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Three's Company: Season 6 [DVD] [1981] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful
may John Ritter rest in peace - his TV legacy will live forever 15 Mar. 2006
By JGC - Published on Amazon.com
John Ritter (may he rest in peace) was the star of "Three's Company." He was always such a perfect comic actor because both his slapstick and deadpan expressions could make even the most serious viewer laugh hysterically. Jack has always been my very favorite character of this series. And even though Mr. Ritter has passed away way too soon his legacy will live forever.

I used to watch the repeats of "Three's Company" as a little child and I always felt like I was watching a "grown up show." Twenty years later it doesn't seem "risque" or sexually charged like most primteime (and unimaginative) sitcoms are today. However, "Three's Company" was a pioneer in the sexual revolution of modern American television, because they were able to push the envelop of submission just a little further each week. But it is also a very funny, classic, sitcom that the entire family can watch. It is unfortunate that "Three's Company" never really got the respect it deserved. Although Jenilee Harrison and Priscilla Barnes are excellent, it is also unfortunate that by the 6th season Suzanne Somers was long gone.

There are a total of TWENTY-SEVEN episodes from Season 6!!

Here is a list of all the episodes with original air dates:

Jack Bares All (a.k.a. Oh, Nurse) (1) First aired: 10/6/1981
Before Cindy's going away party, Jack meets Terri at the hospital and they do not hit it off. Larry vows to Jack that they'll get Terri to leave once he finds out that Janet takes in Terri as a new roommate.

Jack Bares All (a.k.a. Oh, Nurse) (2) First aired: 10/6/1981
Terri tries her best to warm up to Jack, which proves to be totally unsuccessful. Eventually Jack learns that Terri is a kind and sweet person who he is lucky to have as roommate.

Terri Makes Her Move First aired: 10/13/1981.
Terri moves in, and because of Larry's double-talk tries to get Jack in the sack.

Professor Jack First aired: 10/27/1981
Jack is giving cooking lessons to raise some money and Terri mistakes them as love lessons. I think this is such an over-the-top episode, one of the funniest from Season 6. BTW, has anyone ever heard of "love lessons"?

Some of That Jazz First aired: 11/3/1981
Jack comes to the rescue when Janet meets an unscrupulous ballet dancer.

Lies My Roommate Told Me First aired: 11/10/1981
The elusive Greedy Gretchen makes her debut in this episode when Jack lies to Janet so he can date Greedy.

Two Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest First aired: 11/17/1981
Jack and Janet panic when they think that Terri's doctor friend is a mental patient.

Eyewitness Blues First aired: 11/24/1981
Jack witnessed a robbery and now wants protective custody to save him when the criminal returns.

Boy Meets Dummy First aired: 12/1/1981
Jack has a date with Mr. Angelino's daughter against her father's wishes.

Dates of Wrath First aired: 12/8/1981
When Bob the bartender hits it off with Terry, Janet has a temper-tantrum. This is another "ugly duckling" Janet episode.

Macho Man First aired: 12/15/1981
While taking fighting lessons from Terri, Jack accidentally tackles an undercover cop; BTW didn't this happen in the first season?

Strangers in the Night First aired: 1/5/1982
With Larry's help (apparently in this ep Larry can sing), Jack goes to a woman's apartment to sing to her, but sings for the wrong women (an older lady)! When the big mama comes to Jacks apartment Jack shows her some kindness and affection; why can't men really be like this?

The Matchbreakers First aired: 1/12/1982
Mr. Furley falls in love with a golddigger.

The Holy Guest (a.k.a. Oh, Nun) First aired: 1/19/1982
Jack thinks that a friend of Terri's who's a nun has designs on him, he is very wrong though.

Maid to Order First aired: 1/26/1982
To help give Cindy a job, the trio agree to hire her as their maid but with catastophic results. A rarely written ep from Season 6 because Cindy did not have a "walk on" part.

Hearts and Flowers First aired: 2/2/1982
Janet's new boss, Bobbi drives her NUTS.

