‘Three’s Company’ Star Suzanne Somers Can Apparently Cook Up Some Mean Ribs

by Joe Rutland
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Suzanne Somers of Three’s Company fame shared some good-looking video of ribs being cooked at her home on Friday.

Somers, who played Chrissy Snow on the ABC sitcom, lets us get a closer look at the tasty food.

Let’s take a look, Outsiders, and grab a napkin, fork, and paper plate.

Somers writes about Alan’s ribs. The reference is to her longtime husband, Alan Hamel. Somers is 75 while Hamel is 85.

After her Three’s Company time ended, she would go on to appear on the stage in Las Vegas hotels. Somers also became a household name for selling fitness equipment on TV.

She found herself on another successful sitcom. Somers co-starred with Patrick Duffy in the ABC sitcom Step by Step. It ran from 1991-98.

On her breakout show, Somers co-starred with John Ritter and Joyce DeWitt, respectively. She had been fired over a salary dispute by show producers.

‘Three’s Company’ Star Talks About Difference In ‘Step by Step,’ ‘The Brady Bunch’

Sure, that headline above here is like a sitcom title crash on an interstate freeway.

But we’ll get all of that sorted out for you, Outsiders.

Somers, as we already have established, had roles on Three’s Company and Step by Step.

Let’s get out of this sitcom alphabet soup with Somers’ help. So, there might be some similarities between Step by Step and The Brady Bunch. Both shows had lead actresses with Carol in their character’s name.

Somers points out a key difference in an interview with Yahoo! Entertainment.

What is it?

“Carol Brady never had sex, that we know of,” She said. “There were a bunch of kids, but I don’t know how she had them!”

And what about Step by Step? Carol and Frank Lambert, played by Duffy, showed more intimacy.

“Frank and Carol … were a very sexy couple,” Somers said. “The whole show was about trying to get laid, but a kid always walked in the room.”

Actress Discusses Time Spent Performing In Front Of American Troops

Another part of Somers’ career involved entertaining American troops as part of the USO.

Somers elaborated about this in an interview with Fox News.

She said that she comes from cops, firemen, and wardens.

Somers realized that “serving your country is one of the most fulfilling things in life, and I did it by doing TV specials on the USS Ranger Aircraft Carrier and another in Germany at Ramstein Air Force Base,” she Somers said. “I also took our sexy tap dancers to military bases in Germany and in Korea… Facing armed North Korean guards was unsettling, but I felt safe surrounded by our brave military.”

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