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"The Case of the Missing Blonde"
Season Five, Episode #21
#99 in Series
Series: Three's Company
Network/Country: ABC-TV / USA
Air date May 12, 1981
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Written by Michael S. Baser and Kim Weiskopf
Directed by: Dave Powers
IMDB The Case of the Missing Blonde
Cast Information
Starring: John Ritter
Joyce DeWitt
Don Knotts
Richard Kline
Guest starring: Jenilee Harrison ...as Cindy Snow
Alan Manson ... as Mr. Snow
Toni Berrell ... as Undercover Policewoman
Robert Riesel ... as Hotel Clerk
Brad Blaisdell ... Mike the Bartender
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The Case of the Missing Blonde is the 21st episode of Season 5 of Three's Company, and the 99th overall episode in the series.

Note: Alan Manson makes his second and final guest appearance on the series.

SynopsisEdit

Jack and Janet turn detectives when Cindy mysteriously vanishes and crazy clues indicate that their bouncy roommate has met with foul play.

Plot summaryEdit

Jack and Janet return from a late movie to discover that their roommate has disappeared. A broken heel on the living room rug points to a struggle. Then Mr. Furley arrives to complain about a terrible racket that took place earlier in the evening, Jack and Janet become increasingly uneasy. Furley volunteers to check for Cindy at The Regal Beagle, only to encounter another arresting blonde. After he fails to return, Larry is enlisted to search for the now-missing landlord. He too meets with trouble, but not before learning Cindy was last seen in tears, getting into a car with a strange older man.

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