Three's Company: Season 8

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Sep 27
1983

Jack, Be Quick

Jack’s girlfriend wants him to be a father to her child.

2 Oct 04
1983

She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

Jack finds a magazine quiz about secret loves and thinks that either Janet or Terri is in love with him. He then gets them both alone in a cabin to find out who the mystery lov…

3 Oct 18
1983

The Money Machine

Jack goes to an ATM machine and the machine goes haywire and spits out all of the money on Jack. He tries to get it back to the bank, but the bank is…

4 Oct 25
1983

Out on a Limb

Jack tries to get a scathing letter from a food critic who thinks has written a bad review about his restaurant.

5 Nov 01
1983

Alias Jack Tripper

Jack gets Larry to go out with Janet’s visiting friend because he already had a date planned.

6 Nov 08
1983

Hearing Is Believing

Jack goes out with a sex therapist and Janet thinks that she is a prostitute.

7 Nov 22
1983

Grandma Jack

Larry enters one of Jack’s recipes in a cooking contest which wins, but Jack finds out that the contest is open only to women. Jack dresses as a woman to enter a bake-off…

8 Nov 29
1983

Like Father, Like Son

Jack’s father comes to two, but Jack is mad at him because of all the heartache he had caused.

9 Dec 06
1983

The Odd Couples

Terri goes out with a doctor who happens to be married, and the roommates plan to have the wife catch her husband and Terri together.

10 Dec 13
1983

Now You See It, Now You Don't

Jack and Larry gambles with a lot of fake money, and they lose a lot.

11 Dec 20
1983

The Charming Stranger

The trio is suspicious of a new tenant, who they think is a jewel thief and a murderer. In actuality, he is a ventriloquist practicing for his act.

12 Jan 04
1984

Janet Shapes Up

Janet’s aerobics job seems to be in jeopardy, and Jack tries to go out with the female boss.

13 Jan 10
1984

Itching for Trouble

To help an old school chum save her marriage, Jack agrees to talk to her husband, a very jealous, big man. However, he learns she met with someone that day and now has poison…

14 Jan 17
1984

Baby, It's Cold Inside

When they surprise a burglar robbing the restaurant after store hours, Jack and Ralph are locked in the meat freezer by the thief.

15 Jan 24
1984

Look What I Found

After Jack finds a stray kitten and can’t keep it due to the no-pet clause, the trio leaves it at Mr. Furley’s doorstep. Mr. Furley is having fun until his brother…

16 Jan 31
1984

Jack's Tattoo

Jack’s navy buddies take him to a tattoo parlor while he’s drunk.

17 Feb 21
1984

Jack Takes Off

Jack helps out an art teacher by posing nude for her class.

18 Feb 28
1984

Forget Me Not

Jack smashes Janet’s new car and fakes amnesia to save his skin. The girls realize that Jack is fooling them and decides to get even with him.

19 Mar 08
1984

The Heiress (a.k.a. The Inheritance)

An old flower shop customer of Janet’s leaves her a little something in his will and his family tries to cut her out.

20 Mar 15
1984

Cupid Works Overtime

While flying, Jack gets a fear of heights and a stewardess named Vicki Bradford helps him out. They even go out for the first time, against her father’s wishes. Meanwhile…

21 Sep 18
1984

Friends and Lovers (1)

Jack and Vicky are really good together, despite Mr. Bradford’s objections. Janet and Philip get married in the apartment, and Jack wants Vicky to marry him as well.

22 Sep 18
1984

Friends and Lovers (2)

When Jack proposes to Vicky, Vicky turns him down cold. The reason is that she’s afraid of marriage because it might fail like her father’s did. They decide to live…

About Three's Company

A man shares an apartment with two women and pretends to be gay so the landlord won’t kick him out in this popular bedroom farce. Loaded with pratfalls and double entendres, and unapologetically silly, the sitcom was based on the British show `Man About the House.’ There were several cast changes, but it was the charm of—-and the chemistry among—-the three original leads that turned this into a huge success. The roommates’ landlords, ‘The Ropers,’ left for their own show in 1979.

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