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Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles: Josh Flagg surprises Suzanne Somers while trying outdoor bathtub

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Suzanne Somers couldn’t believe it when she saw Josh Flagg bathing in her outdoor tub on Thursday’s episode of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles.

The 74-year-old actress and her husband Alan Hamel, 85, looked for Josh, 36, after he disappeared while visiting their Palm Springs compound with his husband Bobby Boyd, 36.

‘I can’t believe it,’ Alan said as he spied Josh outside.

Outdoor tub: Suzanne Somers couldn’t believe it when she saw Josh Flagg bathing in her outdoor tub on Thursday’s episode of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles

‘He’s in the tub. Oh, wow,’ Suzanne said.

‘I had to try it out because if we’re gonna sell this to somebody I can’t tell them that the bathtub experience is phenomenal if I haven’t actually tried it,’ Flagg told Suzanne, Alan and Bobby.

‘This is as good as it gets isn’t it? You sure look good in it,’ said Suzanne, who starred in the 1970s sitcom Three’s Company.

‘On that note,’ Flagg said before standing up covered only in suds.

Must try: 'I had to try it out because if we're gonna sell this to somebody I can't tell them that the bathtub experience is phenomenal if I haven't actually tried it,' Flagg told Suzanne

Must try: ‘I had to try it out because if we’re gonna sell this to somebody I can’t tell them that the bathtub experience is phenomenal if I haven’t actually tried it,’ Flagg told Suzanne

For sale: The 74-year-old actress and her husband Alan Hamel, 85, looked for Josh, 36, after he disappeared while visiting their Palm Springs compound with his husband Bobby Boyd, 36

For sale: The 74-year-old actress and her husband Alan Hamel, 85, looked for Josh, 36, after he disappeared while visiting their Palm Springs compound with his husband Bobby Boyd, 36

Big surprise: 'He's in the tub. Oh, wow,' Suzanne said as she saw Flagg taking a bath

Big surprise: ‘He’s in the tub. Oh, wow,’ Suzanne said as she saw Flagg taking a bath

Hit show: Suzanne is shown with Joyce DeWitt and the late John Ritter in a 1977 promo still for Three's Company

Hit show: Suzanne is shown with Joyce DeWitt and the late John Ritter in a 1977 promo still for Three’s Company

‘Oh, no!,’ Alan exclaimed as he covered his eyes and turned away.

‘What? You never seen a real man before?,’ Flagg asked.

‘Too far,’ Bobby said as he walked away.

Stood up: 'What? You never seen a real man before?,' Flagg asked as he stood up in the tub

Stood up: ‘What? You never seen a real man before?,’ Flagg asked as he stood up in the tub

Suzanne and Alan then pointed at naked Flagg and she borrowed a line from the Three’s Company theme song and quipped, ‘Come and knock on my door’.

Flagg had the property listed at $8.5 million and was returning to Los Angeles with Bobby after showing the sprawling property to several brokers.

‘This house is gonna take a lot of my time. I’m gonna have to re-strategize and find a way to get this estate sold, because there is nothing like this in Palm Springs. So we need to find a broker or a client that really understands this kind of a property,’ Flagg said in a confessional.

Good one: Suzanne and Alan then pointed at naked Flagg and she borrowed a line from the Three's Company theme song and quipped, 'Come and knock on my door'

Good one: Suzanne and Alan then pointed at naked Flagg and she borrowed a line from the Three’s Company theme song and quipped, ‘Come and knock on my door’

New strategy: 'This house is gonna take a lot of my time. I'm gonna have to re-strategize and find a way to get this estate sold, because there is nothing like this in Palm Springs. So we need to find a broker or a client that really understands this kind of a property,' Flagg said in a confessional

New strategy: ‘This house is gonna take a lot of my time. I’m gonna have to re-strategize and find a way to get this estate sold, because there is nothing like this in Palm Springs. So we need to find a broker or a client that really understands this kind of a property,’ Flagg said in a confessional

Bobby earlier during their visit revealed to Suzanne that he and Flagg had been watching Three’s Company every night from season one.

‘Now that you know our deep, dark secret, Suzanne, can I please see an impression of Chrissy Snow?,’ Flagg asked referencing her ditzy character on the ABC sitcom.

Suzanne then made a funny face and grasped her hands in front of her anxiously as the guys laughed.

