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Friends and Lovers (2)
Janet's wedding has had mishaps, and Vicki wants to move in with Jack! Jack, Janet and Terri move out, Terri going to hawaii, and Janet moving in with Phillip!

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Friends and Lovers (1)
Janet's wedding almost gets called up, but the trio decide to have it at the apartment instead. Meanwhile, Mr.

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Cupid Works Overtime
Jack meets Vicky, an airline stewardess, and finds himself in love with her, but the only monkey wrench is her father, James Bradford, really does not make it easy for them. Meanwhile, Janet and Philip gets engaged!

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The Heiress (a.k.a. The Inheritance)
When a rich man died, he leaves something for Janet in his will!

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Forget Me Not
Janet gets a new car, but when a girl comes who needs a ride Jack barrows Janet's, which he wrecks! Now, to keep from being killed he must pretend he has amnesia!

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Jack Takes Off
When a Art teacher moves in next door, Jack some how finds himself going to an Art Class, but when the model doesn't show, Jack poses and the teacher makes a painting that gets hung in the "Regal Beagle"!

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Jack's Tattoo
Jack's naval buddies come to town and party at night, and in the morning Jack finds out he got a tattoo, called "The Love Butt". But, when Jack wants to go in for surgery Janet thinks it's bad and tries to stop him.

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Look What I Found
When Jack, Janet, and Terri find a stray kitten, they must hide it from Furley so they do not get kicked out. But, when a girl comes looking for it the Trio must get the kitty to her!

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Baby, It's Cold Inside
Jack and Mr. Furley go out for a side a beef, due to a meat cutters strike at midnight, little did they know that they would find themselves held up and then locked in a freezer!

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Itching for Trouble
An old hottie that Jack liked in high school comes to see him, and finds out she is married, and ends up in the bushes with her? Furley finds them there and thinks they are bird watching, but if her husband finds out about it, Jack and Furley will be six feet under!

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Janet Shapes Up
Janet gets a new job as an Aerobics teacher! But, when her boss blackmails Jack into getting a date with her, he cannot get out of it without getting Janet fired!

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The Charming Stranger
When a British man comes moves into the building, Janet and Terri swoon in over him. Meanwhile, Jack gets jealous and ends up thinking that he is a theif from the UK!

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Now You See It, Now You Don't
Jack goes to a charity ball, which is a casino theme! When Jack loses a lot of money, he thinks it's for real!

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The Odd Couples
When Terri is up for a promotion, she thinks that the Doctor whom is making the decision is hitting on her, and comes up with a lie that Jack is her husband who is injured, then it snowballs from there.

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Like Father, Like Son
Jacks father comes to visit, and Jack ends up feeling like a kid again.

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Grandma Jack
Larry enters one of Jack's cookie recipes in a contest and Jack must now pose as Grandma Tripper to get the money.

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Hearing Is Believing
Jack is dating a therapist, Dorreen, but when Janet overhears a phone call with her and thinks she's a prostitute.

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Alias Jack Tripper
Janet's childhood friend, Agnes Platt, comes to visit and Larry and Jack play the old switcher-roo so that Jack can go out on a date with Sharon.

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Out on a Limb
When Mr. Townsend, a local food critic, visits Jack's Bistro, Jack thinks he is going to get a bad review, so when Jack writes a bad letter and it accidently gets sent to Townsend, he finds himself out on a limb!

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The Money Machine
A broken ATM machine gives Jack $1,000. Though, when he hides the money in the couch to keep it safe Furley gets the gang a new couch and the money disappears!

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She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not
Larry finds a magazine test called "Rate Your Roommate", and thinks that Janet or Terri has a thing for Jack, so the four go to Larry's boss' cabin to find out which one so that Jack can talk her out of it!

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Jack, Be Quick
When Jack's girlfriend wants him to be the father to his baby, Jack wishes not to do it unless he's married!

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Three's Company is a beloved American sitcom that aired on ABC from 1976 to 1984. This ground-breaking series used situational comedy to craft a show that quickly became a cultural touchstone. Set in the backdrop of Santa Monica, California, the show revolves around a duo of female roommates, Janet Wood (Joyce DeWitt) and Chrissy Snow (Suzanne Somers), who find themselves in need of a third roommate to share the rent for their beach-front apartment. They end up with Jack Tripper (John Ritter), a clumsy culinary student who turns their lives upside down with his antics. The premise of Three's Company lies in the central character, Jack Tripper's, unique living situation. Despite the societal conventions of the ‘70s, Jack moves in with two women as a platonic roommate. However, to appease their strict and conservative landlord, Mr. Roper (Norman Fell), who lives downstairs with his wife Helen (Audra Lindley), a ruse is concocted. Jack pretends to be gay as Mr. Roper would not approve of a straight man sharing an apartment with two women. This provides the basis for much of the show's humour and comical misunderstandings that add a distinctive charm and hilarity to the series. John Ritter's portrayal of Jack Tripper is widely acclaimed for his expert comedic timing, physical slapstick, and heart-warming charm, which won him an Emmy and a Golden Globe during the show's run. Joyce DeWitt as level-headed Janet and Suzanne Somers as the ditzy Chrissy form the perfect foil, creating a memorable chemistry. As the series progresses, the faces in the beach-front apartment change with Suzanne Somers exiting the series and new characters entering the fray. The lovely Cindy Snow (Jenilee Harrison)- Chrissy’s clumsy cousin, and later the vibrant nurse Terri Alden (Priscilla Barnes) fill in her shoes. Interaction with their quirky neighbours forms an essential part of their life, especially with the amorous used-car salesman, Larry Dallas (Richard Kline), and the swinging bachelor who lives upstairs. Norman Fell and Audra Lindley create much comic relief as the Ropers, the property owners. Later in the series, the Ropers are replaced by a new landlord, Ralph Furley, played by the legendary Don Knotts, an over-the-top confirmed bachelor who fancies himself a ladies man. The show also saw the memorable addition of Lana Shields (Ann Wedgeworth), an older woman with an insatiable love for men, especially Jack. Despite featuring an ever-evolving cast, Three's Company deftly uses its character changes to keep the story engaging over its eight seasons. Three's Company is more than your average sitcom. While it has been lauded for its comedic brilliance and for pushing boundaries with its socio-cultural commentary, it also holds a mirror to the society of its time. The show manages to casually address prevailing prejudices and stereotypes, along with scenarios rarely depicted on prime-time television, such as characters living with roommates from the opposite sex, while framing it all within the guise of comedy. Underlying the humor, the show encapsulates moments of friendship, camaraderie, and the essence of navigating through life's ups and downs together. The complications and misunderstandings may drive the plot, but it’s the bond among the trio, filled with warmth and sincerity, that makes the audience root for them. In conclusion, Three's Company was a bold, fun, and innovative sitcom that challenged conventional norms of its era. It combines a stellar cast and sharp, witty writing to create a show that’s genuinely funny and effortlessly engaging. The unforgettable characters, situational comedy, and the heart-warming bond between roommates continue to resonate, marking it as a timeless classic. Even years after its conclusion, the show’s influence on popular culture remains undeniable, making it a true television landmark.

Three's Company is a series categorized as a canceled. Spanning 8 seasons with a total of 172 episodes, the show debuted on 1977. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.5.

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John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt, Richard Kline, Don Knotts, Suzanne Somers, Priscilla Barnes, Ann Wedgeworth, Jordan Charney, Audra Lindley, Jenilee Harrison, Norman Fell
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