Three's Company

Three's Company (1977)

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Chrissy, Come Home - S2-E23

Corrected entry: When Chrissy's father finds out Jack is living with the girls, he gets angry about the living situation. But back near the start of the series, Chrissy's mother met Jack and she was given word by Mr. Roper that Jack was gay and then she OK'd the living arrangement. It's hard to believe that a married couple would not share this information, so the father should have assumed Jack was already gay and not have any problems when meeting Jack as his daughter's roommate.

Correction: Chrissy admits to Janet in the episode that her mom never told her dad that Jack was living there or they had a male roommate.

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