Three's Company: Season 2 (1977 - 1978)


Season 2
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Air date: Sep 13, 1977

Moving to ABC's powerhouse Tuesday-night schedule, Three's Company kicked off its second season with this remake of "Love and Let Love," an episode of the series' British sitcom prototype Man About the House. While romancing his latest girlfriend, Jack (John Ritter) is interrupted by the arrival of his roommates, Janet (Joyce DeWitt) and Chrissy (Suzanne Somers). Climbing up on his high horse, Jack insists upon setting up strict privacy rules and once-per-week "reservation times." Needless to say, Jack ends up being the first roomie to break his own rules -- and on Chrissy's night to boot.

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Air date: Sep 20, 1977

In desperate need of cooking-school tuition money, Jack (John Ritter) takes a variety of odd jobs, with disastrous results. Finally he lands what he thinks will be a lasting and lucrative assignment as a male model. What he doesn't know is that he has been hired by a porno magazine -- and is expected to pose in the nude. Interestingly enough, Jack's "partner" during the photo shoot is played by Sally Kirkland, who in 1969 made headlines as the first leading actress to appear in the buff in an off-Broadway play.

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Air date: Sep 27, 1977

Janet (Joyce DeWitt) has her heart set on a promotion at the flower shop where she works. That same heart is broken when the job goes to her new co-worker, Chloe (Sandra deBruin) -- and it is especially galling that Chloe was promoted on the basis of her voluptuous figure rather than her experience. It is up to Jack (John Ritter) and Chrissy (Suzanne Somers) to boost Janet's sagging self-confidence...and, incidentally, to convince her not to have certain cosmetic "enhancements" to improve her own looks. J.J. Barry makes his first series appearance as Janet's boss, Mr. Compton.

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Air date: Oct 4, 1977

Jack (John Ritter) has promised not to throw any parties while the girls are away. But Jack being Jack, he breaks his word almost immediately upon the girls' departure by staging a wild wingding, replete with oceans of booze and acres of beautiful girls. When a hung-over Jack awakens the next morning, he finds himself in bed with his landlord Mr. Roper (Norman Fell) -- who, as we all know, is still laboring under the misapprehension that Jack is gay.

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Air date: Oct 11, 1977

Chrissy (Suzanne Somers) is walking on air after falling for her latest date, a handsome and wealthy older man named Lloyd Cross (played by former Bewitched co-star Dick Sargent). Alas, Jack (John Ritter) and Janet (Joyce DeWitt) find out something that Chrissy doesn't know -- Mr. Cross is very much a married man. The problem: how to break the news to Chrissy without breaking her heart in the process. Joyce Bulifant, famed for her work as Marie Slaughter on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, appears as the oblivious Mrs. Cross.

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Air date: Oct 25, 1977

Mr. Roper (Norman Fell) is out of town, and Mrs. Roper (Audra Lindley) is feeling a bit lonesome. Big-hearted Janet (Joyce DeWitt) moves in with Mrs. Roper to keep her company while her husband is away. Before long, however, Janet begins to worry about the fact that she has left her roommates, Jack (John Ritter) and Chrissy (Suzanne Somers), alone -- especially since Jack is obviously smitten by Chrissy. But Jack has promised himself to be a "prefect gentleman" with Chrissy in Janet's absence...with surprising results.

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Air date: Nov 1, 1977

Roper (Norman Fell) sells his 19-year-old car to Jack (John Ritter), Janet (Joyce DeWitt), and Chrissy (Suzanne Somers). At first relieved to be rid of the old clunker, Roper changes his mind when he is informed that the car is a valuable "classic" model. The problem: how can Roper inveigle the roommates into selling him back his car without tipping them off as to its true value. The solution?...Well, it wouldn't be fair to tell. It's hilarious.

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Air date: Nov 8, 1977

Chrissy's new boyfriend, Michael Winthrop (Jess Nadelman), is a self-styled gourmet with a highly critical palate. Hoping to make a good impression, Chrissy (Suzanne Somers) tells Michael that she is an excellent cook. Since we all know that the poor girl couldn't boil an egg if her life depended on it, there is no surprise in revealing that Jack (John Ritter) ends up "subbing" for Chrissy in the kitchen during an all-important dinner date.

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Air date: Nov 15, 1977

Chrissy (Suzanne Somers) goes out alone for a rare night on the town. She comes home in tears, complaining that she has been accused of soliciting in a dingy saloon (she was, as usual, only trying to be friendly). Gallant Jack (John Ritter) charges forward to defend Chrissy's honor -- little knowing that her accuser is a police officer. The highly suspicious lawman is played by James Cromwell, future Oscar nominee for his performance in the 1995 movie Babe and best known to TV fans as Stretch Cunningham on All in the Family.

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Air date: Nov 22, 1977

During one of the Ropers' many arguments, Mrs. Roper (Audra Lindley) accuses Mr. Roper (Norman Fell) of losing his sex appeal. Repairing to the local tavern to brood over his wife's harsh words, Roper has his ego boosted when a sexy young lass (Alba Francesca) comes on to him. He doesn't know that the girl was put up to her flirtation by Jack (John Ritter), who merely wanted to make Mr. Roper feel a little better. The plan backfires when Mrs. Roper gets wind of her hubby's "indiscretion."

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