Three's Company (1976–1984)
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Janet Wigs Out 

Janet wears a blonde wig which changes her personality.



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Janet not having dated much recently,buys a blonde wig because she says that guys usually notice blonde first. Jack and Terri try to talk her out of wearing it and just be herself. She doesn't listen but does end up meeting a man named Bill who's truly impressed by her. Meanwhile Jack & Terri try to think of a way to get Janet to come to her senses. The wig seems to take over as Janet begins behaving like a stereo-typical dumb blonde around Bill. Will the real Janet stand up or be lost? Written by Happipuppi13

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6 April 1982 (USA)  »

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Jenilee Harrison's final appearance as Cindy Snow. See more »


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Janet puts on a new hairdo
12 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode deals with Janet's decision to put on a blonde wig to change her appearance. It also leads to a change in her personality as well. She becomes a bit jaded and starts to treat others differently. Jack and Terri try to convince her to return to her previous self. She enjoys the new attention from wearing the wig that she decides to dye her hair. Her room mates decide to use the same tactic to convince her to renounce the wig. This episode marks the last appearance for Jenilee Harrison as Cindy Snow. She appears in two scenes in this episode. The first one where she announces Janet's new appearance and the second one where she meets Janet and her date at the Regal Beagle bar. In her last scene of the series, Janet blows her off when Janet's personality change goes into full swing. Cindy departs the bar and is never seen in the series again. Jenilee's role in the show became marginalized with the addition of the new Terri character. The producers probably found it harder to include her character in the episodes and was looking to reduce the show's payroll.

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