| Season Eight, Episode #3 |
#153 in Series
|Network/Country:||ABC-TV / USA|
|Air date||October 18, 1983|
|Written by||Arlan Gutenberg and Babette Wilk|
|Directed by:||Dave Powers|
|IMDB||The Money Machine|
|Guest stars:||Gerald Hiken ... as Brody |
Floyd Levine ... as Security Officer
Chuck Lindley as Bank guard
Daniel Greene ... as Police Officer
Anne Ramsey ... as Woman at bank
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The Money Machine was the third episode of Season 8 of Three's Company, the 153rd overall episode in the series. Written by Arlan Gutenberg and Babette Wilk, the episode was directed by Dave Powers. It first aired on ABC-TV on October 18, 1983.
Jack receives $1,000 by mistake from an automated cash machine. He hides it in the couch for the weekend, not realising that Mr. Furley is going to replace it that day.
The automated teller at the bank accidentally gives Jack $1,000 too much. Since it is the weekend, Jack leaves a message at the Bank explaining the situation and hides the money in the trio's couch. Later, Furley surprises the kids with a new couch but Jack is the astounded one when he finds the money has disappeared along with the old couch.
After buying the old couch back, Jack is panicked to find the money still missing. The bank security arrives to collect the money and when Furley walks in with expensive new clothes, they think he's the thief. The kids defend Furley, who calms them by saying he put the money in the new couch. When Furley discovers it's not in the new couch, he becomes more hysterical than the trio. Larry then enters with the money, clearing the whole matter up.