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Three's Company: Season 8
Three's Company Season 8 DVD cover.jpg
Three's Company Season 8 DVD cover.
Program information
Episodes aired:
Dates aired:
September 27, 1983 - September 18, 1984
ABC-TV / United States
Previous Season: Season 7
Next Season: None: Final season - Spun off into Three's a Crowd TV series

This guide lists all of the aired episodes of the eighth and final season of ABC-TV's Three's Company.

This page lists all of the episodes aired during the eighth and final season of the popular ABC-TV sitcom series Three's Company, which ran on the network from 1977-1984.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD set

release date

Season premiere Season finale
1 6 March 15, 1977 April 21, 1977 November 11, 2003
2 25 September 13, 1977 May 16, 1978 May 4, 2004
3 22 September 12, 1978 May 8, 1979 November 2, 2004
4 25 September 11, 1979 May 6, 1980 May 3, 2005
5 22 October 28, 1980 May 19, 1981 November 15, 2005
6 28 October 6, 1981 May 18, 1982 March 7, 2006
7 22 September 28, 1982 May 10, 1983 July 25, 2006
8 22 September 27, 1983 September 18, 1984 October 3, 2006

Season 8 (1983-84)

Season 8 episodes
# In series Ep.# in season Title Directed by: Written by: Original airdate Prod. Code
151 1 "Jack, Be Quick" Dave Powers Martin Rips,

Joseph Staretski

September 27, 1983 0803
Cheryl asks Jack to father her child, but Jack refuses. Janet thinks Cheryl wants to marry Jack because she's going to have his baby, so she talks Jack into complying with Cheryl's wishes. 
152 2 "She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not" Dave Powers Arlan Gutenberg & Babette Wilk October 4, 1983 0805
Larry discovers an answered magazine quiz and he and Jack think one of the girls wants to have an affair with Jack. They take the girls on a weekend trip to find out who answered the quiz so Jack can talk her out of it. 
153 3 "The Money Machine" Dave Powers Mike Weinberger October 18, 1983 0804
Jack receives $1000 by mistake from an automated cash machine. He hides it in the couch for the weekend, not realising that Mr Furley is going to replace it that day. 
154 4 "Out On a Limb" Dave Powers David Mirkin October 25, 1983 0801
Jack writes a nasty letter to a famous food critic, thinking the critic is going to give his bistro a ruinous review. When the critic assures Jack the review will be favorable, Jack tries to retrieve the letter from the critic's desk. 
155 5 "Alias Jack Tripper" Dave Powers Mark Tuttle November 1, 1983 0802
Jack has two dates, so he talks Larry into posing as him and spending the day with his unwanted date, Janet's childhood friend, who is visiting from out of town. 
156 6 "Hearing Is Believing" Dave Powers Neal Marlens November 8, 1983 0806
Jack is dating a therapist who wishes to keep her job a secret. Janet, concluding she is a prostitute, is nasty to her and no one understands why - especially when Janet's father has become so friendly with her. 
157 7 "Grandma Jack" Bob Priest,

Michael Ross

Garry Ferrier,

Aubrey Tadman, Mike Weinberger

November 22, 1983 0810
Jack believes he has won a baking contest that is open only to women. Disguised as "Grandma Tripper," he goes to collect the check and learns that he is a finalist and must bake his cookies for the company's executives to win the prize. 
158 8 "Like Father, Like Son" Dave Powers Martin Rips & Joseph Staretski November 29, 1983 0812
Jack's father, Jack Tripper, Sr. (Dick Shawn) visits unexpectedly and resumes his good-natured meddling. Jack explodes and tells him to stay out of his life, but when he learns his father has lost his job, Jack gives him the opportunity to be useful.
159 9 "The Odd Couples" Dave Powers Ellen Guylas,

Neal Marlens & Shelley Zellman

December 6, 1983 0813
Terri is up for a promotion and tells Dr. Kenderson she is married to ward off his advances. When he invites himself and his wife over for dinner, Jack poses as Terri's husband while Janet and Larry pose as French-speaking houseguests. 
160 10 "Now You See It, Now You Don't" Dave Powers David Mirkin December 13, 1983 0807
When Jack attends a charity ball with a socialite and loses $15,000 gambling, Larry and the girls attempt to help him recover the money. 
161 11 "The Charming Stranger" Dave Powers George Burditt & Budd Grossman December 20, 1983 0808
The girls flip over a handsome Englishman who moves in next door, but Jack become convinced that he is one of London's most sought-after criminals. 
162 12 "Janet Shapes Up" Dave Powers Martin Rips & Joseph Staretski January 4, 1984 0809
Janet is thrilled with her new job as an aerobics teacher, and her new boss Tina is thrilled with Jack. When Tina blackmails Jack into being at her beck and call, Larry offers to take her off Jack’s hands. 
163 13 "Itching for Trouble" Dave Powers Chet Dowling & Sandy Krinski January 10, 1984 0815
Jack meets an old flame at the park who is seeking advice about her jealous husband. Furley joins them, and they all get poison oak. Later, at Jack's house, Furley tells the husband they were all in the bushes together. 
164 14 "Baby, It's Cold Inside" Dave Powers Chet Dowling,

