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Three’s Company – Season Three

June 22, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

  • ISBN13: 0013131267594
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

THREE’S COMPANY delighted audiences and defied critics as it tripped, tittered and jiggled its way to record ratings and pop culture paradise in its third season in fall 1978 to spring 1979. A then- controversial… More >>

Three’s Company – Season Three


5 Responses to “Three’s Company – Season Three”
  1. 1. Double Date

    2. Good Old Reliable Janet

    3. The Love Diary

    4. The Fast

    5. Helen’s Rendezvous

    6. My Sisters Keeper

    7. Chrissy and the Guru

    8. Larry’s Bride

    9. Chrissy’s new boss

    10. The Crush

    11. The Kleptomaniac

    12. THe Best Laid Plans

    13. The Harder they Fall

    14. The Bake-Off

    15. An Anniversary Surprise

    16. The Party’s Over

    17. Eleanor’s Return

    18. The Older Woman

    19. The Catered Affair

    20. Jack Moves Out

    21. Triangle Troubles

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Anonymous says:

    my favorite people on the show are crissy and jack they are my favorite because they are funny!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. I love Three’s Company. When I heard about yet another box set, I had to check it out. I can’t wait for its release. I hope they release each and every episode.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Bursting onto the television landscape in Spring 1977, Three’s Company quickly skyrocketed in the ratings – cracking the top 8 every season except its last. Sporting a plethora of quirky characters and fresh writing talent that explored modern day issues, the show held its own as one of the funniest programs on TV. Picking up where All In The Family left off, Three’s Company delved into the social taboos of its day, dealing with subjects such as homosexuality, racism, sexual harassment, and of course, unmarried men and women living together… But the true success of Three’s Company stemmed from the comic talents of John Ritter and Suzanne Somers who became instant stars as a result of their respective roles on the show…

    In Three’s Company, John Ritter plays the role of Jack Tripper, a young cooking student in San Diego who wants to move into an apartment with his two female friends – the far more mature Janet Wood (Joyce DeWitt) and the blonde and ditsy Chrissy Snow (Suzanne Somers). But the three friends face the possible wrath of landlord Stanley Roper (Norman Fell), an old-fashioned guy who would never allow such an arrangement. With the aid of Roper’s wife Helen (Audra Lindley), the three manage to convince Stanley that Jack is gay (when he is, in fact, a notorious ladies man). Jack’s friend Larry (Richard Kline) also fashions himself a player on the local singles scene, and he makes regular appearances on the show. Following Season 3, Stanley and Helen left the show in pursuit of their own spin-off titled The Ropers. Don Knotts (of Andy Griffith Show fame) was brought in to play the new landlord, Mr. Furley – a naïve, loud-mouthed ditz who tripled the hilarity of every scene in which he appeared…

    The Three’s Company (Season 3) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere “Double Date” in which Jack makes a date with the beautiful Samantha Evans (Rebecca Clemons), but Mr. Roper overhears and so Jack pretends he has a cold. Later, when Chrissy and Janet walk into the living room, Samantha finds out that they are his roommates (not his Church collector and nurse as he told her), so she leaves in disgust… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include “The Love Diary” in which Mr. Roper comes to believe that Chrissy has the hots for him, and “The Harder They Fall” in which Jack ruins Janet’s date when he and his broken leg constantly get in the way…

    Below is a list of episodes included on the Three’s Company (Season 3) DVD:

    Episode 32 (Double Date)

    Episode 33 (Good Old Reliable Janet)

    Episode 34 (The Love Diary)

    Episode 35 (The Fast)

    Episode 36 (Helen’s Rendezvous)

    Episode 37 (My Sister’s Keeper)

    Episode 38 (Chrissy and the Guru)

    Episode 39 (Larry’s Bride)

    Episode 40 (Chrissy’s New Boss)

    Episode 41 (The Crush)

    Episode 42 (The Kleptomaniac)

    Episode 43 (The Party’s Over)

    Episode 44 (Eleanor’s Return)

    Episode 45 (The Older Woman)

    Episode 46 (Stanley’s Hotline)

    Episode 47 (The Catered Affair)

    Episode 48 (The Best Laid Plans)

    Episode 49 (The Harder They Fall)

    Episode 50 (The Bake-Off)

    Episode 51 (An Anniversary Surprise)

    Episode 52 (Jack Moves Out)

    Episode 53 (Triangle Troubles)

    The DVD Report
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Like many other fans I only had dire quality video tapes of this series as it was shown inexplicably at 4 o’clock in the morning on UK TV, so there are yards of annoying commercials – well done Anchor Bay !
    Rating: 5 / 5

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