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Old 02-25-2012, 11:28 PM   #1
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Default Threes a crowd theme.

I like this show less than 3s company, but I love it's theme more.
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Old 03-24-2012, 12:48 AM   #2
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I like this show less than 3s company, but I love it's theme more.

Yes i agree this theme is much better than TC and sounded more like a SINGLE than a TV show theme
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I do like the full version, rather than the edited down for syndication version.
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I think they had to edit the opening some because it was so long like a video LOL
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We all know the real reason for editing, Sol....mo money mo money mo money!
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I like this show less than 3s company, but I love it's theme more.

Same here. I never cared much for the Three's Company theme, but I like the Three's a Crowd theme a lot.
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Same here. I never cared much for the Three's Company theme, but I like the Three's a Crowd theme a lot.


Three's a Crowd...."great theme and crappy show"

Three's Company...."crappy theme and great show"

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Old 06-06-2012, 11:55 PM   #8
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Three's a Crowd...."great theme and crappy show"

Three's Company...."crappy theme and great show"


Yep, that about sums it up.
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I just put this up on You Tube. If you feel like listening to the theme.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJCmsoG7QP4
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I thought the theme was a bit too lovey dovey and sappy I know they were going for the romantic angle premise of the show but I guess that was the best they could do.
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I thought the theme was a bit too lovey dovey and sappy I know they were going for the romantic angle premise of the show but I guess that was the best they could do.


"SIDE BY SIDE"


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I loved this tv show..
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I loved this tv show..
It was a good show. It should have lasted longer. I think it was just hitting it's stride when it was cancelled.
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It was a good show. It should have lasted longer. I think it was just hitting it's stride when it was cancelled.


I would have rather seen Mr. Angelino and Felipe on Three's a Crowd instead of Ez and Mr. Bradford LOL
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Check this out its the first I've seen it, the syndicated theme to Three's A Crowd when some markets would air it as Three's Company Too, pretty weird hearing it as the TC theme feels out of place for the romantic comedy that TAC was becoming.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJiZbeLzRP4
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