Tribute to RF is a 25 minute compilation of clips showing Don Knotts at his best. Sad that it doesn’t feature any cast tributes like John Ritter’s did. But the clips cover all the seasons RF was on the show and demonstrate just what a master he was.
Parlez vous Threes Company is ten minutes of the pilot episode sometimes in French and sometimes in English. Nice to see, but you won’t watch it more than once.
Two Audio Commentaries from Richard Kline(Larry)!!!!!!! Worth the price on their own. Good to see a main character doing these commentaries. Excellent.
Season seven best of Jack, Janet, Terry, and Larry…..regular feature on the other box sets, and good if you need a quick fix of your favorite character, but not as good as just putting on an episode.
This is a knock out season that sees the plot moving forward with the opening of Jack’s Bistro (so less scenes in the apartment). But the best change over season six is that the fun is spread through out the cast, you even see Larry carrying some episodes (including the excellent “Impossible Dream” for which he provides a commentary).
This is a must own seaon for fans of the show (or just fans of classic comedy) and while the extras are less than totally satisfying, it is a must have!!!!!
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The Seventh Season is still on top on the Nielsen Rating (The Nielsen Rating is the percent of all TV-equipped homes tuned to the program on an average night, as measured by Nielsen Media Research), ranking 6th out of the best 30 TV shows getting 21.2% of viewers.
Infact, Three’s Company/Three’s a Crowd is number 21 on the Top 100 Series of All Time up until the 2002-2003 season.
During this season Jack will get his own restaurant called Jack’s Bistro, specializing in French cuisine.
The Seventh season consist of 22 episodes and they are as follows:
129- A Night to Remember – Aired 9/28/82
130- Jack Goes to the Dentist – Aired 10/12/82
131- Diamond Jack – Aired 10//19/82
132- Extra, Extra – Aired 10/26/82
133- Jack gets His – Aired 11/9/82
134- Opening Night – Aired 11/16/82
135- Cousin Cuisine – Aired 11/23/82
136- An Affair to Forget – Aired 11/30/82
137- The Brunch – Aired 12/7/82
138- The Impossible Dream – Aired 12/14/82
139- Breaking Up is Hard to Do – Aired 1/3/83
140- Larry’s Sister – Aired 1/11/83
141- Bob & Carol & Larry & Terri – Aired 1/18/83
142- Going to Pot – Aired 2/1/83
143- Star Struck – Aired 2/15/83
144- Jack Goes the Distance – Aired 2/22/83
145- Jack’s Double Date – Aired 3/1/83
146- Janet’s Little Helper – Aierd 3/15/83
147- The Apartment – Aired 3/22/83
148- Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow – Aired 4/5/83
149- Navy Blues – Aired 5/3/83
150- Borrowing Trouble – Aired 5/10/83
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In Season 7, the character of Cindy is gone(Jenilee Harrison was written out after season 6). This season begins with Jack accompanying Janet for dinner with another man, even though he is under the weather. Later that night, at home, Jack, who is now smashed, ends up breaking Janet’s vase, and through misunderstanding, believes he has taken advantage of her. Also this season, Jack, a professional chef finally achieves his lifelong dream of owning his own restaurant, courtesy of Mr. Angelino. Some other moments from this season include Jack visiting Terri’s dentist boyfriend, Terri being fixed up with a convicted murderer, and Jack donning a fake moustache. A great season, and only 1 to go!