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Two Sets of Threesomes: Charlie's Angels and Three's Company - Some Thought-Provoking Similarities

By Edited Nov 14, 2016 0 0

Charlie's Angels and Three's Company - may have some interesting, thought-provoking similarities, including a cast of threesomes - as a set of primary roles, which have provided television viewers with a lot of dramatic and/or comedic adventure, to be entertained by.

The first similarity:

Charlie's Angels is a television series about three women. The series was broadcast from 1976 to 1981, in the USA - on the ABC Television Network.

Three's Company is an American sitcom about three roommates, that aired on ABC - from 1977 to 1984.

The second similarity:

Initially - Both television programs had one gal, as part of each of the show's (original) trio - that was blonde.

Farrah Fawcett-Majors played (the original blonde character) Jill Munroe in Charlie's Angels, and - Suzanne Somers played (the original blonde character) Chrissy Snow, in Three's Company.

Some cast changes -

Later - both of the show's original trios, were modified. Farrah Fawcett-Majors's role of Jill Munroe, was replaced by (Jill Munroe's) sister: Kris Munroe (played by Cheryl Ladd), and - the role played by Suzanne Somers (Chrissy Snow), was replaced by the character's cousin: Cindy Snow (played by Jenilee Harrison); both blondes; each replacing (one of the) original roles - of the two original trios.

Afterwards - Cheryl Ladd's role (Kris Munroe), was replaced by Shelly Hack (as Tiffany Wells), in Charlies Angels; and - Jenilee Harrison's role (Cindy Snow), was replaced by Priscilla Barnes (who played Terri Alden), in Three's Company - They too, had blondish hair.

Now for some brunette variety -

Later, the role played by Shelly Hack (as Tiffany Wells) - was replaced by Tanya Roberts (who played the 'brunette' character - Julie Rogers), in Charlie's Angels.

However - Prisilla Barnes (Terri Alden) of Three's Company, was not replaced. She remained on the show; seasons 6-8. (The pattern of replacement, being broken.)

Both of the show's settings were in California; and - they both gave television viewers (of the later 1970's and early 1980's) - some of the most memorable episodes, that made watching two sets of trios in action... an always adventurous, envelope-pushing, appealing experience.

Sources ~

Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three%27s_Company

Website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie%27s_Angels

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