Three's Company

Season 4 Episode 10

The Loan Shark

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Aired Unknown Nov 20, 1979 on ABC
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The Loan Shark
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When Chrissy accidentally throws away Jack's GI check, she borrows $300 from a loan shark on his behalf. Although he immediately returns the money, he is forced to pay back the interest by agreeing to give a cooking lesson to the shark's Italian-speaking wife, a woman who only seems to be interested in cheating on her husband.moreless

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  • After tossing out a check belonging to Jack, Chrissy tries to make up for it by borrowing money from a loan shark. I think this episode does some serious damage to Chrissy's character--she is incredibly irritating throughout the whole show.moreless

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    The writers already started dumbing down Chrissy over the previous seasons--but her stupidity seemed to reach epic proportions in this Season 4 episode. In previous seasons, she might have been dumb but kind of cute and remorseful. In this episode, she's dumb and indignant--to the point where it's just not funny. First, she accidentally throws away Jack's check but is only mildly apologetic. Then she borrows money from a loan shark at an insane interest rate and is annoyed when Jack is alarmed instead of grateful. Then she is barely helpful in keeping Mrs. Bustamante away from Jack. And finally, just when Jack gets out of trouble with Mr. Bustamante for kissing Mrs. Bustamante (the latter tells him that the kiss was to congratulate Jack and Chrissy on their new baby), Chrissy tries to run out and set Mr. Bustamante "straight". I don't know how anyone can like Chrissy after watching this episode.moreless
Harold J. Stone

Harold J. Stone

Bernie Bustamente

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Livia Genise

Livia Genise

Lucia Bustamente

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Micky Morton

Micky Morton

Floyd

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