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Three's Company

Three's Company

When two single girls need a roommate to share their Santa Monica apartment, they decide to offer a room to the guy they find passed out in the bathtub after the going-away party for their last roommate. Hijinks ensue.

Mar 15, 1977
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Stanley, the Ladies' Man

(First Aired: Sep. 15, 1979)
Roper invites Jack and the girls to a surprise disco party for Helen.

Jack on the Lam

S04, E01  (First Aired: Sep. 11, 1979)
Jack disguises himself as Chrissy to avoid FBI agents who are on his trail.

Love Thy Neighbor

S04, E02  (First Aired: Sep. 18, 1979)
Chrissy catches Jack working as a paid escort.

And Baby Makes Four

S05, E17  (First Aired: Mar. 10, 1981)
Jack grows suspicious when Cindy starts collecting maternity clothes.

Larry's Sister

S07, E12  (First Aired: Jan. 11, 1983)
Larry becomes overprotective of his sister when he lets Jack show her around town.

The New Landlord

S04, E03  (First Aired: Sep. 25, 1979)
The threesome accidentally sells the new landlord's furniture.

Snow Job

S04, E04  (First Aired: Oct. 2, 1979)
Chrissy tries to sell cosmetics at Ralph Furley's poker game.

Jack the Ripper

S04, E05  (First Aired: Oct. 9, 1979)
Jack sheds his Mr. Nice Guy image with the help of some assertiveness training.

The Lifesaver

S04, E06  (First Aired: Oct. 23, 1979)
A grateful man offers the trio a free penthouse.

A Camping We Will Go

S04, E08  (First Aired: Nov. 6, 1979)
The girls crash Jack's weekend in a remote cabin.

The Night of the Ropers

S05, E18  (First Aired: Mar. 17, 1981)
Roper goes to a bowling banquet instead of celebrating his anniversary.

Bob and Carol and Larry and Terri

S07, E13  (First Aired: Jan. 18, 1983)
A rumor spreads that Carol and Bob's marriage is on the rocks.

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(First Aired: Mar. 15, 1977)
Two single girls in need of a roommate settle for Jack Tripper.