This spinoff from "Three's Company" follows Stanley and Helen Roper, the owners of a new condo in a ritzy neighborhood. His neighbor, balding realtor Jeffrey P. Brooks III, felt that the earthy Roper was downgrading the neighborhood. Helen Roper, socially aspiring but ever frustrated by Stanley's crass ways, found a supporting friend in Jeffrey's wife, Anne.
Ethel attempts to retrieve a valuable horse-shaped vase from the Ropers.
Helen bugs Stanley into looking for a new house, though Stanley wants a mobile home. They end up purchasing a condo in Cheviot Hills, where the Brookeses are introduced.
Stanley prepares a surprise birthday party for Helen with help from former tenants Jack, Janet and Chrissy. But when Jeffrey spies in on Janet and Chrissy giving Stanley disco lessons, he jumps to the wrong conclusion.Watch Now:Amazon
Stanley pays Brookes' nephew $50 to take Jenny out on a date.
Larry visits and tries to sell the Ropers a mobile home.
A man introduces himself as Stanley's son from an affair many years ago.
Stanley thinks he's dying when results from his doctor don't come right away.
The Ropers find out that an 18-year-old woman has been living in their storeroom for weeks.
Stanley locks himself out of the house in nothing but his underwear while Helen is attending a posh party next door.
Stanley fears Helen will ignore him if they adopt a child. But when a social worker says they're to old to adopt, he raises her spirits by giving her a dog.
The Ropers and Brookeses feud on David's and Helen's birthday.
When Stanley goes to his brother-in-law Hubert's office to get a job, he finds two tickets for Hubert and his secretary to Acapulco.
When Stanley buys a new living-room suite from his friend Joey and has his old furniture hauled away, he finds out the furniture once belonged to Helen's sister, Ethel.
Jeffrey's hobo uncle comes for a visit.
Helen and Stanley visit a marriage counselor after Helen finds love letters that Stanley wrote to a mysterious woman named Doris.
When Stanley accidentally sets the Ropers' kitchen on fire, Brookes thinks the cause was faulty wiring. Fearing this may threaten condo sales, Brookes invites the Ropers to stay with his family.
For the Ropers' 23rd wedding anniversary, Stanley buys an antique clock. But Helen comes to believe it had been stolen from the Brookeses, so she sneaks into their condo to return the clock.
When Helen sells one of the townhouses, the Brookeses buy her an organ as commission.
Mother Roper holds a wake at the Ropers' house to discuss her will, complete with presents.
Stanley's men's magazines are accidentally donated to a church rummage sale.