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Three's Company: Season 7
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- Commentary on two episodes
- "Don Knotts: A Tribute" featurette
- "Parlez-Vous Threes Company?" featurette
- Best of Jack: Season Seven
- Best of Janet: Season Seven
- Best of Terri: Season Seven
- Best of Larry: Season Seven
- Booklet with Detailed Liner Notes
Top Customer Reviews
Tribute to RF is a 25 minute compilation of clips showing Don Knotts at his best. Sad that it doesn't feature any cast tributes like John Ritter's did. But the clips cover all the seasons RF was on the show and demonstrate just what a master he was.
Parlez vous Threes Company is ten minutes of the pilot episode sometimes in French and sometimes in English. Nice to see, but you won't watch it more than once.
Two Audio Commentaries from Richard Kline(Larry)!!!!!!! Worth the price on their own. Good to see a main character doing these commentaries. Excellent.
Season seven best of Jack, Janet, Terry, and Larry.....regular feature on the other box sets, and good if you need a quick fix of your favorite character, but not as good as just putting on an episode.
This is a knock out season that sees the plot moving forward with the opening of Jack's Bistro (so less scenes in the apartment). But the best change over season six is that the fun is spread through out the cast, you even see Larry carrying some episodes (including the excellent "Impossible Dream" for which he provides a commentary).
This is a must own seaon for fans of the show (or just fans of classic comedy) and while the extras are less than totally satisfying, it is a must have!!!!!
Infact, Three's Company/Three's a Crowd is number 21 on the Top 100 Series of All Time up until the 2002-2003 season.
During this season Jack will get his own restaurant called Jack's Bistro, specializing in French cuisine.
The Seventh season consist of 22 episodes and they are as follows:
129- A Night to Remember - Aired 9/28/82
130- Jack Goes to the Dentist - Aired 10/12/82
131- Diamond Jack - Aired 10//19/82
132- Extra, Extra - Aired 10/26/82
133- Jack gets His - Aired 11/9/82
134- Opening Night - Aired 11/16/82
135- Cousin Cuisine - Aired 11/23/82
136- An Affair to Forget - Aired 11/30/82
137- The Brunch - Aired 12/7/82
138- The Impossible Dream - Aired 12/14/82
139- Breaking Up is Hard to Do - Aired 1/3/83
140- Larry's Sister - Aired 1/11/83
141- Bob & Carol & Larry & Terri - Aired 1/18/83
142- Going to Pot - Aired 2/1/83
143- Star Struck - Aired 2/15/83
144- Jack Goes the Distance - Aired 2/22/83
145- Jack's Double Date - Aired 3/1/83
146- Janet's Little Helper - Aierd 3/15/83
147- The Apartment - Aired 3/22/83
148- Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow - Aired 4/5/83
149- Navy Blues - Aired 5/3/83
150- Borrowing Trouble - Aired 5/10/83
Thanks for reading my review, and have a nice day :)
With one season to go its all been worth waiting for.It was interesting to hear the weird theme song at the beginning of this season.
Jack got his Bistro up and running here and there was quite a few good laughs in the process.
Terri was settling in well in this season,her humor was great.She realy fit in well in this series,had some big shoes to fill.
Janet was at her usual witty best.Mr Furly and Larry continued to add a heap of fun to this show.
Then of coarse comes the master comedian Jack.Its a pity this series didnt go for another 8 seasons.After season 8 gets released,thats it,all we can do is replay the whole series over and over,which is what i do.
I suppose if Three's a Crowd gets released i might get it,only because of John Ritter.I do remember it being shown here in 1985,but it just didnt spark as well as Three's Company.
I would like to thank Anchor Bay for this fantastic release of this series.The quality of the episodes is clear.They have done a brilliant job here.
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talk about asatire that includes incompetence,naivete',and more!AAAAAAAY,Ritter,that's cool!Published 2 months ago by Nickel Speaks
I received the six DVD seasons quickly, however the case for season 7 was badly broken, and the case for season 8 was somewhat broken. I have not yet played the DVD's. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Teacher
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I'm 35 and have loved Three's Company since I was a kid. I just introduced Three's Company to two little sisters, 7 and 9, and they love the show very much, especially since John Ridder playes the voice of her favorite cartoon charcter, Clifford the Big Red Dog.
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