Three's Company

Three's Company (1977)

4 corrected entries in season 5

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And Baby Makes Four - S5-E17

Corrected entry: To avoid conversing with Cindy about Cindy's alleged pregnancy, Janet picks up an ashtray off the table and claims it's filthy and runs with it into the kitchen. None of the roommates were known to have smoked and no ashtray was seen (in the apartment) in any other episode. What was the point of an ashtray all of a sudden?

Correction: While it might not have been seen previously, it doesn't mean they didn't have one. At that time many non-smokers had ashtrays in their homes (my grandparents did and often used it to hold change or keys). However, they may have had an occasion to have it out for something that we never saw, since we don't see every moment of their lives.

Bishop73

There was an episode with an ashtray and an old man came to stay with them. He was homeless and he did smoke in the episode.

The old man was just a visitor for one episode who smoked in Jack's room and said to Jack that he could use an ashtray in there (as a suggestion).

Night of the Ropers - S5-E18

Corrected entry: Jack tells Mr. Roper (while at the Regal Beagle) that the women in the Beagle are "fantastic." Roper gives Jack a strange look (about his acting straight instead of gay, which he always thought Jack was). Jack then corrects his sentence (using gay personality and gestures). Roper is no longer the landlord of Jack's building so Jack didn't need to correct himself in front of him or care if Roper still thought he was gay.

Correction: Just because Roper isn't the landlord any more, he would still keep up the lie, even if he thought he wouldn't get in trouble. Jack simply felt it was easier to keep pretending to be gay to avoid telling the truth (in fact several of the antics in the show would have been avoid if Jack just told the truth after some mix up or confusion, but it was his nature to keep up the lies). Even so, Jack may still feel he could get in trouble somehow if he told the truth.

Bishop73

In Like Larry - S5-E15

Corrected entry: In the scene where Janet is about to leave and Cindy says she misses Jack, it cuts back to Janet - you can see the head of a crew member walking through Jack's bedroom right before it cuts to the next scene. (00:19:00)

Correction: Larry is in Jack's room, and subsequently, it could very well be his head we see behind Janet because in the next shot, it's Larry coming out of the bedroom asking if Janet has a screwdriver. It actually looks as if they streamed the two cuts very well, the head behind Janet could very well be explained as the first steps of Larry coming out of Jack's bedroom.

A Hundred Dollars a What? - S5-E3

Corrected entry: Chrissy walks out of the kitchen carrying a fresh pot of HOT coffee with her hand flat on the bottom of the glass pot. She may be dumb, but she's not invulnerable to pain.

Ral0618

Correction: Chrissy is actually holding the coffee pot with a pot holder.

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