It took three women to make Charlie's Angels a classic of '70s jiggle television. Three's Company only needed Suzanne Somers. (Sorry, Joyce DeWitt.) Suzanne was having a last laugh, too, since she originally lost out on the role of Angels's Jill Monroe to Farrah Fawcett. Suzanne had already established herself as one of L.A.'s sexiest '70s blondes, thanks to a sexy scene on Starsky and Hutch and some poolside nudity in the Dirty Harry hit Magnum Force (1973)--although she was killed off too soon to get her name in the credits. The success of her sitcom also gave Suzanne a chance to get even sexier in the TV movie Zuma Beach (1978) and the big-screen film Nothing Personal (1980). From there it was salary disputes and plenty of TV movies. But if you ever see reruns of her '90s family sitcom Step by Step, listen for the discreet references to her kinky sex life with TV hubby Patrick Duffy.