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If you grew up watching sitcoms in the late ’70s and early ’80s, chances are you’re familiar with Three’s Company. This iconic show starred John Ritter, Joyce DeWitt, Suzanne Somers, and later Priscilla Barnes and Jenilee Harrison as three single roommates who shared a Santa Monica apartment and frequently got into all kinds of hilarious misunderstandings. The sitcom was based on a British sitcom called Man About the House and ran for eight seasons on ABC from 1977 to 1984.

Three’s Company was a comedy classic that pushed the envelope with its risqué humor, sexual innuendo, and physical slapstick. It also featured memorable characters like the nosy landlords Mr. and Mrs. Roper (played by Norman Fell and Audra Lindley), the sleazy used-car salesman Larry Dallas (played by Richard Kline), and the goofy building manager Ralph Furley (played by the legendary Don Knotts).


Behind the scenes of this hit series, there were many secrets, scandals, mistakes, and bloopers that you may not know about. From contract disputes to wardrobe malfunctions to production errors, Three’s Company had its share of drama and comedy off-camera as well as on.

In this video, we’ll reveal some of the most surprising facts about Three’s Company that will make you see this beloved sitcom in a whole new light. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just curious about what went on behind closed doors, you’ll want to watch on and find out more about this iconic show.

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