Three's Company: Season 4, Episode 5

Jack the Ripper (9 Oct. 1979)

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Jack goes to see a counselor to learn to become more assertive.

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Jack and the girls want to redecorate the apartment and they expect Furley to pay the costs. But Furley says the owner, his brother won't let him. And the Dean at Jack's cooking school, wants to cook for a party he's throwing and is not going to compensate him. Jack then goes to a therapist who specializes in instilling assertiveness. And he does with Jack, who goes out and stands up to the Dean. Jack then goes home and chooses the wall paper which Janet doesn't like and stands his ground by being a jerk. And when Furley comes in, he maintains his position about him paying for the costs but Furley also went to the same therapist and stands up to Jack. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Dr. Prescott: BARK! B, be somebody. A, act like somebody. R, react like somebody. K, collect your rewards!
Jack Tripper: Don't "collect" begin with a C?
Dr. Prescott: Yes, Tripper, but then that would spell "BARC".
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