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Mar 17, 2010
The Top 10 TV Bars
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, we've rounded up the best watering holes on television. Cheers!
This week's Roundup brings good news for fans of Andromeda, The Cosby Show, Three's Company, and more! Animation addicts will love great sets from The Flintstones, Underdog, and The Scooby Doo/Dynomutt Hour. This week's list is long, so check it out now!
Mar 07, 2006
March 7, 2006 DVD Releases
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The Brady Bunch

The Complete Fifth Season

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New comedy series welcomes John Ritter's son to the fold.
Jan 19, 2006
Jason Ritter a Class act for CBS

Former Joan of Arcadia costar Jason Ritter has enrolled in the CBS comedy pilot The Class.

The action begins with a party thrown by 27-year-old Ethan (Ritter) for his girlfriend, whom he met in third grade. Ethan invites six other people who were in the class with them, all of whom have since lost touch with one another. The party then becomes the springboard for following how the lives of the reunited characters continue to intersect.

Also cast in the pilot is Jesse Tyler Ferguson, who will play one of the schoolmates, a serious man going through a dark period in his life. The two join previously cast Lucy Punch.

Ritter, son of the late John Ritter, most recently was seen in the feature Happy Endings. Ferguson was a cast member of the Broadway musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

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Some long-awaited classics from the early '90s are available this week with the releases of the second seasons of Beverly Hills, 90210 and Melrose Place. Brooding, angst-ridden, beautiful people not your thing? Join Michael Palin as he ventures forth and embraces cultural plurality in Around the World in 80 Days.
Apr 30, 2007
May 1, 2007 DVD Releases
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Beverly Hills, 90210

The Complete Second Season

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It's too cold to venture outside this week, so stay in and cozy up with one of the new releases hitting the streets on Tuesday. Get enthralled with Law & Order: Special Victims Unit or laugh it up with HBO's Lucky Louie. Revisit the sixth season of Dallas or experience John Ritter's best moments with Three's Company.
Jan 24, 2007
January 30, 2007 DVD Releases
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The Boondocks is a strong cult favorite in this week's roundup, but there are some classic after-school offerings as well, including The Animaniacs and Pinky & The Brain. We've also got the vampire and werewolf daytime drama of Dark Shadows, along with some other fun titles like Chappelle's Show: The Lost Episodes, Miami Vice: Seasons 1 & 2, and the goofball sitcom Three's Company.
Jul 20, 2006
July 25, 2006 DVD Releases
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The Boondocks

The Complete First Season

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This week's DVD releases are all about time travel. With these great sets, you can visit a stone-age suburb, see outer space with the future's finest astronauts, or just head back to the not-so-long-ago days when Friends and Buffy ruled the TV universe. Enjoy!
Nov 14, 2005
November 15, 2005 DVD Releases
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Friends

The One with All Ten Seasons Collection

Season 10

You know that saying, "you could always use more friends"? Well, how about all of them? Yes, I repeat, YES!!!! It is finally here; the complete 10-season boxed set of Friends is now available. Just in the time for the holidays, cozy up and get reacquainted with those six 20-something people trying to find life and love in New York City. Relive all the memorable moments from the early days, when Monica, Joey, Ross, Rachel, Phoebe, and Chandler first came together at Central Perk, all the way to their final heartfelt goodbyes inside of Monica's empty apartment.

Needless to say, Friends has definitely solidified a place in both our hearts and in television history throughout its historic 10-year run. Own a piece of it by ...

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You'll have plenty of reasons to stay inside this first week of October when you see this batch of DVDs. Revisit the first episodes of C.S.I. and Frasier, or watch them for the first time. For solid Sci-Fi offerings, you have the complete series of The Twilight Zone, the second season of Medium, Andromeda's season five, and a slim set of Stargate SG-1. And don't forget to bring home the classics The Brady Bunch, Three's Company, and The Greatest American Hero!
Sep 27, 2006
October 3, 2006 DVD Releases
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C.S.I.: Crime Scene Investigation

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Episode 22 Season 8
Friends and Lovers (2)
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9.18.1984
Episode 21 Season 8
Friends and Lovers (1)
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9.18.1984
Episode 20 Season 8
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Jack Tripper
Janet Wood
Christmas "Chrissy" Snow
Stanley Roper
Helen Roper
After two unsuccessful pilots, Three's Company was finally picked up by ABC in January 1977 for a first season of six episodes. After the show began to air in March, ratings were high and it became one of the highest-rated midseason show of its time. The show had a simple premise - Jack Tripper (John Ritter, a student at a local cooking college, wanted to move in with two girls, Janet Wood (Joyce DeWitt) and Chrissy Snow (Suzanne Somers). The only problem - the building's landlord, Mr. Stanley Roper (Norman Fell), who lives in the apartment below with his wife, Mrs. Helen Roper (Audra Lindley). In order for him to stay, he would have to pretend to be gay The series quickly gained a pop culture status, while maintaining the high ratings, being one of the top rated shows during its third and fourth seasons. The end of the third season saw the exit of Mr. and Mrs. Roper, who moved to a new townhouse community for The Ropers, the show's first spinoff. In came a new, and much different landlord, Mr. Furley (Don Knotts).

During the hiatus before the fifth season, Suzanne Somers asked for a raise from $30,000 to $125,000 per episode. The producers refused, and Suzanne began to lie so she could be absent from work. Because ratings began to decline with lovable Chrissy's absence, the producers created a new character, Cindy Snow (Jennilee Harrison), who played Chrissy's cousin for the remainder of the season. At the same time, Suzanne Somers would tape short tag scenes for the end of the episode the day before the taping. She was fired by the end of the year.

Starting off fresh during the sixth season, the producers decided to have Cindy go off to UCLA to study to become a veterinarian. So, Jack and Janet needed a new roommate. Along came Terri Alden (Priscilla Barnes), the smarter and beautiful blond who was a nurse at the local hospital. She would remain on the show for the next (and final) three years.

Ratings began to fall during the eighth season (as they normally do), and the producers had made the decision to end the show, and create a spinoff, Three's A Crowd.

Theme Song: Come and knock on our door ...
We've been waiting for you ...
Where the kisses are hers and hers and his,
Three's company, too. Come and dance on on our floor...
Take a step that is new ...
We've a lovable space that needs your face,
Three's company, too. You'll see that life is a ball again, laughter is calling for you ...
Down at our rendez-vous,
Three's company, too!
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