Urban Plowboy First aired: 2/9/1982
The gang hides out at Cindy's aunt's farm because Larry got Jack into trouble, again.

A Friend in Need First aired: 2/16/1982
Jack agrees to help a friend by posing as a head chef in Mr. Angelino's restaurant.

Jack's 10 First aired: 2/23/1982
Denise is a snob that promises to "keep Jack on a short leash once we're married..."

Doctor in the House First aired: 3/2/1982
With Terri's help, Jack pretends he is a doctor to impress his grandfather. The look on Mr. Furley's face when he finds out Jack is the doctor is worth the cost of this DVD set alone!

Critic's Choice First aired: 3/9/1982
Jack tries to win praise from a food critic, who's a skirt-chasing lush.

Paradise Lost First aired: 3/16/1982
Terri lines up a fancy new house for the trio to move into but the arrangements fall trough.

And Now Here's Jack First aired: 3/23/1982
Jack gets his own cooking show and hires the girls as his kitchen helpers.

Janet Wigs Out First aired: 4/6/1982
Janet wears a blonde wig to improve her looks.

Up in the Air First aired: 5/4/1982
Janet needs a date to impress a new rich man (Barry Williams aka Johnny Bravo) she met and asks Jack to escort her.

Mate for Each Other First aired: 5/11/1982
Decades before match and eharmony, Jack and Janet sign up for a computer dating service and wind up dating each other!

The Best of Three's Company (1) First aired: 5/18/1982
Lucille Ball hosts this special about Three's Company and what makes the show a great comedic success. Lots of clips are included.

