History YMMV / ThreesCompany

18th Jul '17 10:12:23 AM glickmam
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* RecycledScript: An early episode had the roommates trying to hide a recently adopted pet from Mr. Roper. Towards the end of the series' run, a similar plot (with a different animal, Mr. Furley and Terri) was used. John Ritter himself later acknowledged the trope said that this was when he realized the series was starting to run out of ideas.

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* RecycledScript: An early episode had the roommates trying to hide a recently adopted pet from Mr. Roper. Towards the end of the series' run, a similar plot (with a different animal, Mr. Furley and Terri) was used. John Ritter himself later acknowledged the trope and said that this was when he realized the series was starting to run out of ideas.
6th Jul '17 1:33:44 PM glickmam
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Loni Anderson, Creator/JamesCromwell (as a cop in Season 2), Lauri Hendler, and John Larroquette (as a cop in Season 3) appeared on the show early in their careers.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Loni Anderson, Creator/JamesCromwell (as a cop in Season 2), Lauri Hendler, RetroactiveRecognition:
** In addition to their work on ''Series/ThreesCompany'', developers and executive producers Don Nicholl, Michael Ross, and Bernie West are also best known as creators and executive producers of ''Series/TheJeffersons''.
** David Mirkin wrote seven episodes. Mirkin is best known as co-creator and co-executive producer of ''Series/GetALife''.
** Roger Shulman
and John Larroquette (as a cop in Season 3) appeared on the show early in their careers.Baskin wrote four episodes and served as producers. Both are best known as creators and executive producers of ''Series/CrazyLikeAFox''.
** John Boni wrote three episodes. Boni is best known for co-creating ''Series/WhenThingsWereRotten''.
** Neal Marlens wrote two episodes. Marlens is best known as creator and executive producer of ''Series/GrowingPains'' and co-creator and co-executive producer of ''Series/TheWonderYears'' and ''Series/{{Ellen}}''.
** Joyce Burditt wrote an episode. Burditt is best known for co-creating ''Series/DiagnosisMurder''.
** Howard Gewirtz also wrote an episode. Gewirtz is best known as creator and executive producer of ''Series/OliverBeene''.
** Mark Fink also wrote an episode. Fink is best known as co-creator and executive producer of ''Series/HangTime''.
** Prudence Fraser and Robert Sternin also wrote an episode. Both are best known as creators and executive producers of ''Series/TheCharmings'' and developers and executive producers of ''Series/TheNanny''.
4th Jun '17 6:26:42 PM azul120
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* HollywoodDateless : A mild example. It's strange when Janet complains about not having a date for the evening. She dates frequently but doesn't have a steady boyfriend through most of the series.

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* HollywoodDateless : HollywoodDateless: A mild example. It's strange when Janet complains about not having a date for the evening. She dates frequently but doesn't have a steady boyfriend through most of the series.



* ValuesDissonance : The gay jokes on the show are a little hard to watch through a modern lens.

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* ValuesDissonance : ValuesDissonance: The gay jokes on the show are a little hard to watch through a modern lens.
20th Nov '16 1:10:57 PM Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Loni Anderson, Lauri Hendler, and John Larroquette appeared on the show early in their careers.

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* RetroactiveRecognition: Loni Anderson, Creator/JamesCromwell (as a cop in Season 2), Lauri Hendler, and John Larroquette (as a cop in Season 3) appeared on the show early in their careers.
20th Nov '16 1:06:49 PM Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Loni Anderson, Lauri Hendler, and John Larroquette appeared on the show early in their careers.
20th Jul '16 8:51:10 PM shamblingdead2
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* HollywoodDateless : A mild example. It's strange when Janet complains about not having a date for the evening. She dates frequently but doesn't have a steady boyfriend through most of the series.
3rd Jul '16 12:21:29 AM shamblingdead2
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse : Mrs. Roper has a parakeet in the first season, and the gang gives her a puppy that Larry has manipulated them into taking. No mention is made of the pup after that episode, although it's a fair assumption she still has the parakeet.
2nd Jul '16 11:57:38 PM shamblingdead2
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* ValuesDissonance : The gay jokes on the show are a little hard to watch through a modern lens.
16th Jan '16 1:45:23 AM Mdumas43073
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* RecycledScript: An early episode had the roommates trying to hide a recently adopted pet from Mr. Roper. Towards the end of the series' run, a similar plot (with a different animal, Mr. Furley and Terri) was used. John Ritter himself later acknowledge the trope and felt this was when the series was starting to run out of ideas.

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* RecycledScript: An early episode had the roommates trying to hide a recently adopted pet from Mr. Roper. Towards the end of the series' run, a similar plot (with a different animal, Mr. Furley and Terri) was used. John Ritter himself later acknowledge acknowledged the trope and felt said that this was when he realized the series was starting to run out of ideas.
16th Jan '16 1:43:58 AM Mdumas43073
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* EarWorm: "Come and knock on our door..."
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