“Unexpected, way cool, pretty wonderful,” this was the first few words that two Three’s Company co-stars had spoke after 30 years of separation. It was Suzanne Somers’ show that had witnessed this reunion in the “Breaking Through” series. The main aspect that had hyped this show was the sexism which was the main aspect. “A teaching moment in reconciliation and resolution”, were the words spoken while the couple was recalling John Ritter and his last conversations.
The story of Three’s Company was revolving around three room mates, namely Janet Wood (Joyce DeWitt), Jack Tripper (John Ritter) and Chrissy Snow (Suzanne Somers), about their living arrangements cemented with sexualizing exploits.
“I do want you to know how much I learned from watching you, and I do want you to know how awed by all your ‘subtext,’ which I’d never heard the word and you’re the first person who told me we were doing farce, and at first I thought we were talking about farts or something but … I really didn’t know anything,” acknowledged by Joyce DeWitt.
For five seasons of Three’s Company, the two stars had been together which had automatically helped to grow a strong friendship. The saddest part was closing down of the show after which the women were apart for several years which comedian Ritter had tried to narrow down, who died in September’03. Though they had repented “You and I did deserve to be paid equal to what the men were being paid, is my feeling about that,” grunted Somer. “It was their loss.”
“I think Jonathan and a lot of our guest stars,” trying to give a clue to the chat guest.
“Well, John was very horny,” Somers reconciled. “I mean, like, the horniest guy I’ve ever known, but it all seemed very innocent. I guess not!”
The two had shared some of the happiest moments of this comedy show.