| Season Eight, Episode #20 |
#170 in Series
Jack, who's terrified of flying meets his future live-in soulmate, stewardess Vicky Bradford, who comforts him on his return flight from San Francisco.
|Network/Country:||ABC-TV / USA|
|Air date||15 March 1984|
|Written by||George Burditt, Michael Ross and Bernie West|
|Directed by:||Dave Powers|
|IMDB||Cupid Works Overtime|
|Guest stars:||David Ruprecht ... as Phillip Dawson |
Mary Cadorette ... as Vicky Bradford
Robert Mandan ... as James Bradford
Dorothy Patterson ... as Little Old Lady
John Martin .. as Rex
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Cupid Works Overtime is the twentieth episode of Season 8 of Three's Company, and the 170th overall episode in the series. Written by George Burditt, Michael Ross and Bernie West, the episode was directed by Dave Powers. It first aired 15 March 1984 on ABC-TV.
While flying home from San Francisco, Jack, who is terrified of flying, is comforted by an attractive young stewardess, Vicky Bradford. Although Jack spills a drink on her and gets them both locked in the restroom, Vicky agrees to meet Jack for dinner at his restaurant that evening. Shortly after she arrives, her father, James Bradford, shows up, and after intimidating Jack, whisks her off to a previous engagement and her date, Roger. As a depressed Jack closes his bistro, Vicky returns and tells Jack, who has been thinking about her all evening, that she has been thinking about him all evening too. The next morning Janet tells Jack that she is engaged to Phillip.