| Season Seven, Episode #14 |
#142 in Series
|Network/Country:||ABC-TV / USA|
|Air date||February 1, 1983|
|Written by||Shelley Zellman|
|Directed by:||Dave Powers|
|IMDB||Going to Pot|
|Guest stars:||Bill Cort ... as Mr. Sneff |
Robert Lussier ... as Walter Johnson
Burke Brynes ... as Sgt. Kent
Jeannetta Arnette ... as Detective Green
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Going to Pot was the 14th episode of Season 7 of Three's Company, the 142nd overall episode in the series. Written by Shelley Zellman, the episode was directed by Dave Powers. It first aired on ABC-TV on February 1, 1983.
When the Bistro's building inspector demands a bribe from Jack, Janet suggests that they tape the next conversation for evidence. The recording the police hear, however, is of Furley telling Jack he has the pot he wanted.
When Mr. Sneff, the building inspector, tells Jack he'll close down the Bistro unless Jack pays him a bribe, Jack is outraged. Janet suggests that Jack secretly tape the conversation so he'll have evidence for the police. While Janet is fiddling with the recorder, Furley comes in telling Jack he got the pot he wanted, meaning a terrine for the restaurant.
After meeting with Mr. Sneff, Jack hurries the tape to the police â€” who after hearing only the conversation with Furley, think they are going to break up a marijuana ring. A series of misunderstandings ensue but everything is finally straightened out when Larry arrives with the infamous "pot."