Jack Tripper's co-habitation with Vicky Bradford is complicated by her hostile father's interference as Jack's landlord.
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 Jack Tripper (22 episodes, 1984-1985)
Mary Cadorette ...
 Vicky Bradford (22 episodes, 1984-1985)
Alan Campbell ...
 E.Z. Taylor (22 episodes, 1984-1985)
Robert Mandan ...
 James Bradford (21 episodes, 1984-1985)
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 Claudia Bradford (8 episodes, 1984-1985)
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This series continues where Three's Company ended. Jack Tripper met Vicky Bradford and fell in love with her at first sight. In the last episode Jack proposed marriage. However, due to her parents' divorce, Vicky doesn't believe in or want marriage, but is willing to live with Jack. So, they move into the apartment above Jack's restaurant. Vicky's father, who doesn't approve of Jack and doesn't approve of their living arrangement, buys Jack's restaurant and becomes the new owner. He is constantly dropping in to disrupt their relationship. Thus...Three's a Crowd. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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It was never revealed what the initials E.Z. stand for in the character E.Z Taylor's name, Jack's assistant chef. See more »

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Good but not as good as Three's Company.
28 November 2009 | by (Pakistan) – See all my reviews

While I was lucky to get hold of all 22 episodes of Three's a Crowd on DVD, I'm not surprised it lasted just one season. They were running out of ideas and some of the jokes were getting a bit stale. Another well known fact was that Three's a Crowd was a spin off to Three's Company, yet while watching the former, its almost as there never was a latter. How many times in TC we heard Janet, Jack, Chrissy, Cindy, Terri etc say how they were the best friends they ever had, but in TAC, its as if Janet, Chrissy, Cindy and Terri never existed. I mean if you have best friends, then it is expected that you will keep in touch with them and meet up with them from time to time. With the exception of the appearance of Larry in one episode of TAC, there is not a word mentioned of Janet, Chrissy, Cindy, Terri, the Ropers and Furley. One would expect Jack to occasionally talk about living with Janet, Chrissy, Terri, Cindy, Lana or the Ropers and Furley and tell Vicky about some of the outrageous situations they found themselves in. After all he spent so many years with them. Its as if he's forgotten all about them. To add a touch of reality or authenticity to the show, they could have shown Janet and her husband come by to Jack's Bistro for a meal in a few episodes (married couples do eat out, especially if their best friend owns a restaurant!) or for Jack to receive an occasional phone call from Terri or Cindy or have Furley (or even the Ropers) drop by the Bistro to see how Jack was doing in his new life or as I mentioned before, tell Vicky about those amusing situations he and the girls got themselves into when they shared that apartment. That is what I missed the most. I actually missed the past characters and I think that was one of the essential ingredients missing from TAC. It might have fared better if they would have occasionally pulled in some of the old cast members as guest stars, but its all water under the bridge now and long gone. Either way, we shall never see comedy like that again and I'm glad we now have them all immortalized on DVD.


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