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She was also leered at by many men on the series, even though she was rarely interested in anything other than love. Her roommate Janet remarked that Chrissy totally fell apart at the littlest hint of "sweet talk. With Suzanne Somers playing the role, Chrissy had emerged as a breakout character in the show, as Somers also began to achieve TV superstar status as a celebrity.
In , she appeared on fifty magazine covers. Somers was promoted as a rival to Farrah Fawcett by her manager, Jay Berstein, who also managed Fawcett and other actresses like Cheryl Ladd. After marrying her husband Alan Hamel, Somers made him her manager. Somers was eventually axed from the series in the fifth season after a bitter and highly publicized salary dispute with the producers.
Chrissy went back to Fresno to care for her ill mother. For a short while, Chrissy continued to call Janet or Jack from Fresno and speak to them over the telephone. Soon after, her cousin Cindy moved into the apartment with Jack and Janet for the remainder of the season.
Upon the arrival of Terri Alden in season six, references to Chrissy vanished, only referred to once later, when the roommates were being interviewed, as "the other girl" Janet was living with when she met Jack. Three's Company Wiki Explore.
Three's Company. The Ropers Three's A Crowd. Recent blog posts Forum. Explore Wikis Community Central. Register Don't have an account? Chrissy Snow. History Talk 0. Luther Snow mother Mr. Universal Conquest Wiki. Suzanne Somers in publicity photo as Chrissy in Reverend Luther Snow father Mrs. Chrissy is modeled as an ingenue , a minister 's daughter who seeks her fortune in the big city.
As the naif, she frequently and unknowingly makes suggestive double entendres and is often oblivious to the attention she receives from ill-intentioned men. Her roommate Janet remarked that Chrissy totally fell apart at the littlest hint of "sweet talk. Regarding the character's look, for season three the makeup artist said that Chrissy should have snow-white hair, pink cheeks and dark eyes, and Somers suggested the hairstyle of an Afghan hound , and her signature side ponytail was created to hide an over-bleaching mishap.
Somers had emerged as a breakout character in the show. In , she appeared on 50 magazine covers. Somers was promoted as a rival to Farrah Fawcett by her manager, Jay Bernstein , who also managed Fawcett and other actresses of the day, such as Cheryl Ladd.
After marrying former game show host Alan Hamel whom Somers met for the first time while modeling prizes on a game show he hosted , Somers made him her manager. Somers was eventually axed from the series in the fifth season after a bitter and highly publicized salary dispute with the producers. On the series, her character of Chrissy was written out as having moved back home to Fresno to care for her ill mother. However, for a brief time and to finish Somers' contract , Chrissy continued to appear briefly on the show in the episode's closing tag wherein she would call Janet or Jack from home and speak to one of them over the telephone, and more often than not Jack or Janet would fill Chrissy in on what happened on that episode.
A couple of episodes after Chrissy left, her cousin Cindy moved into the apartment with Jack and Janet for the remainder of the season. Upon the arrival of Terri Alden in season six ; references to Chrissy vanished, only to be referred to once when the trio was being interviewed and Chrissy although not by name was mentioned as one of the two girls with whom Janet was living when she met Jack.
From what is implied, especially by the time of Terri's arrival, Chrissy simply decided to stay home in Fresno and never kept in contact with her old roommates again. Cindy Snow was portrayed by Jenilee Harrison during the show's fifth and sixth seasons — The cousin of the character Chrissy Snow, Cindy was phased out to make way for Chrissy's permanent replacement Terri Alden. Ironically, Priscilla Barnes , who landed the role of Terri, had auditioned for the role of Cindy, but was turned down.
Cindy hails from Fresno, the daughter of Mr. Raised on a farm, she grew to have a great love of animals, and enjoyed helping her father and mother out on the farm. Although Cindy is a very pretty girl, she claims she always "played second fiddle to Chrissy, because she was so beautiful. One day when Cindy was a young woman, Mrs. Snow found her daughter's diary and read it from start to finish, and subsequently fell asleep.
She said it was the most boring thing she had ever read and told Cindy that it would be a good idea if she did more with her life and got out of Fresno. When Chrissy went back to Fresno to care for her mother, Cindy took the opportunity to move out and into the apartment, taking Chrissy's place as the third member of the trio. Cindy debuted on the show in after producers needed a replacement for Chrissy after Suzanne Somers was fired over her salary dispute.
At first, Jack Tripper and Janet Wood, Chrissy's roommates, worried about what it would be like to live with the klutzy farm girl, but they soon adjusted and became close friends with Cindy. When Chrissy declines to return and Somers' contract expired , Cindy's temporary stay became permanent.
