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Three's Company: The misadventures of two women and one man living in one apartment and their neighbors.

  • Currently 3.73/5
(224 votes)
Ratings: IMDB: 7.6/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: March 15, 1977
Runtime: 30 mins
Genres: Comedy
Countries: USA
Actors: Don Knotts John Ritter Joyce DeWitt Priscilla Barnes Richard Kline Suzanne Somers

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Posted by AlmostHome 1 year, 7 months ago
+35 | +44 / -9

I've been having a marathon with this show and loving it. I was 11 years old when it first aired and it was a regular show in our house. Watching it now is a completely different experience. I love catching all of the economic glimpses of the times. In 1977, when this show first aired, Jack Tripper was trying to get a $300 loan from his school. They offered him 18 months to pay it back! But he ended up not qualifying for the loan because his father made $6,000 a year, which meant that Jack wasn't considered 'hardship case.' That sure wasn't much income and it wasn't all that long ago either. Then the glimpse of the fashion and hairstyles back then is fun to see. I actually remember them! But I don't remember men wearing pants so skin tight it takes half a can of Crisco to get into them, though! But, I do remember the bell bottoms! Finally, John Ritter was more of a comical genius and even more brilliant than I ever remembered. He was definitely in a class by himself and, in my opinion, FAR outshines these newer comic actors by a mile.

Posted by mrfamilyguy36 2 years, 6 months ago
+30 | +37 / -7

This show is awesome. 6/5

Posted by Suzicueball 8 months ago
+29 | +40 / -11

I only love the original cast seasons. After that I can't enjoy them as much but it is still good. I miss John Ritter. I didn't realize how much he carried the show. It would not have succeeded without him. Crazy old school talking shxt on the cool one liners lmao ! Classic. I love it .

Posted by zzzroc2005 2 years, 11 months ago
+26 | +33 / -7

Love the show and grew up watching them. No matter how many tines I've seen an episode, I always will watch again. R.I.P. John Ritter and your Father that was in a lot of Westerns, Tex Ritter.

Posted by drizzt82 3 years, 1 month ago
+26 | +32 / -6

can't get enough of this show!!!

Posted by Trudelles 3 years, 2 months ago
+21 | +27 / -6

One of my all time favorites! There was a short season of Three's a Crowd as well, when Jack and Vicky began living together. It's actually really good, I love John Ritter, may he rest in peace. Awesome sitcom!! 10/10

Posted by Living_in_Screens 3 years, 3 months ago
+18 | +24 / -6

Talk about classics, this got me into sitcoms. The chemistry among the cast is great. I started watching this late at night on Nickelodeon as a youngster. Part of my childhood. Love this show.

Posted by theangelamber 4 years, 1 month ago
+17 | +22 / -5

I've been catching the reruns on Nick at Nite or Tvland. I just adore this show. John Ritter was so hilarious. I wish there were some better links posted though. The show is a 10/10

Posted by mrfamilyguy36 3 years, 6 months ago
+15 | +21 / -6

this show is just amazing

Posted by syfy_guy 4 years, 3 months ago
+15 | +19 / -4

Top Notch Funny. I grew up watching this show back in the day. Love this show much. BUST A GUT ha ha 5/5

Posted by drizzt82 3 years, 11 months ago
+14 | +20 / -6

this is a classic! brings back many memories...my parents used to cover my ears sometimes during the show lol

Posted by luvmovies2 4 years, 2 months ago
+14 | +19 / -5

this brings back memories! showed this everyday when i was little

Posted by F1RZT2BOMB 5 years, 8 months ago
+14 | +18 / -4

lol funny show stanley and helen alwayz crack me up

Posted by TuckerCalhoun 4 years, 6 months ago
+13 | +18 / -5

John Ritter, Michael Richards, and Jim Carey are some of the funniest physical comedians. Chevy Chase gets a honorable metnion too.

Posted by king12 5 years ago
+11 | +16 / -5

one of my all time favorite shows outstanding plz post every episode too this awesome classic show thanks

Posted by shrnshere 5 years, 4 months ago
+10 | +14 / -4

Thank you so much for posting my favorite show!!! I cant wait to see the rest.

Posted by Raptor25rs 5 years, 1 month ago
+9 | +12 / -3

can you please finish uploading season 7 and 8

Posted by lmcurry1 5 years, 1 month ago
+8 | +13 / -5

Please upload "Double Trouble", "Terri Makes Her Move", and "The Best of Three's Company Part 2".

Posted by F1RZT2BOMB 5 years, 8 months ago
+6 | +11 / -5

we need season 1,6,7,8

Posted by kevins91163 5 years, 8 months ago
+4 | +4 / -0

miss you john, Funny man

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