HOT GALLERY: The Stars of Three’s Company—Where Are They Now?"Come and knock on our door..." Anyone who was watching television between 1976 and 1984 knows what comes next. (If you've forgotten, watch this.) Three's Company, the story of a man living with two women who has to pretend to be gay in order to keep living there lest he arouse the suspicions of his dopey landlord(s), ruled the airwaves with a combination of sexual innuendo, outlandish schemes, and broad physical comedy. (The "girls" first meet Jack Tripper asleep in their bathtub, for Pete's sake.) Let's find out what happened to the good folks of apartment 201, and their various friends and neighbors. By Brett Singer
The ladies told Mr. Roper that Jack (John Ritter) was gay, but his interest in women was made clear in the first moment of the show's intro—Jack falls off his bicycle while sneaking a peek at a passing female heinie.
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