And Mother Makes Four was the second episode of Three's Company. The story was originally served as the second pilot episode idea for the series. The original pilot, that was produced by M*A*S*H series co-producer Larry Gelbart, stuck more closely to the storyline and character names featured in the series' 1973-77 British TV counterpart, "A Man About the House." It was directed by Bill Hobin, the episode aired on ABC-TV on March 24, 1977. Read more >>
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The Three's Company Wiki wiki is a collaborative fan tribute website to the sitcom Three's Company, which aired on ABC-TV from 1977-1984. Actor John Ritter, who played Jack Tripper, won two Emmy Awards for his acting on the series.
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Three's Company is an American sitcom was aired on ABC-TV, based on the BBC sitcom Man About The House, which was produced and written by British screenwriters Johnnie Mortimer and Brian Cooke. The series premiered on March 15, 1977, and ended on September 18, 1984. The show is about an aspiring cook Jack Tripper who is able to move into an apartment with two young women, Janet Wood (Joyce DeWitt), Chrissy Snow (Suzanne Somers), who live in the Santa Monica area after convincing the gruff landlord, Mr. Roper (Norman Fell), with the help of his long-suffering, sex starved wife Helen that he is homosexual. Later on, The Ropers sell the apartment, and the brother of the owner of the property, Ralph Furley (played by Don Knotts of The Andy Griffith Show fame), a self-professed ladies man, becomes the new manager, then after Chrissy moves back to San Francisco, and at first a clumsy cousin, Cindy Snow moves in, and then after she moves out to attend college at UCLA, and a practical nurse, Terri Alden (Priscilla Barnes) moves in, antics continue at a frenetic pace, all the time providing big laughs! Throughout its eight seasons, the sitcom ran for 174 episodes, winning two Golden Globe Awards, one Emmy Award, which was won by John Ritter for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in 1984, the series final season, and two People's Choice Awards during its run.
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Jack Tripper is the male roommate on the ABC-TV sitcoms Three's Company and Three's A Crowd, based upon the character, Robin Tripp, of Man About The House and Robin's Nest. Jack was played by John Ritter. Jack served in the United States Navy. He was discovered in Janet and Chrissy's shower on the morning after a party they threw. Janet reasoned with the landlord, Stanley Roper, and he agreed that Jack could stay because they thought he was gay. Read more >>
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- His first big break came as Tom Hanks’s co-star on the TV comedy “Bosom Buddies” in the early 1980s, He also worked on the stage, occasionally on Broadway....
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- Suzanne Somers hints at a potential return to television and discusses the importance of living a healthy and happy life....
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- The 75-year-old retired actress said unscripted shows were an 'attractive concept' and revealed that her 85-year-old silver fox has been 'meeting with lawyers' ......
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- The Three's Company star, who turned 75 on Saturday, tells PEOPLE that she and husband Alan Hamel are in the "earliest stage" of creating their own reality TV series. Page Six was first to report ......
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- The idea of doing an unscripted show and flying by the seat of my pants is an attractive concept,” the star tells PEOPLE ......