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Old 08-20-2007, 12:06 PM   #1
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Is It True That John Ritter Had A Feud With Joyce Dewitt And Priscilla Barnes After Three's company Ended? Because They Weren't Invited To The Spinoff And that He Didn't Tell Them What The Producers were Up To?
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Is It True That John Ritter Had A Feud With Joyce Dewitt And Priscilla Barnes After Three's company Ended? Because They Weren't Invited To The Spinoff And that He Didn't Tell Them What The Producers were Up To?


No he never had a feud with priscilla or joyce. And he wasn't obligated to tell them anything about what the producers plans were
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joyce was hurt that all the business was done under the table, thats all.
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joyce was hurt that all the business was done under the table, thats all.

I agree. I also think that the 3 of them just went their separate ways is all. Jack did 2 other sitcoms besides Three's a Crowd and movies. Priscilla Barnes also was in features and was busy with her own life. Joyce traveled around the world and withdrew from acting until the 90's becuase of the way the producers handle the ending of "Three's Company."

Accroding to "Come Knock on Our Door" book, by 1997 except for chance meetings and occasional calls with John Ritter, the only person Joyce had constant contact with from the show was Priscilla Barnes. They became best friends.

However, I do wish that John could have warned Joyce before the meeting that the show was being cancelled or at least warned her to "keep your head up something is going down soon concerning the show" kind of warning. Maybe she would of been more prepared for the news and would have taken it better and it would have been less of a shock to her.
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I agree. I also think that the 3 of them just went their separate ways is all. Jack did 2 other sitcoms besides Three's a Crowd and movies. Priscilla Barnes also was in features and was busy with her own life. Joyce traveled around the world and withdrew from acting until the 90's becuase of the way the producers handle the ending of "Three's Company."

Accroding to "Come Knock on Our Door" book, by 1997 except for chance meetings and occasional calls with John Ritter, the only person Joyce had constant contact with from the show was Priscilla Barnes. They became best friends.

However, I do wish that John could have warned Joyce before the meeting that the show was being cancelled or at least warned her to "keep your head up something is going down soon concerning the show" kind of warning. Maybe she would of been more prepared for the news and would have taken it better and it would have been less of a shock to her.
If I Was John Ritter I Would have told her what was going on no matter what the producers said.
i think it didn't work was because it didn't have the Three's company cast.

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