Days
| TV Show Information
Krusty Days is a situation comedy set in the 1950s that was produced by Krustylu Studios in its early days.
In the scene that was shown, Krusty's character is dressed in a leather jacket, jeans and a T-shirt (like Fonzie) and is appearing in a hearing before Congress. A person offscreen asks, "And are you willing to turn in your friends as Communist conspirators?" Krusty replies, "Absolut-a-mundo! I'll name names! Most of them are so Commie it's turned their hair red!"
Behind the Laughter
- The title graphic and Krusty's attire make it clear that the show is a parody of Happy Days.
- The setting (a Congressional hearing) and dialogue about Communists refer to the House Un-American Activities Committee, which infamously conducted a large number of investigations on citizens and organizations suspected of having ties to Communism.