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Three's Company (1977 - 1984)

Three's Company (1977 - 1984)





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Series Info

A man shares an apartment with two women and pretends to be gay so the landlord won't kick him out in this popular bedroom farce. Loaded with pratfalls and double entendres, and unapologetically silly, the sitcom was based on the British show `Man About the House.' There were several cast changes, but it was the charm of---and the chemistry among---the three original leads that turned this into a huge success. The roommates' landlords, 'The Ropers,' left for their own show in 1979.

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1983, ABC, 23 episodes

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1982, ABC, 22 episodes

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1981, ABC, 28 episodes

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1980, ABC, 22 episodes

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1979, ABC, 25 episodes

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1978, ABC, 22 episodes

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1977, ABC, 25 episodes

Critics Consensus: Three's Company features a likable enough trio of stars, but this sitcom's over-reliance on smutty jokes proves more irritatingly naughty than nice.

1977, ABC, 6 episodes


John Ritter
as Jack Tripper
Joyce DeWitt
as Janet Wood
Suzanne Somers
as Chrissy Snow
Norman Fell
as Stanley Roper
Audra Lindley
as Helen Roper
Richard Kline
as Larry Dallas
Don Knotts
as Ralph Furley
Ann Wedgeworth
as Lana Shields
Jenilee Harrison
as Cindy Snow
Priscilla Barnes
as Terri Alden
Jordan Charney
as Mr. Layton
Mina Kolb
as Mrs. Alden
Sondra Currie
as Sherry Lee
Barbara Stuart
as Mrs. Medford
Ruta Lee
as Mrs. Dawson
Amy Stuckey
as Sue Anne
Alan McRae
as Robber
John Brandon
as Captain James
Earl Boen
as Reverend Gilmore
Ken Olfson
as Townsend
Rod Gist
as Big Eddie
Gwen Humble
as Arabella
Rod Colbin
as Hadley
Joel Brooks
as Dr. Prescott
Alan Manson
as Officer Mike
Daniel Trent
as Elliott
Keene Curtis
as Dr. Todson
Ruth Manning
as Nurse Engle
Pete Leal
as Sanchez
Georgann Johnson
as Mrs. Tripper
Edmund Gilbert
as Lieutenant
Natalie Core
as Mrs. Fitsimmons
Marty Brill
as O'Connell
Lawrence Keith
as Dr. Phillips
Sally Kemp
as Mrs. Latham
Bill Cort
as Inspector
J.J. Barry
as Compton
Frank O'Brien
as Director
Teresa Ganzel
as Gretchen
Alvah Stanley
as Dr. Benson
Gertrude Flynn
as Mrs. Peabody
Kay Freeman
as Mrs. Angelino
Henry Sutton
as Minister
Floyd Levine
as Bank Officer
Jay Garner
as Jason Defarge
Paul Kent
as Dr. Anderson
Robert Mandan
as Bradford
Toni Lamond
as Patient
Melanie Vincz
as Woman in Bar
Parley Baer
as Landers
Jan Sterling
as Judge Sheffield
Kopi Sotiropulos
as Uncle Dimitri
Dick Shawn
as Jack's father
Joy Garrett
as Shirley
Linda Hoy
as Nurse Brown
Natalie Schafer
as Mrs. Simpson
Rudy Willrich
as Agent Roth
Sarah Marshall
as Mme. Clara
Vincent Cobb
as Policeman
Kit McDonough
as Patricia
Bill Fiore
as Harvey
Harold J. Stone
as Bustamante
Patricia Barry
as Mrs. Claremont
Kate Murtagh
as Gertrude
George Petrie
as Williams
Jenifer Shaw
as Veronica
Susan Blu
as Sandra
Richard McKenzie
as Chef Anton
Diana Herbert
as Mrs. Hollins
Robert Quigley
as First Guy
Tom Lacy
as Wagstaff
Phil Leeds
as Wormold
David Tress
as Sergeant
William Martel
as Swackhammer
Bobby Ellerbee
as Dr. Cooper
Stuart Nisbet
as Crawford
Lee Bryant
as Punkin
Leon Askin
as Hoffmeier
Alan Koss
as Ralph
Ted Gehring
as Sandra's Father
John Gibson
as Ski Patrolman
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Mar 15, 1977
Genre: Classics
Executive Producers: Bernie West, Don Nicholl, Michael Ross
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