Three's Company (1976–1984)
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Jack escorts Janet to a dull private party but when Jack consumes a tranquilizer and alcohol he becomes the life of the party.

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Janet is interested in a very well to do man and gets invited to a private party on a small island and will be flown there. She asks Jack to go with her but Jack's afraid to fly. He (foolishly) takes a tranquilizer but drinks at the party as well. A drink called "The Rocket". Along with lying about his profession,he later dances up a storm,making himself & Janet look bad. Written by happipuppi13

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4 May 1982 (USA)  »

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The funniest episode of Three's Company...
14 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of Three's Company is a classic. It beats all the Chrissy episodes hands down, even though Barry Williams from The Brady Bunch is a guest star!

I swear, the first time I saw this episode when it originally aired, I almost wet my pants laughing. Shame on TVLand and Nick at Nite for editing the funniest part of the episode. If you haven't seen this one, rent the DVD so you don't miss the best part. I recently watched this episode and got to see the entire dance scene at last. It was just as funny as it was the first time it aired on national TV! May John Ritter rest in peace. He was truly a gifted comedian.


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