The Best of Three's Company (2) First aired: 5/18/1982
Lucille Ball shows clips and moments from the past six years of Three's Company. John Ritter shows up at the end and describes the show out of character.
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Welcome Priscilla! 5 Jan. 2006
By andy8047 - Published on Amazon.com
The 1981-82 season,the sixth for Three's Company,began a little later than usual due to a writers' strike. Fortunately,the strike didn't last as long as the actors' strike that delayed the beginning of the previous season. Suzanne Somers,one of the original TC cast,was officially fired after 1980-81 although Jennilee Harrison filled Somers' shoes as the roommate of Jack Tripper(the late John Ritter) and Janet Wood(Joyce DeWitt) in the middle of that season. In 1981-82,Cindy Snow,Chrissy's beautiful but clumsy cousin played by Harrison,moved out of apartment 201 to study veterinary medicine at UCLA(University of California at Los Angeles). So Jack and Janet throw her a farewell party. Guests included upstairs neighbor Larry Dallas(Richard Kline),landlord Ralph Furley(Don Knotts),and Jack's and Janet's not-yet-moved-in roommate Terri Alden(Priscilla Barnes). Also Jack went back to work at Angelino's Restaurant(he was fired after one shift under a different name in the previous season). Jack rejoined his boss Frank Angelino(Jordan Charney,playing the role recurringly) and Felipe Gomez(Gino Conforti,also playing the role recurringly). Jack injured his finger in Angelino's kitchen and was sent to Wilshire Memorial Hospital. He was placed under the care of a beautiful nurse who gives him a tetanus shot. Here's where Jack and Terri meet. Terri is that nurse. At first,Jack didn't want to be roommates with Terri after how she treated him. But Jack changes his mind at the party. Cindy regularly visited apartment 201 when she wasn't at UCLA. Here's what else we see this season: When Terri moves in,her parents and sister drop by to see the apartment. Also,she tries to perform as best she could on her violin(she was studying the instrument). I thought it sounded awful! Janet almost becomes a professional dancer(she quit working at Arcade Florists and later came back). She was sexually harrassed by her male instructor. The trio spend the weekend at Cindy's aunt's farm. Terri on a dinner date with a co-worker,a psychiatrist who Jack and Janet thought was a "looney bin" patient. Jack ends up in jail because he unknowingly set a wanted criminal free. Jack serenades a southern belle with the aid of Larry and two guitars. Jack's healthy grandfather,who Jack thought was terminally ill,visits the trio and Wilshire for treatment from Jack(the grandfather thought Jack was an M.D.). Also there's a two-part retrospective entitled "The Best of Three's Company",hosted by the late Lucille Ball. We also see Ritter and Ball meeting. Ritter was a longtime admirer of the star of the 1950's sitcom I LOVE LUCY. After this season,Harrison was written out and her character was never mentioned again. I dedicate this item to the memory of Ritter(September 17,1948-September 11,2003).
26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Priscilla Barnes Saves Show From Cancellation 11 Jan. 2006
By Perry R. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
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Underestimated Priscilla Barnes saves show from cancellation. If you look at the first few shows, you will see that Priscilla Barnes has a stronger part in Three's Company than in the later seasons and episodes. Why? I didn't know why until I saw the special E years later. Priscilla Barnes was not happy with the producers and wanted out of the show. Instead of having a public fiasco like Miss Suzanne Somers did, Barnes decided to honor her contract. However, Barnes' part became less substantial in the last two seasons due to: Number one, Barnes unhappiness with show and Number two, Barnes' producers unhappiness with Barnes. According to Barnes' interview, the producers reduced her salary for not offering to renew her contract when it expires. As a result, the show lost its magic in seasons 7 and 8. Sexy Priscilla Barnes became third party to John Ritter and Joyce Dewitt. However, Priscilla Barnes was the Marilyn Monroe who saved the series. The best episodes were the first ones when Jack has to go to the hospital and meets Terri, who he likes, and she rejects him. Then later, he rejects her and humuliates her in public when there is a threat she will become his new roommate due to Janet's liking. Also, we have the episode where Terri thinks Jack is a hustler. Other highlights, Jack sees a robber, Terri brings home a date, who Jack and Janet thinks came from a mental hospital, the Lucille Ball special, one of her last appearances, hosts the one hour retrospective of the last 6 years of Three's Company. This is a great season. I can only thank the talented, sexy, Priscilla Barnes. I love Suzanne Somers but like Priscilla Barnes almost as much. If Priscilla Barnes didn't have the war with her producers, the ill-fated "Three's A Crowd" would never have transpired. John Ritter wanted a new show, Priscilla Barnes wanted out, and only poor Joyce Dewitt wanted the show to continue. Enjoy this dvd set because it is the best one after Somers but declines afterwards.
26 of 32 people found the following review helpful
The Debut of Terri Alden 21 Mar. 2006
By Andre LeBlanc - Published on Amazon.com
I've always loved Three's Company for its ability to replace characters and still remain entertaining and memorable. As popular as Suzanne Somers was on the show, I always enjoyed Priscilla Barnes more. Terri Alden is every bit as attractive as Chrissy Snow and much more intelligent. It's a shame Priscilla Barnes was not happy with her experience on this show, because she truly made this season special. Don Knotts, John Ritter, and Joyce DeWitt continue to deliver wonderful performances as Mr. Furley, Jack, and Janet. Several reviewers have said this was one of the best seasons of Three's Company. I agree with them completely.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The phoenix season of Three's Company 20 Mar. 2006
By Greekfreak - Published on Amazon.com
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Most people will agree that Three's Company lost quite a bit of their magic chemistry (pertaining to the cast) when Suzanne Somers was dropped from the show, only to be replaced by the pretty (yet horrible) Jennilee Harrison. Although the ratings of the show improved somewhat during the fifth season, the writing just wasn't up to snuff anymore.

Enter Priscilla Barnes.

The antithesis of the 'Chrissy' character, 'Terri Alden' brings a new vitality and dramatic pathos to what could have been another empty-headed part. This season ends up on another high due to the total package of the cast, writing, and the crew. Some of the best television of all time can be found on this set, including "Macho Man", "Two Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest", "Maid To Order", and particularly "Up In The Air", which garnered John Ritter his first deserved Emmy.

Those who claim the show 'jumped the shark' during this season have their eyes shut and their ears gummed up. By the end of this season, you can tell that the whole of the cast has their parts down cold.
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