In a spotlight article on the then-new hit series, Murder, She Wrote, Angela Lansbury took the time to trash the acting of one of her guest stars, Priscilla Barnes, from Three's Company fame.
In the latest in a feature spotlighting backdoor pilots, Brian reveals how Three's Company sent the Ropers off to their own TV series.
Brian explains how Three's Company's plotlines were often very similar to Silver Age comic book plots, especially from the Superman group of titles.
Richard Kline, Larry from Three's Company, shares the bizarre story of how he was struck by lightning while serving in the Army during Vietnam.
Richard Kline, Larry from Three's Company, shares the sense of "double guilt" that he dealt with in Vietnam due to both being a liberal actor being in the Army, and as as non-combat officer.
In a look at pop culture moments that we wish we could forget, Brian looks at how Three's Company even took its gay panic to the opening credits of the series.
In the latest collection of recurring pieces of pop culture, Brian spotlights five TV shows that aired in syndication as a whole other show (as they became part of that show's syndication package).