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A relationship follows and Hooperman must juggle work, love, and the antics of Bijoux the dog. This series starred Markie Post as Georgie Anne Lahti and Billy Bob Thornton as Billy Bob Davis.Jenilee Harrison and then Priscilla Barnes filled Somers's role.Much of the comedy centered around Jack's pretending to be gay to keep the old-fashioned landlords appeased over the seemingly sordid living arrangements. A year-long spin-off Three's a Crowd ensued, as the Jack Tripper character has a live-in girlfriend and runs his own bistro.In 1988, John was nominated for both an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for his work on Hooperman. In 1992–95, Ritter returned to television for three seasons as John Hartman, aide to a U. He also played Garry Lejeune / Roger Tramplemain in the production Noises Off in 1992.After his time on television, he appeared in a number of movies, most notably Problem Child and its first sequel.

Ritter also made guest appearances on TV shows, such as Felicity, Ally Mc Beal, Scrubs, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and an episode of Law & Order: SVU (2002).John also provided the voice of the title character in the PBS animated children's show Clifford the Big Red Dog, a role for which he received four Emmy nominations.Ritter played Claude Pichon in The Dinner Party (2000) at the Music Box Theatre on Broadway, which was written by Neil Simon. Ritter won the Theatre World Award in 2001 for his performance in that work.In 2003, Ritter made what was his final stage appearance in All About Eve star-studded benefit for the Actors' Fund of America, held at the Ahmanson Theatre.Ritter was known for playing Jack Tripper on the ABC sitcom Three's Company (1977–1984), for which he received a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award in 1984.He briefly reprised the role on the spin-off Three's a Crowd, which aired for one season.