The job of manager is available at Janet's flower shop. When she is passed over for a more buxom employee, she decides to change her appearance in order to compete.

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When the manager at the flower shop quits, Jack and Chrissy tell Janet that she should try to get the manager's spot. However, the owner of the shop hires a girl with large breasts as manager. Janet decides to fight fire with fire and announces that she's going to have her figure enhanced. Written by Anonymous

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27 September 1977 (USA)  »

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Chrissy Snow: [cheerleading while the others are trying to talk] Chicka chicka boom! Chicka chicka bah! I don't know the rest of it, so ha ha ha!
Jack Tripper: [shoving a piece of cheese in her mouth] Chrissy chrissy chew chew rah rah rah!
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Crissy, Crissy, Chew, Chew
9 November 2013 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

Janet gets passed over for a job promotion at the flower shop to a girl named Chloe, and she believes it's because of discrimination (large breasts) Chloe becomes manager, and Janet is distraught. Mrs. Roper wants a face-lift, but Mr. Roper is highly against the idea, and talks her out of it. Meanwhile… Janet gets a hold of Mrs. Roper's magazine, and is tempted to get her breasts enhanced herself. I've seen this one a few times. How can you not love an episode where Jack does Bruce Lee imitations, and teaches the girls Kung Fu? It also proved one thing to me. John Ritter is absolutely tremendous at physical comedy. This one brings up an important subject, which is discrimination. Many men view woman as sex objects. I am a guy, so naturally I love to take a peak, but I consider myself to be old fashioned. I respect women, and try to treat them right. It also has a very rare moment where Stanley compliments Helen "I know I don't say it often enough, but I love you just the way you are" Crissy & Jack's cheerleading sequence is also very amusing. It's an excellent episode. It has plenty of laughs, smiles, and everything you want from this series. Go see it if you're a fan of the show

8.3/10


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