Melrose Place

Season 1 Episode 22

Three's a Crowd

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Aired Unknown Feb 03, 1993 on FOX
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Amanda, Billy and Alison spend the weekend at a lakeside cabin. Alison is concerned by Billy and Amanda's obvious attraction. She asks Billy not to date Amanda, as a break-up could hurt Alison's career. They decide to see each other behind her back, but Amanda later comes clean. Alison becomes angry with Billy for sharing her concerns with Amanda. She grows lonely and tries unsuccessfully to call Keith. Jake and Jo have a romantic evening and consummate their relationship. After spending the weekend together, they avoid one another because they are worried about the direction of the relationship. They agree to just relax and take things as they come. Matt is caught in the middle of Rhonda and Terrence's romantic problems. The couple gets back together, but decides to take it slow.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Brad Koepenick

    Brad Koepenick

    Guy One

    Guest Star

    Heather Locklear

    Heather Locklear

    Amanda Woodward

    Recurring Role

    John Marshall Jones

    John Marshall Jones

    Terrence Haggard

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • After Jake & Jo talk about their relationship (after their weekend together), he brings her into the bedroom and she says "Before breakfast?" They had sex "before breakfast" just the weekend before, unless she's counting Jake eating whipped cream off her toes as breakfast...

      • In season two, Amanda reveals that her mother abandoned her and her father when she was twelve. Yet in this episode, Amanda refers to the cabin as her parents' cabin; the code for the alarm system is even her parents' anniversary date. Kind of strange...

    • QUOTES (5)

    • NOTES (2)

      • Jo proves that there are still a few songs in existence that are not from the 90210 soundtrack as she plays "All Shook Up" by Elvis Presley when she brings strawberries and whipped cream to Jake.

      • Featured Music:
        "The Right Kind of Love" by Jeremy Jordan plays as Billy and Amanda have their date at her house at the end of the episode;
        "Let Me Be Your Baby" by Geoffrey Williams plays as Terrence and Rhonda talk at Shooters;
        The Chaka Khan/Michael McDonald duet "Time to Be Lovers" plays while Billy and Amanda secretly meet at Café Ami;
        Rhonda plays "Why" by Cathy Dennis in her apartment while Matt is visiting;
        "Just Wanna Be Your Friend" by Puck & Natty plays during the establishing scenes.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Three's a Crowd: Aside from being a commonly used phrase to describe one too many people in a situation. It was also a popular 80's spin off to Three's Company, both of which starred John Ritter.