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Three's a Crowd

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Three's a Crowd was a short-lived sitcom spinoff of Three's Company, starring John Ritter. It was based on the British TV series Robin's Nest, just as Three's Company had been based on a British series, Man About the House (Indeed, Robin's Nest had been a spin-off of Man About the House).

In Three's a Crowd, Jack Tripper from Three's Company lived with his girlfriend Vicky Bradford (played by Mary Cadorette), but her father {played by Robert Mandan) didn't approve of him and was constantly trying to disrupt their relationship.

Unlike the very popular Three's Company, which lasted eight seasons, Three's a Crowd was canceled after only one season. It was broadcast on the ABC network from September 1984 until the spring of 1985, with reruns appearing in primetime until September 10, 1985.

 

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Aired: September 25, 1984 - September 10, 1985

Cast: John Ritter, Mary Cadorette, Robert Mandan, Alan Campbell

Network: ABC

Genre: Sitcom

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Spinoff of: Three's Company

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