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Three's Company

59 Ratings: 2.8
American sitcom that ran from 1977 to 1984 on ABC

American adaption of the BBC TV comedy "Man About the House".      Three's A Crowd and The Ropers were spin-off series.

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My favorite episode is when they have a misunderstanding between Jack and.....

  • Jan 11, 2010
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Three's Company, wow talk about an overrated show.  My other favorite episode occurs during the later seasons when Jack is going to lose his restaurant to Angelino.  It's a silly show that got hugely popular because of the Chrissy Snow and the other replacement blondes along with the bitter Ropers (who were always putting each other down).  Jack Tripper living up to his last name by flopping around acting clumsy.  I watched this show recently and I couldn't believe how silly it was.  The back stage antics were more interesting than the show.  As the show continued the plots rotated between three basic one (kind of like I Love Lucy),  The show would later end and come back as Three's A Crowd aka Three's Company Too.  A real early 80's relic with all the bad perms, makeup and clothing from that era.  Taking a trip down memory lane was a bit disappointing, but the Ropers and Mr. Furley with the bad perm and fish lip freak outs was funny.
My favorite episode is when they have a misunderstanding between Jack and.....

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Three's Company
Premiere Date: March 15, 1977
Description: The re-make of a British sitcom, this show was about 3 roommates (2 women, 1 man) living together and learning about life.
Genre: Situation Comedy
Studio: DLT Entertainment Ltd, Three's Company Productions
Original Air Date: 1977-1984
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