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Old 02-04-2012, 08:11 PM   #16
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Rob! is funny as hell! I'm glad CBS is giving the show such a good timeslot.
I agree Rob is a great show.
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Three's Company is a classic. It's too bad that most of today's sitcoms aren't in their league. I obviously am not alone in thinking that. The show was a top 10 hit for 7 of their 8 seasons. It has been in reruns continuously since it left the air. Talk to me when P & R has that resume.
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Concerning Three's Company, the show was stupid. I was an adolescent and teenager when it was first on. Basically every episode was some kind of misunderstanding that was overblown and blah, blah, blah.

The whole Jack is gay thing so he could live with the two girls was luducrous and probably would be panned by gays today. It was what, 1977 California? Larry Dallas, Regal Beagle?

This isn't to say that I did not like some of the actors on the show. I hated that John Ritter died, he was great and by all accounts a nice man. I recently saw "Bad Santa" again, and he was a hoot in that. Then there was Norman Fell who was fking hilarious as Stanley with that old horny wife. Then bring in Don Knotts after they left.

I live in China and bought some DVD's of Three's Company thinking as an adult, I might get into it. This had like the first two seasons. The only thing that wasn't garbage was the fine ass Joyce Dewitt in her shorts and the mugging off Norman Fell.
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Concerning Three's Company, the show was stupid. I was an adolescent and teenager when it was first on. Basically every episode was some kind of misunderstanding that was overblown and blah, blah, blah.

The whole Jack is gay thing so he could live with the two girls was luducrous and probably would be panned by gays today. It was what, 1977 California? Larry Dallas, Regal Beagle?

This isn't to say that I did not like some of the actors on the show. I hated that John Ritter died, he was great and by all accounts a nice man. I recently saw "Bad Santa" again, and he was a hoot in that. Then there was Norman Fell who was fking hilarious as Stanley with that old horny wife. Then bring in Don Knotts after they left.

I live in China and bought some DVD's of Three's Company thinking as an adult, I might get into it. This had like the first two seasons. The only thing that wasn't garbage was the fine ass Joyce Dewitt in her shorts and the mugging off Norman Fell.
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First off, I'll say what I said before. Everyone has different tastes. You might not like TC but millions of people did and it survived in reruns even today so people still love the show. I wouldn't even have commented on TC if you hadn't brought it up and I'm sure you did because of what I said about P & R. I only did that because it is Rob's competition on Thursdays. I never went to the P & R board to down it though. As for Rob, I enjoy the show. Maybe I don't know what good comedy is but I know what makes me laugh and this is coming from someone who never cared for Rob Schneider or his brand of comedy before.
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I'm a fan of Rob Schneider ANd I adore the show !!!!!
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