Darqstar (darqstar) wrote,
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I feel so guilty...

I know Jon Ritter is dead. He was a good actor and he genuinly seemed like a decent human being when I saw him in various interviews.

That being said, I absolutely cannot stand Three's Company. The show is lame and how many times can you play the "We overhear and innocent comment and immedietly think the sky is going to fall!"

It's basically Chicken Little for horny people. Cause every misunderstanding seems to revolve around sex.

*Sighs* I used to feel fine in admitting I thought the show was lame to the Nth degree. But it seems wrong now that Jon is dead.

I wonder if he's forced to watch reruns of Three's Company where he is now. If so, then I'm pretty sure he's not where he wanted to end up.
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