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Three's a Crowd (TV Series 1984–1985) Poster

(1984–1985)

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Don Knotts was offered a recurring role but turned it down. Suzanne Somers lobbied to reprise her role as Chrissy but was turned down.
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The production of this series caused tension on the set of Three's Company (1976) between John Ritter and the rest of the cast. The producers tried to keep it a secret from the rest of the cast. But they eventually found out and were disappointed that the series would essentially continue without them.
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The show was canceled to make room for Diff'rent Strokes (1978), which was moving to ABC.
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The series originally planned to star Richard Kline reprising his role of Larry from Three's Company (1976). Kline was then offered a recurring role in the series which he turned down.
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The series only lasted one season.
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Unlike "Three's a Crowd", the British spin-off version Robin's Nest (1977) was very successful.
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It was never revealed what the initials E.Z. stand for in the character E.Z Taylor's name, Jack's assistant chef.
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The pilot of the British series Man About the House (1973), which Three's Company was based on, was entitled Three's a Crowd (1984).
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Coincidentally, Jessica Walter had starred in a TV movie also called Three's a Crowd (1969). However, that movie was about an airline pilot who was a bigamist, having two families in two different cities.
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