Awesome / Three's Company

  • John Ritter's dance number in "Up In the Air" at a cocktail party where Jack is loopy from mixing tranquilizers to calm him on a small plane ride and alcohol at the party. It's a tour-de-force.
  • When Roper mocks gay people for being "interior decorators", Jack points out that some gays are also boxers. When Roper expresses doubt that a gay person would hit another guy, Jack says "Only if they make fun of us" and cracks his knuckles.
  • Also a Heartwarming Moment: In Season 6, Jack mistakenly serenades a woman named Bernice instead of his evil blonde girlfriend, Arabella (a stereotypical Southern belle). Bernice gives a speech about their romantic Meet Cute, and it's clear she Thinks Like a Romance Novel. In the next scene, when Arabella makes fun of Bernice, Jack stands up for Bernice and repeats her romantic speech, and then he kicks out Arabella.
    Arabella: I never want to see you again.
    Jack: Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn. [slams door]
  • One episode has a lonely old man spending time at the apartment, much to the chagrin of a woman trying to score with Jack. Said woman finally snaps at him when the two are alone in the living room, telling him that he's a nuisance and should leave, which he does. When Jack reenters the room, he asks where Leo went:
    Nancy: He left.
    Jack: He left?
    Nancy: I told him he was a nuisance.
    Jack: (angrily) You what?!
    Nancy: Come on now, who would you rather spend time with? Him, or me?
    Jack: (smiles) Oh, no contest. (glares) Get Out.