Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The British sitcom Sorry I'm Single was something of a dry run for the longer-lasting Man About the House, which of course was adapted for American television as Three's Company. Comic actor Derek Nimmo starred as David, a likeable if somewhat stuffy student. The fun began when David ended up sharing a flat with three nubile young ladies: Brenda (Gwendolyn Watts), Karen (Elizabeth Knight), and Suzy (Pik-Sen Lim). Although nothing of an intimate nature ever happened, the implications of the premise were enough to generate laughter. Eight half-hour episodes of Sorry I'm Single were beamed out by BBC1 from August 1 to September 26, 1967.