An encounter with a less than accommodating nurse during a visit to the ER comes back to haunt Jack when that same woman becomes the new roommate, replacing Cindy, who has moved into the dorms at UCLA.
Jack doesn't like Terri and wants her out of the apartment, despite Janet's pleas for him to be reasonable. So at Cindy's going away party, Larry and Jack launch a plan to drive her out.
Terri's determined to gain Jack's favor, which Janet interprets as something other than simple platonic interest.
Jack's giving cooking lessons to an older woman, but Terri thinks it's something else and threatens to move in disgust.
Janet's jazz instructor is a Bob Fosse wannabe who Terri and Jack fear is pressuring her into sleeping with him in order to make it as a dancer.
Jack agrees to go on a date with "Greedy" Gretchen so he can help Larry pitch woo to Terri. Problem is he was supposed to be going out with Janet, who winds up in the same restaurant on a date with Furley.
Janet and Jack thinks the doctor Terri brings to the apartment is really an escaped mental patient.
Jack witnesses a robbery at the flower shop and needs police protection, but is the cop his protector or a wolf in sheep's clothing?
Angelino's daughter is a man-eater who has set her sights on Jack. So he conjures up a wife to get rid of her.
Janet is kicking herself after mistakenly setting Terri up with a guy she's been after for a while.
When a drunk steps out of line at the Regal Beagle, it's Terri, not Jack, who puts the guy in his place with a bit of karate.
A fetching Southern belle catches Jack's eye, so he goes to her apartment to serenade her, but his plans hit a snag when he winds up serenading a less attractive woman instead.
Furley meets a beautiful woman who the roomies think is only after Ralph for his money. So Larry dons drag and pretends to be the former Mrs. Furley to find out what her real intentions are.
Terri's friend from high school wants to give up her life as a nun. Jack is attracted to her and is fearful she's making her decision so that she can be with him.
Cindy needs cash and convinces the roommates to let her clean their apartment, but when she finds a wad of Larry's money in Jack's room, even she can't handle the mess she makes.
Jack falls for Janet's new boss, an efficiency expert whose nitpicking ways are going to drive Janet away from the flower shop.
Once again Larry has used Jack's name on a date that goes wrong, forcing Jack to hide out with Janet and Terri who are visiting Cindy's grandparent's farm.
When Jack subs as the chef at Angelino's, a mobster is so pleased with his food that he insists that Jack be the new chef.
The wealthy woman Jack's dating tells him he needs to raise the bar in terms of his friends and his career if he ever plans on marrying her.
Grandpa Tripper is in town and Jack's pretending he's a doctor because he'd once told the old man that he was a physician. Jack enlists Terri's help when his grandfather wants to see him at work. Jack enlists Terri's help when his grandfather wants to see him at work.
Jack invites a local food critic to the apartment to sample his food in the hopes of getting a positive review. His girlfriend Chloe is outraged, especially when the drunken critic proves to be nothing more than a letch.
Terri's found a luxury beach house for the trio to move into, but Larry and Mr. Furley conspire to keep their friends from moving away.
Jack is an instant TV success after botching a cooking episode being taped at Angelino's.
A blonde wig is meant to improve Janet's love life, but instead gives her a bad attitude that sours her to all her friends.
Janet invites Jack to escort her to a party on a private island hosted by a wealthy man she wants to impress. But when Jack accidentally mixes tranquilizers with alcohol to overcome his fear of flying, he becomes the life of the party, much to Janet's horror.
Janet and Jack have both signed up on the sly for a computer-dating service. When they are inadvertently matched they go out on the date any way, leaving Terri to think they have been dating behind her back.
In this hour-long special, legendary comedienne Lucille Ball reflects on the show's run and what makes it a comedy classic as well as a personal favorite.
Legendary comedienne Lucille Ball continues to review show highlights and focuses on John Ritter's flare for physical comedy, and the role mix-ups play in the overall arch of the show.