Three's Company

Season 8 Episode 2

She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not

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Aired Unknown Oct 04, 1983 on ABC
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She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not
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Larry finds a completed magazine questionnaire in the apartment which reveals that the person who filled it out wants to have an affair with her roommate. Jack assumes one of his roommates filled it out, and invites both of them to spend the weekend in Larry's cabin so he can find out who it is.moreless

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  • Back and forth, back and forth.........

    10
    This episode was so exciting! Jack finds a magazine that has a quiz filled out about like their male roommate. Jack doesn't know if it's Janet or Terry, so he taked them up to the Larry's cabin to see who it is. But it gets too confusing until he finds out neither one of them filled out the quiz, it was someone at the hospital! But it was hilarious what they did. Both Jack and Larry fell in the pool and got all soaken wet and it was just plain hilarious. Laugh out loud funny. One of the best episode ever.moreless
  • Same old plot, new cabin location.

    7.5
    This was a good episode if you like Larry's influence, as he played a rather prominent role throughout. Although I was a little confused when Larry said that he was afraid of heights, because at the end of season 6 in "Up in the Air" Larry is the one who tries talking Jack out of his fear of flying. Despite the unoriginal plot line of having Jack think that one of the girls is interested in him, this episode still has it moments. Some of the funnier parts include Janet's massage and of course the dated nature of everyone's short pants, starting off with Larry's "boy scout" outfit as Jack referred to it. Also, watching Jack sneeze on a deck of playing cards is about as funny as watching him and Larry tumble into the lake.moreless

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