(Suggested listening: Well, duh)
May I present for your viewing pleasure, the pilot episode of "Three's Company," the classic two girls and a guy sitcom built around double entendres, dumb blond jokes and Jack Tripper's feigned homosexuality.
The show, adapted from an earlier British sitcom, was also known for notorious diva behavior and some particularly awful spin-off attempts.
"You'll see that life is a ball again and
laughter is callin' for you
Down at our rendezvous,
Three's company, too!"