I was never a big fan of 'Three's Company' with John Ritter, but I do have fond memories of the sequel 'Three's A Crowd'. That's because Ritter's co-star was a friend from my college days, Mary Cadorette.
In one of the last episodes of 'Three's Company', Mary's character of Vicky Bradford was introduced. She was a stew-# sorry, she was a flight attendant for Trans-Allied Airlines and she and Jack Tripper "met cute" during one of the flights she was working.
In the 22nd episode of the one-season series, Trans-Allied Airlines - or TAA - got more attention:
Jack has stardom go to his head when he appears as a passenger along with Vicky in a commercial for her airline (Trans Allied Airlines). However, turbulence occurs on the set when Jack and the temperamental director get into a fight.
Whether or not that commercial ever got finished, TAA had other venues in which to publicize themselves......
'THE NAME OF THE GAME'
This poster was at LAX, where Herb Whitmer (seen above) was waiting for the arrival of Crime magazine editor Dan Farrell, with his mother and his daughter, from Minneapolis.
This serves as an unofficial link between 'The Name Of The Game' and 'Three's A Crowd', but it's good enough for this Caretaker.....