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Three's Company: Season 7 [4 Discs] [DVD]
  • SKU: 7839761
  • Release Date: 07/25/2006
  • 4.5 (2)
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Special Features

  • Don Knotts: A Tribute
  • Parlez-Vous Three's Company?
  • Best of Jack: Season Seven
  • Best of Janet: Season Seven
  • Best of Terri: Season Seven
  • Best of Larry: Season Seven
  • Audio commentary with Richard Kline
  • Closed Captioned


After all the backstage intrigues and cast changes that had weighed down the previous two seasons of Three's Company, the series regained its former popularity (and comic momentum) during season seven. While no longer the second highest-rated series in America, the show managed to remain comfortably in sixth place. John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt, and Priscilla Barnes are back as roommates Jack Tripper, Janet Wood, and Terri Alden, living chastely in the Santa Monica apartment building managed by neurotic Ralph Furley (Don Knotts). As before, the very macho Jack has gone to great pains to convince Furley that he is gay so that the landlord won't imagine that any sexual hanky-panky is occurring (not that any is occurring!). Richard Kline, in the supporting role of Jack's photographer pal Larry Dallas, has more to do this season than in previous years, though there is no doubt as to whom the series' real stars are. A few minor changes: Joyce DeWitt has yet another new hairdo, the apartment has been slightly redesigned (reflecting the production's move from Burbank Studios to CBS Television Center), and, after a brief period of work as chef for restauranteur Frank Angelino (Jordan Charney), Jack opens up his own place, Jack's Bistro. Season seven marks something of a milestone for Three's Company, as the series reaches its 150th episode, "Borrowing Trouble."

Cast & Crew

  • John Ritter - Jack Tripper
  • Joyce DeWitt - Janet Wood
  • Suzanne Somers - Chrissy Snow
  • Norman Fell - Stanley Roper
  • Audra Lindley - Helen Roper

Overall Customer Rating

4.5 (2 Reviews)
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