The Best Episodes of Three's Company
Last Updated: May 31, 2019
A man pretends to be gay in order to share an apartment with two women in this legendary bedroom farce.
#1 - Cousin, Cuisine
Season 7 - Episode 7
Felipe's Mexican niece stays at the apartment, but the language barrier causes her to think Jack has proposed marriage.
#3 - Borrowing Trouble
Season 7 - Episode 22
When the girls and Larry stage a fake radio contest to give Jack money they mistakenly think he needs, Jack uses the sudden windfall to buy a new leather coat.
#4 - Look What I Found
Season 8 - Episode 15
The trio leaves a stray kitten at Mr. Furley's doorstep, but the gift threatens Furley's ability to pass an inspection ordered by his brother Bart.
#5 - Upstairs, Downstairs, Upstairs
Season 5 - Episode 1
Jack wears himself out trying to serve dinner in three places at once.
#6 - Diamond Jack
Season 7 - Episode 3
Jack's hot date at the roller rink slips him a surprise: a passel of diamonds that lands him in hot water with jewel thieves and police alike.
#7 - Going to Pot
Season 7 - Episode 14
Jack tries to help the police nab a corrupt health inspector, but the cops think they're busting Mr. Furley as a drug dealer.
#8 - A Man About the House
Season 1 - Episode 1
Janet Wood and Chrissy Snow, two attractive women, have a going away party for their roommate, Eleanor. While trying to find someone to share the rent with, they find party crasher Jack Tripper in their bathtub. They have their doubts at first but when they find out that Jack is a great cook, they want him to stay. The hardest part of this is trying to convince the landlords, Stanley and Helen Roper, that Jack is indeed good company.
#9 - Double Trouble
Season 5 - Episode 19
To date Furley's niece, Jack concocts the identity of a cowboy brother named Austin.
#10 - Strangers in the Night
Season 6 - Episode 12
Jack's dinner invitation delivered via serenade reaches the wrong girl.
#11 - A Friend in Need
Season 6 - Episode 18
Jack subs for Felipe at Angelino's but unwittingly becomes the favorite cook of a mobster with a spicy appetite.
#12 - Jack Goes to the Dentist
Season 7 - Episode 2
When Jack's dentist is dumped by Terri, Jack may have to pay the price.
#13 - Extra, Extra
Season 7 - Episode 4
The trio's living arrangements are mischaracterized in a newspaper article, causing the girls shame but making Jack a hero with his friends.
#14 - The Older Woman
Season 3 - Episode 14
Jack tells Janet and Chrissy that he's going out with an old woman. Janet and Chrissy thinks that it is roper's aunt after she shows up with his swimming trunks after Jack says that he went surfing with his new girlfriend.
#15 - Doctor in the House
Season 6 - Episode 20
Jack pretends he is a doctor to impress his grandfather.
#16 - Hearts and Flowers
Season 6 - Episode 16
Jack falls for Janet's new taskmaster, an efficiency expert sent to get the flower shop into shape.
#17 - And Now, Here's Jack
Season 6 - Episode 23
Jack's chance to cook on a live TV show turns into a disaster but makes him a celebrity chef at Angelino's.
#18 - Professor Jack
Season 6 - Episode 4
When Jack gives cooking lessons to raise extra money, Terri thinks he is giving love lessons.
#19 - Roper's Niece
Season 1 - Episode 3
Mr. Roper sets Jack up with his niece, who turns out to be very promiscuous in her way. Jack finds out that Mr. Roper set him up in order to turn him straight, and if he is, out he goes.
#21 - No Children, No Dogs
Season 1 - Episode 4
Larry Dallas, a slick car salesman, unloads a puppy on the trio. Knowing that Stanley doesn't allow pets, they try to hide it. The puppy is necesary for Chrissy's sleepwalking problem.
#23 - Jack Takes Off
Season 8 - Episode 17
Jack helps the object of his affection, an art teacher, by posing nude for her class.
#24 - Handcuffed
Season 4 - Episode 18
Chrissy borrows her policeman cousin's handcuffs and accidentally gets locked together with Jack who has a big date waiting for him.
#25 - The Impossible Dream
Season 7 - Episode 10
Jack affords Larry the chance to fulfill a dream as a singer, but at the expense of offending his customers.