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"The Best of Three's Company: Part 2"
Season Six, Episode #28
#128 in Series
Series: Three's Company
Network/Country: ABC-TV / USA
Air date May 18, 1982
Production code
Written by George Burditt, Michael Ross, and Bernie West
Directed by: Dave Powers
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Cast Information
Starring: John Ritter
Joyce DeWitt
Priscilla Barnes
Don Knotts
Richard Kline
Guest stars: Guest host:
Lucille Ball ... as Narrator
Appearing in previous episode footage:
Norman Fell ... as Stanley Roper
Audra Lindley ... as Helen Roper
Suzanne Somers ... as Chrissy Snow
Jenilee Harrison ... as Cindy Snow
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The Best of Three's Company: Part 2 was the 28th episode of Season 6 of Three's Company, the 128th overall episode in the series, as well as the Season 6 finale episode. Written by Budd Grossman, the episode was directed by Dave Powers. It first aired on ABC-TV on May 18, 1982.

SynopsisEdit

Lucille Ball hosts a one-hour retrospective looking back at the previous six seasons of the series. Part one includes Jack's arrival in the apartment and how the roommates have adapted to one another.

StorylineEdit

In Part 2 of "The Best Of Three's Company," special guest host, Lucille Ball, points out the uniqueness of John Ritter's physical comedy. (He would have been right at home in the old silent films.) Lucy then recalls scenes that best describe the Ropers, Larry and Mr. Furley. Lucy then shows how important misunderstanding is to the comedy of "Three's Company." Next, John Ritter joins Lucy and gives her a one-word description of "Three's Company."

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