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"Star Struck"
Season Seven, Episode #15
#143 in Series
Series: Three's Company
Network/Country: ABC-TV / USA
Air date February 15, 1983
Production code
Written by Lewis Colick
Directed by: Dave Powers
IMDB Star Struck
Cast Information
Starring: John Ritter
Joyce DeWitt
Priscilla Barnes
Don Knotts
Richard Kline
Guest starring: Dennis Cole ... as Brett Wade
Joy Garrett ... as Shirley, Brett's date
Thomas Ryan ... as Bernie
John C. Becher ... as Mr. Gretski
Sheila Rogers ... as Marge Andrews
Paul Barselou ... as Man in Restaurant
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Star Struck was the 15th episode of Season 7 of Three's Company, the 143rd overall episode in the series. Written by Louis Colick, the episode was directed by Dave Powers. It first aired on ABC-TV on February 15, 1983.

SynopsisEdit

Terri is making plans for her wedding to a soap opera star, until Jack discovers that his sleazy reputation is well earned.

StorylineEdit

Terri meets a famous soap opera star, Brett Wade, who came to the hospital for treatment, and flips over him. Brett's manager decides Terri is just the kind of respectable girl to give Brett's sleazy reputation a facelift. Brett not only takes Terri out but also asks her to marry him. Jack, thinking Brett is only using a line to take advantage of her, tries to discourage Terri but when Brett sets the date; Jack's only recourse is to wish Terri happiness.

The next night, Brett turns up at Jack's Bistro with Shirley, a brassy blonde, and Jack discovers his convictions were right when he overhears Brett telling Shirley that as soon as his contract is renewed he'll annul his marriage to Terri. Jack manages to get Terri down to the Bistro where Terri discovers the actor's true character and breaks off with him.

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