She also takes Chrissy's old office job, working for Mr. Charles Hadley. Her replacement would be Terri Alden, a nurse. Producers of the show were seeking a permanent third roommate and were not confident with Jenilee Harrison in that role.
Cindy did, however, continue to make appearances on the show during the sixth season, and was retained as a supporting character and given cast billing credit. She has many pivotal appearances through midseason, and becomes the trio's part-time housekeeper in the episode "Maid to Order", but still hung out with the trio.
Her last appearance is in the episode "Janet Wigs Out" near the end of season six. Cindy and Janet have a falling out when Janet buys a blonde wig and develops a condescending attitude toward her friends. When Janet wants to keep her wig a secret from her date, Cindy tries to prevent herself from revealing the truth. Terri Alden was portrayed by Priscilla Barnes. Terri was born in Longmeadow, Massachusetts ,  works as a registered nurse , and is portrayed as far less "ditzy" than her predecessors.
Although Jack originally disliked Terri, owing to a disastrous first meeting at the hospital when she administered a tetanus injection for a stubbed finger into his behind , he forgave her and warmed up to her eventually. It was Terri, in fact, who convinced Jack to move in with Victoria Bradford three seasons later, thus paving the way for the spinoff series Three's a Crowd. In response to complaints about the characterization of blondes on the show, the writers portrayed Terri as a "smart blonde", and a "woman with brains", electing to steer away from the ditziness of Chrissy Snow and the clumsiness of Cindy Snow, Terri's blonde roommate predecessors.
A dedicated professional at work, Terri is more relaxed when off duty and out of uniform. In the series finale "Friends and Lovers", Terri quits her job at Wilshire Memorial Hospital and moves to Hawaii to continue her career as a nurse, caring for sick natives. Stanley Roper was portrayed by Norman Fell. He has a love-hate relationship with his wife, Helen. Although they care deeply for each other, Helen and Stanley regularly bicker and engage in one-upmanship, with Helen usually the intellectual victor.
A significant amount of their tension is due to Helen's ongoing desire for romance with Stanley, while Stanley is either clueless or uninterested. During the character's time on the series, he was known for breaking the fourth wall by smiling and snickering at the camera after telling a one-liner joke , often at his wife's expense.
One of his catchphrases is "Not tonight, Helen; I got a headache. Stanley is generally friendly toward the trio, but can be very angry if the rent is late. He is also not above exploiting his tenants' fear of raised rents to get chores and favors done.
He is told that Jack is homosexual to bypass any objections he might have to a man living with two women. He does not appear to dislike Jack or homosexuals in general, but he does keep his distance whenever Jack gets "too close" to him and sees Jack's supposed homosexuality as a source of amusement and makes several jokes at his expense, often calling Jack "Tinkerbell".
Stanley is extremely cheap as revealed in the episode "Stanley's Hotline", in which the trio calls him "the cheapest man alive" and very much penny wise, pound foolish. Stanley drives a run-down Chevrolet Bel Air , which he attempted to sell to the trio, but reneged when he learned he could get a lot more money for it from another buyer who thought it was the classic and far more valuable model.
Brookes III who eventually sells them their house. Stanley intensely disliked Jeffrey, and the feeling is mutual. When Stanley and Helen were investigating buying the house, Jeffrey's son David explained to Stanley that if his father did not like Stanley and Helen, he would never let them move in. When Jeffrey arrived for the showing, Stanley began telling a false story that the house was perfect for his "drums" and "wild parties.
Jeffrey then posted a phony "sold" sign in front of the house to deter them. Stanley concealed his joy, but for Helen's sake he feigned sadness, saying, "I would buy it in an instant if it wasn't sold! Helen always yearns for romance and sex with her uninterested husband, Stanley, and he almost never delivers, which frustrates her. Helen had a signature look featuring colorful flowing caftans and muumuus and oversize chunky necklaces.
Helen enjoys a friendship with the three tenants who live above her, to whom she affectionately refers as "the kids". Helen, unlike her husband, knows that Jack is not gay, but out of fondness for the trio, plays along with the charade. Contrary to her tightfisted and very suspicious husband, Helen does not mind that Jack lives with Janet and Chrissy, and is very understanding of their situation. She frequently tries to defuse tense situations between her husband and the trio. Eventually, Stanley and she move to Cheviot Hills, an affluent neighborhood of Los Angeles, where her natural snobbishness asserts itself, often aided and abetted by her sister, Ethel Armbruster, who clearly despises Stanley.
