Three's Company (1976–1984)
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Upstairs, Downstairs, Upstairs 

In an effort to honor his word, Jack attempts to attend 3 different occasions, in 3 different apartments, all on the same night.

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Janet Wood
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Chrissy Snow
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Larry Dallas
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Ralph Furley
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In an exhausting attempt to honor his word, Jack attempts to cook dinner and dine with a vivacious French woman in Larry's apartment. A nurse he made a date with in his own apartment and also have dinner with the girls down in Mr. Furley's apartment. He ends up having to run himself ragged to be present at each. Written by happipuppi13

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28 October 1980 (USA)  »

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Episode was filmed as a play; all the way through with no breaks. See more »

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Bar none, the best episode of the series
22 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

One of my favorite shows of childhood, "Three's Company" suffers with the passage of time. The pacing of most episodes is slow; the writing is sometimes painfully trite and contrived. Even some of the premises are dated. But the acting holds up, most notably that of John Ritter as Jack. And never was he funnier than in this astounding episode. It plays like a French farce, moving along like a locomotive, with crisp writing and sharp performances, especially that of Ritter. And even though Suzanne Somers ("Chrissy") had begun her famed contract dispute, she did indeed appear in this episode, which made it better--the show was never the same without her. In short, this episode plays like my memory of the show, which is quite a compliment. If you pick one episode of this show to watch, this should be it.


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