Three's Company

Season 7 Episode 1

A Night Not to Remember

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Aired Unknown Sep 28, 1982 on ABC
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A Night Not to Remember
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Janet convinces Jack to accompany her on a dinner date with an executive from her flower shop, who is a lecher. Unfortunately, she brings Jack home drunk, resulting in him breaking one of Janet's heirloom vases and believing the next morning that he took advantage of her.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • John Ritter visibly bangs his head on the table as he slides down underneath it at the end of the restaurant scene.  He mentioned during an appearance on the Conan O'Brien show in 1997 that it knocked him unconscious and he performed the rest of the show with a welt on his temple.

      • During the sequence when Jack is wrestling with his clothes, trying to get them off after coming home drunk, there's a woman in the audience whose laughter is clearly heard over all others. Her laughs begin getting laughs of their own from the audience.

      • Goof: In the scene where Jack is packing his clothes in preparation to move out, he removes the basketball from his closet and places it on top of his open suitcase. Several seconds later you can clearly see that the basketball is back in its original position in the closet.

      • The bathroom door is different in this episode (one large panel instead of five panels) from all the other episodes. This is because Jack gets pushed through it when he reveals what he thought happened between him and Janet.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Jack thinks he took advantage of Janet while he was drunk, but Janet is talking about her grandmothers vase which Jack broke)
        Jack: Are you mad about something?
        Janet: You don't remember?!
        Jack: Janet, believe me I don't remember a thing about last night my mind is a complete blank.
        Janet: Sure, Jack, sure, you just want to pretend that it never happened?
        Jack: Pretend what never happened?
        Janet: You just had to have your own way didn't you.
        Jack: M-m-m-m-m-m-m-m my own way?
        Janet: Look, I might be old-fashioned, Jack Tripper, but it meant a lot to me.
        Jack: It did?
        Janet: I was saving that for when I got married!

      • (Mr. Furley overhears Jack and Larry in the kitchen talking about Jack having taken advantage of Janet, but Mr. Furley thinks that the discussion is about Jack taking advantage of Larry. Jack and Larry enter the living room and see Mr. Furley)
        Jack: What's going on, Mr.Furley?
        Mr. Furley: That's what I'd like to know!
        Jack: Huh?
        Mr. Furley: On second thought, I don't want to know!
        Jack: Wait, Mr. Furley, our faucet needs fixing.
        Mr. Furley: That's not all that needs fixing! Now hear this! I'm an easy going guy. Live and let live I always say. What's good for the goose is nobody else's business but the ganders. But sometimes you gotta draw the line! Call 'em as you see 'em! Stand up and be counted! The buck stops here! Is that clear!? Now this wasn't easy for me to say, but you two had it coming!

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