Despite her attempts at adopting the behavior of her more affluent neighbors, she still retains her kindness. Helen and Stanley returned to the trio's apartment in a special guest appearance. Helen was frustrated with Stanley because he forgot their anniversary.
She went downstairs to Ralph Furley 's apartment to get some sleep Mr. Furley was out of town at the time. A very tired Mr. Furley returned home early and went straight to bed, unaware that he was not alone. Soon, Mr. Roper came in the bedroom, finding Helen and Ralph in bed together, and said, "Helen, if this a supposed affair with Mr. Furley is what you want, so be it. Later, Stanley came back and started fighting for Helen against Mr.
Furley, which made Helen happy. Soon, the two went to sleep in Mr. Furley's bed, which could have been the answer to Helen's wishes. Ralph Furley was portrayed by Don Knotts. The character was introduced in the season four episode "The New Landlord", which aired September 25, Ralph Furley is the landlord and manager of a Santa Monica apartment building that is now owned by his brother, Bart, who acquired it from Stanley Roper.
Furley fancies himself a playboy, a "ladies' man" and a "macho man", despite the fact he has not had a date in years and is not appealing to women at all. Furley is very subservient and seems to fear his brother Bart. Like Stanley Roper before him, he was also tricked into believing that Jack was gay for him to continue living with Janet and Chrissy in fact, Mr.
Roper was the one who told Mr. Furley about this when he sold the building. Because of his own playboy lifestyle, Mr. Furley probably would have approved of the situation himself, but he knew his brother Bart would never tolerate a straight man living with two women. Also, like Mr.
Roper before him, Mr. Furley liked to occasionally crack gay jokes about Jack at his expense calling Jack "Tippy Toes" as opposed to Mr. Roper's "Tinkerbell". Furley often wears outlandish leisure suits in very loud colors with ascots, and has his apartment decorated like a playboy's pad.
Usually, his shirts are very brightly colored. For his role of Mr. Furley, Knotts donned a toupee. Although Mr. Furley's brother Bart is frequently mentioned by him, the character only appears in one episode, played by Hamilton Camp. Furley defends his decisions as apartment manager by stating that his brother Bart, being the owner of the building, would or would not also approve of a decision. Many of the characteristics and mannerisms of Mr.
Larry Dalliapoulos was portrayed by Richard Kline. Larry lives upstairs from the trio, and is Jack's best friend. He is also a womanizing playboy who often lies about his occupation to impress girls, claiming to be " Playboy ' s best photographer," a doctor , an airline pilot , etc. He habitually uses false names, including Jack's, when picking up women for one-night stands so that he might better forestall any attempts by such women to pursue a relationship, although the tactic backfired in "Will the Real Jack Tripper Larry is also constantly in debt, often owing Jack money.
In one episode, when being questioned by his landlord Mr. Larry is of Greek descent, though this fact and his original last name are mentioned only in the episode where Jack opens Jack's Bistro, in which Larry explains that he shortened it to "Dallas" because he "could never spell 'Dalliapoulos' ". Larry has the distinction of being the only other character besides Jack Tripper to appear on Three's Company and both of its spin-offs, The Ropers and Three's a Crowd.
When appearing on Three's a Crowd near the end of its single season, he states that he has moved to Bakersfield due to downturns in the used car business. Lana Shields was portrayed by Ann Wedgeworth. Lana Shields is a bosomy, amorous, three-time older divorcee who had an unrequited crush on Jack. She is constantly flirting with Jack and tries to seduce him every time she is in his presence, while Jack, though, tries his best to avoid Lana at all costs, especially around new landlord Ralph Furley, who, like Mr.
Roper before him, is deceived into believing Jack is a homosexual in order to allow Jack to continue living with Chrissy and Janet. Unlike Jack, though, Mr. Furley is attracted to Lana and regularly tries to "put the moves on her," but she dislikes him, which he never comes to realize. Lana's first appearance was in the episode "Love Thy Neighbor" from season four, in which Jack takes a job as a male escort , which is how he first meets Lana, to make some quick cash.
He soon learns that Lana wants to do much more with him than just have a casual dinner out on the town. In the next episode "The New Landlord" which introduces Mr.
Cindy Snow was portrayed by Jenilee Harrison during the show's fifth and sixth seasons (–82). The cousin of the character Chrissy Snow, Cindy was phased out. Suzanne Somers as Chrissy Snow (seasons 1–5): A ditzy, sexy secretary from Fresno. Norman Fell as Stanley Roper (seasons 1–3; season 5, guest star): The trio's. Oct 10, - Explore Chrissy George's board "Chrissy Snow" on Pinterest. See more ideas about chrissy snow, suzanne somers, three's company.