Three's Company - Season 2 Episodes
Time for some new rules on privacy when Jack and Chrissy bust in on Janet and her date.
“Jack Looks for a Job”
When he can't make his portion of the rent, Jack signs up for a part-time modeling gig--a nude modeling gig!
A co-worker gets a promotion based on looks not skills, and Janet considers some cosmetic alteration to better her chances for advancement.
While the girls are away, Jack throws a wild party. The next day it's Mr. Roper, not Jack, who wakes up with the 'morning-after blues.'
Chrissy meets a new, "older" man at the supermarket. Mrs. Roper knows something about him that could ruin her happiness.
Jack and Chrissy spend a night alone in the apartment when Janet stays the night with Mrs. Roper, and everyone's in a tizzy. Janet's anxious, Chrissy's feeling spurned, and Jack's just trying to do the right thing.
Roper sells the trio his broken-down car, but then gets a better offer and tries to get it back.
“Cyrano de Tripper”
Chrissy promises a dinner to her new man, a gourmet critic, but she can't even boil water. So Jack must step in and save the date.
“Chrissy's Night Out”
A punch is thrown, an ego is blown, and all because Chrissy was a little too friendly to an undercover detective during a girls' night out at the Funky Fox.
Helen thinks Stanley's cheating when she sees an attractive woman cozying up to him at the Regal Beagle, but only Jack knows the real story.
“Janet's High School Sweetheart”
A high school heartthrob from Janet's past shows up, and you'd think she'd be thrilled, but it seems that only one of them has progressed since their high school days.
Jack's charming (read crafty) Uncle Fremont is in town, and he decides to give the kids a hand when the rent comes due and they come up short on cash. But do they really want Roper to cash that check?
Stanley tells Helen she's forbidden to work, so she takes a job at a seedy cafeteria to teach him a lesson, but she may have bitten off more than she can chew!
It's a Christmas party quandary for the roommates: do they keep their word to spend it with the Ropers, or break it to go to the hot party they got invited to at the last minute?
What's Jack to do when Chrissy thinks the fancy jacket he's holding for Stanley (really a surprise gift for Helen), is a birthday gift for her?
Jack's caught in the middle when Janet thinks that Chrissy purposefully stole her blind date, a handsome businessman.
“The Baby Sitters”
When a date conflicts with a babysitting job, Janet enlists her roommates to fill-in for her, which leaves the inexperienced babysitters, not the child, in tears.
Chrissy gets a super-8 camera and catches the movie bug, but her new man doesn't appreciate it. Meanwhile, Larry plans a porno screening for himself and Jack, but then Roper shows up.
“Jack in the Flower Shop”
It's all work and no play when Janet hires Jack to help out at the flower shop and turns into the worst kind of demanding boss.
“Jack's Navy Pal”
The trio is planning to ply the Ropers with a gourmet meal to avoid a rent hike. Their plans are scuttled when a blind buddy from Jack's past shows up.
“Will the Real Jack Tripper . . .”
Larry uses Jack's name with a recent girlfriend, and the woman shows up at the apartment pregnant, leaving Jack confused and in the hot seat.
“Days of Beer and Weeds”
The roommates are wondering if the Ropers' garden has gone to pot when they volunteer to spruce it up and find an odd plant growing there.
“Chrissy, Come Home”
Chrissy's minister father demands she come home when he arrives unexpectedly at the apartment and discovers his daughter's unorthodox living arrangements.
Roper has bought a parakeet as a surprise for Helen. Jack and Chrissy promise to keep it at their place overnight.
“Coffee, Tea or Jack”
Janet and Chrissy are planning a surprise party for Jack. All's well until an old flame breezes into town and entices him into drinks. It's up to Chrissy to pull out the stops to get him to the party on time.