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  • Actors: John Ritter
  • Directors: Bernard West, Don Nicholl
  • Format: Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: May 3, 2005
  • Run Time: 625 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007WFXL2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,357 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Three's Company: Season 4" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Audio commentary for "Chrissy's Hospitality" with Chris Mann, author of "Come and Knock on Our Door"
  • Nancy Morgan Ritter interview, hosted by Joyce De Witt
  • Interviews with Don Knotts, Richard Kline, and Ann Wedgeworth
  • Casting Don Knotts
  • Casting Suzanne Somers
  • Best of Jack: Season Four
  • Best of Chrissy: Season Four
  • Best of Janet: Season Four
  • Best of Larry: Season Four
  • Best of Furley: Season Four
  • Featurettes: Casting Suzanne Somers; Casting Don Knotts
  • Season Four introduces Don Knotts as Mr. Furley

Editorial Reviews

4 Disc Collection containing all 25 Full Length episodes from Season Four-over 10 hours of content.

Customer Reviews

Picture quality is good and no errors.
B. Nguyen
Watching Threes Company is fun and if you loved it then, you'll still love it now.
Laura Taff
This show just makes me feel good everytime I watch it.
M. Bradley

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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Kendrik Lau on September 5, 2005
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For me, this classic sitcom came into its own during its fourth year.

While many lamented the Ropers' departure, Don Knotts' Ralph Furley was more than adequate enough replacement for the two. In fact, after the Ropers left, it was as if the entire show had a face lift and had new blood pumped into it.

Joyce DeWitt looked her best this year, trading in big hair and frumpy clothes for a short sexy spiky 'do and body hugging designer jeans. Richard Kline finally became a full-fledge regular, and last but not least was Ann Wedgeworth's Lana Shields, who practically steals every scene she was in.

The antics and zaniness was turn up to the nth degree in season four, mainly due to Suzanne Somer's Chrissy, who had de-evolve from someone who was just naive to someone who was so dumb you wonder how on earth did she ever get through the day, much less hold a job. But in any case, her radical transformation of the character generated some of the biggest and most memorable laughs in the series's history.

Sadly, the series' success got into Ms. Somer's head, and this year turn out to be the last full year she was with the show. One can only imagine how much more side splitting guffaws we would have if she had stay on with the show.

In any case, if there is one year which totally define THree's Company, Season Four is IT.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By RJ on May 8, 2005
Three's Company is my favorite show, no doubt, but for me it really kicked into high gear when Mr. Furley moved in as the new landlord. I thought his brand of physical comedy was better suited to the show than the Ropers' (who were also great, in their own way) one-liners. The production values also seemed to improve. This is a great collection and the cast really seemed to gel this season. The two episodes with Dr. Prescott are among the best in the show's history. I wonder why he wasn't written into more episodes. And you can't help but laugh when Jack and Chrissy get handcuffed together. The extras are really nice; great to see the original cast interviewed after all these years - but no Suzanne Somers? Jeez, bury the hatchet already!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Laura Taff on November 26, 2005
John Ritter is the only celebrity that I have cried for when he passed. After growing up watching Three's Company it felt like he was an old friend. Watching Threes Company is fun and if you loved it then, you'll still love it now. It never stops being funny no matter how many times you watch it. He was just the most classic "Funny guy" and will always be the best in my heart. This Season is full of funny episodes, and it introduces Don Knotts as the new landlord. There are also great insights in the commentary, and in the interviews with the cast.

I do wish they would have interviewed Suzanne Somers, but I understand why they did not. I recommend ALL the seasons of Threes Company. If you are a true blue fan, they do not dissapoint.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L P on July 20, 2011
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4-01 Jack on the Lam:
Thinking the FBI is after him, Jack dresses as a woman to elude them.

4-02 Love Thy Neighbor:
Jack takes a job as an escort to make some quick cash and finds that his first client wants more than just dinner.

4-03 The New Landlord:
The girls mistake the new landlord Mr. Furley who approaches them at the Beagle for a sleazy old man.

4-04 Snow Job:
Chrissy decides to quit her job after a one time success as a cosmetics salesperson.

4-05 Jack the Ripper:
Tied of being pushed around, Jack takes some self help lessons in how to stand up to people and say no.

4-06 The Life Saver:
After saving a man in a restaurant from choking, the girls and Jack are offered to live in the Paradise Towers rent free for one year.

4-07 Old Folks at Home:
The roommates decide to take in a homeless old man who shows up at their door.

4-08 A Camping We Will Go:
In order to get with an aspiring actress, Larry asks her to join him and the "famous movie director" Jack Tripper in his cabin in the woods. Before they know it, everyone is in on the camping trip.

4-09 Chrissy's Hospitality:
When Chrissy hits her head and has to go to the hospital, Jack and Janet mistake the doctor's laughing that brought tears to his eyes as him crying because Chrissy is about to die.

4-10 The Loan Shark:
Chrissy gets a loan from a loan shark to make up for the fact that she threw Jack's government check away. The only way Jack can repay the debt is by giving the shark's sensuous wife cooking lesson.

4-11 The Love Barge:
Jack gets a job on a cruise ship and can only take one person with him. An ugly rivalry between Chrissy and Janet develops.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Walter Jones on April 11, 2005
Season 4 marks the debut of Don Knotts as "The New Landlord" Ralph Furley. Knotts replaces Norman Fell and Audra Lindley who spun off "The Ropers." Also, Ann Wedgeworth joins the cast as Lana Shields, the sexy divorcee. Although Mr. Furley tries to get Lana several times, she only has eyes for Jack Tripper. Sadly, however, Lana would have the shortest run of any character on the show, lasting for only this season. "A Black Letter Day" is the last episode which she appears in, and no storyline or reason is ever given which explains her departure. Also this season, Richard Kline is added to the opening credits as a regular cast member. One of the funniest scenes this season is the hammock scene in the episode "A Camping We Will Go." At the end of this season, Jack graduates cooking school, however it almost doesn't happen because of a dishonest student switching his dish with Jack's. This is Suzanne Somers' last full season on the show. A victim of her own greed, she will soon be gone.
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