As previously reported, Moran was found dead in her home in Harrison County, Indiana, on Saturday.The cause of death has yet to be determined and an autopsy is pending, according to the Associated Press.Baio told TMZ later Monday that he feels terrible about ripping Moran in the interview on the AM radio talk show “The Bernie and Sid Show.” In the interview, Baio shared this reaction to news of her death, according to the Daily News: “I’m OK, a little shocked but not completely shocked that this happened,” he said.“My thing is, I feel bad because her whole life, she was troubled, could never find what made her happy and content.” He then said, “For me, you do drugs or drink, you’re gonna die.After a special "Happy Days" reunion episode which ran in 1992, he continued his acting career as the youthful associate of Dick Van Dyke on the successful CBS series "Diagnosis Murder." A decade later, he was making a number of appearances on the unique, Emmy-Award winning television series "Arrested Development." In 2005, TV Guide named Baio one of the greatest teen idols of all time.He was even inducted into "The Man Show Hall of Fame" due to his impressive dating history of leading Hollywood ladies.For more than 30 years, Scott Baio has been a beloved actor, successful producer, writer and director.From child actor to teen idol to adult superstar, Baio has stolen the hearts of women all around the globe. 22, 1960, Baio's parents decided to send him to auditions after his cousins Joey and Jimmy Baio broke into television commercials and minor sitcom acting.
well, let's just think about the nipple thing instead, 'k?
I remember watching some show on child stars at one point and Scott Baio was used as a good example: he never did drugs (at least not problematically if he did), sued his parents, went broke, etc., he or his managers took really good care of his money (I think Charles in Charge, though a dreadful show, really set him up because of co-ownership), and that's why his new reality series is a puzzlement. At one point he goes to an autograph show with Moran, whining and kvetching the entire way there about how much he hates those things and hates being identified as Chachi, but that again begs the question "then why are you doing a reality show and having Erin Moran as the first episode" (and btw, she needs to stay out of the sun- she's got some serious lines). Actually, I got the pilot free on i Tunes and I thought the show was pretty good.
Working on the advice of a sexy life-coach, he has to confront his many ex-girlfriends (starting with his first sex first ex Erin Moran) to find out why he's so terrified of commitment, and while doing this he must be celibate and have little contact with his current squeeze. Does being incredibly old automatically mean anything you did before the age of 30 was when you were a child? He's a million years old now and that's what matters.
That’s the only way to explain how he could have gone to bed Sunday night convinced enough that she had died of a heroin overdose to give a radio interview early the next morning and blame her death on drug and alcohol abuse — when it became known just a few hours later that she had died of complications related to stage 4 cancer.
While Baio claimed that TV and the internet “blasted headlines” of her dying of a heroin overdose, this rumor was not that widely reported Sunday, except in certain publications.