Sandy Krinski

January 17, 1984 0814
Jack and Furley get locked in a freezer together. Convinced they are going to die, they have a heart-to-heart talk, and Jack confesses that he really isn't gay. Once safe, Jack worries because Furley knows the truth about him. 
165 15 "Look What I Found" Dave Powers David Mirkin January 24, 1984 0811
The trio plants a stray cat at Furley's door, hoping he'll bend his rules and keep it. When a girl appears looking for her kitten, Furley lies and says he took it to the pound; so Jack and the girls search the pounds and bring home three different cats. 
166 16 "Jack's Tattoo" Dave Powers Ron Bloomberg,

Prudence Fraser, Al Gordon, Robert Sternin

January 31, 1984 0817
After a night on the town with his old navy buddies, Jack discovers he has a tattoo on his derrière. When Jack goes to the hospital to have it removed, Janet thinks he is having a vasectomy and Furley thinks he is having a sex change. 
167 17 "Jack Takes Off" Dave Powers David Mirkin February 21, 1984 0818
Jack offers to model for a beautiful art teacher and finds himself nude in front of her classroom when Furley walks in. Jack begs Furley not to tell, but the secret is out when a nude portrait of Jack appears at the Regal Beagle.Larry's girlfriend falls for Jack's painting that they go out which leave Larry,Terri,and Janet. 
168 18 "Forget Me Not" Dave Powers George Burditt,

Budd Grossman, David Mirkin

February 28, 1984 0816
Jack borrows Janet's new car to drive a gorgeous model to a photo session and totals the car on the way home. He pretends to have amnesia in the hospital, but Janet gets suspicious and concocts a plan to help him regain his memory. 
169 19 "The Heiress" Dave Powers Martin Rips,

Joseph Staretski

March 8, 1984 0819
A customer of the flower shop names Janet in his will, and she receives a vase. His nephew, Phillip an art collector visits Janet, and Jack thinks he lied about the value of the vase and is trying to get it back.At end they break it. 
170 20 "Cupid Works Overtime" Dave Powers George Burditt, Michael Ross & Bernie West March 15, 1984 0820
Jack meets an attractive stewardess, Vicky Bradford, but between her father and her dates, she doesn't seem to have time for Jack. Janet announces her engagement to Phillip, while Jack is lovesick over Vicky. 
171 21 "Friends and Lovers: Part 1" Dave Powers George Burditt, Michael Ross & Bernie West September 18, 1984 0821
Janet is upset because she cannot have the wedding at the church but Jack convinces her to have it at the apartment. Jack thinks that Vicky wants a job far away (due to her being misrepresented by her father) and so he encourages her to take it. She does not really care about the job and thinks Jack does not love her; they break up. Vicky interrupts Janet's wedding to tell Jack she still loves him and they realize they had a misunderstanding. They make up just before Janet come in to get them back together. Jack gives her to Philip, neither of her parents being present. Vicky catches the Bouquet. Everyone heads downstairs for the reception, while Jack proposes to Vicky; she declines. 
172 22 "Friends and Lovers: Part 2" Dave Powers George Burditt, Michael Ross & Bernie West September 18, 1984 0822
Vicky explains that her parents' failed marriage and fighting have scared her from marriage to anyone, though she loves Jack. She offers to live together but Jack wants something more; they break up. Terri reminds Jack that he loves Vicky and she is worth it, so he decides to agree to live with her. One week later, after Janet's honeymoon, Jack, the girls, and Larry are packing. Jack explains his moving in with a woman to Mr. Furley by telling him that he is no longer gay, and will be moving in with Vicki above his restaurant. Terri says she will be moving to Hawaii. They all say goodbye: Janet goes off to live with her husband, Jack to live with Vicky, and Terri to move to Hawaii. Later, Jack and Vicky are settling into their new apartment. They have a toast and Vicky suggests they go to bed. Jack is very nervous because Vicky is so special to him. To calm him down, she says she is nervous as well. Just as they start to kiss, Vicky's father barges into the room, announcing that he has bought the building and is their new landlord.