| Season Five, Episode #2 |
#80 in Series
|Network/Country:||ABC-TV / USA|
|Air date||November 11, 1980|
|Written by||George Burditt|
|Directed by:||Dave Powers|
|IMDB||...And Justice for Jack|
Suzanne Somers (credit only)
|Guest starring:||Jan Sterling ... as Judge Sheffield |
Ellen Travolta ... as Mrs. Marconi
Steven Anderson ... as Higgins
Pamela McMyler ... as Ms. Callahan
David Trees ... as Virgil
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...And Justice for Jack is the second episode of Season Five of Three's Company, and the 80th overall episode of the series.
Jack's first day behind the grill at a diner heats up hilariously when his attractive boss tries to spice up her life.
When Jack gets a job in a diner, the woman owner so enjoys fondling him that she fires him when he tells her it makes him nervous. Jack gets a court hearing to try and get his job back, raising the issue of sexual harassment on the job. The lady judge thinks Jack is right but invited the advances by dressing and smelling the way he does. Jack withdraws the complaint when Furley goes to his defense because Jack is gay.
Note: Suzanne Somers does not appear in this episode.