Big secret: Bobby earlier during their visit revealed to Suzanne that he and Flagg had been watching Three's Company every night from season one

Big secret: Bobby earlier during their visit revealed to Suzanne that he and Flagg had been watching Three’s Company every night from season one

Flagg asked who came up with her character’s demeanor and Alan gave his wife credit.

‘How do you make a dumb blonde likeable? Likeable and lovable?,’ Suzanne said before she went into Chrissy mode again. ‘This threatens nobody. She was fun.’

‘Wow, that was impressive,’ Flagg said.

Fun character: 'How do you make a dumb blonde likeable? Likeable and lovable?,' Suzanne said before she went into Chrissy mode again. 'This threatens nobody. She was fun'

Fun character: ‘How do you make a dumb blonde likeable? Likeable and lovable?,’ Suzanne said before she went into Chrissy mode again. ‘This threatens nobody. She was fun’

Flagg promised Suzanne that he would continue to show the house himself before he disappeared and was found in her tub.

The season 13 episode titled Two’s Company, Three’s a Crowd also showed James Harris, 37, and David Parnes, 39, going on a listing meeting for a new home in Upper Bel Air.

They were meeting with seller/developer Eyal who they previously worked with in 2016 on a new home in Culver City that ‘smashed comps’ and sold for $3,625,000.

Listing meeting: The season 13 episode titled Two's Company, Three's a Crowd also showed David Parnes, 37, and James Harris, 37, going on a listing meeting for a new home in Upper Bel Air

Listing meeting: The season 13 episode titled Two’s Company, Three’s a Crowd also showed David Parnes, 37, and James Harris, 37, going on a listing meeting for a new home in Upper Bel Air

The 6,550 square foot home had been on the market for $10 million with seller/developer Doron previously listing it with his agent wife Leetal.

The property featured a 55-foot infinity pool, a floating staircase, entertainer’s kitchen and built-in wine racks.

James suggested a listing price of $7.5 million and Doron hired them at a listing price of $7,995,000.

Original price: The 6,550 square foot home had been on the market for $10 million with seller/developer Doron listing it with his agent wife Leetal

Original price: The 6,550 square foot home had been on the market for $10 million with seller/developer Doron listing it with his agent wife Leetal

Big kitchen: The home featured an entertainer's kitchen

Big kitchen: The home featured an entertainer’s kitchen

That meant a potential commission of $199,875 for James and David.

Doron, however, then dropped the condition that his wife Leetal would be the co-listing agent on the deal lowering the potential commission to $99,938.

‘A lot of agents detest co-listing. We actually don’t mind it, although when we built our business, for the last 10 years, around selling homes in Bel Air, we’re giving away all of our experience for 50 percent of the commission. But for David and I, half of something is a lot better than all of nothing,’ James said in a confessional.

Co-listing deal: Doron then dropped the condition that his wife Leetal would be the co-listing agent on the deal lowering the potential commission to $99,938.

Co-listing deal: Doron then dropped the condition that his wife Leetal would be the co-listing agent on the deal lowering the potential commission to $99,938.

Leetal though frustrated James and David as she joined them on showings and was so emotionally attached that she hardly let them speak to brokers and agents.

‘I literally cannot get a word out. That’s a first,’ James said in a confessional.

Real estate agent Lindsay questioned some of the finishes and Leetal said the house perhaps wasn’t for her clients and scolded her to do more research. 

Buyer's agent: Buyer's agent Lindsay questioned some of the finishes and Leetal said the house perhaps wasn't for her clients and scolded her to do more research

Buyer’s agent: Buyer’s agent Lindsay questioned some of the finishes and Leetal said the house perhaps wasn’t for her clients and scolded her to do more research

The episode also showed Tracy Tutor, 46, working hard to sell her younger sister Kristin’s home in Holmby Hills that they listed at $29.9 million.

Tracy spoke to her mother Cheryl about the pressure she was under while they drank wine together.

She got a call from broker Ben who made an offer of $26 million for her sister’s Mapleton house and Tracy worried that if she bungled the deal that it would ruin her relationship with her sister.

Family affair: The episode also showed Tracy Tutor, 46, working hard to sell her younger sister Kristin's home in Holmby Hills that they listed at $29.9 million

Family affair: The episode also showed Tracy Tutor, 46, working hard to sell her younger sister Kristin’s home in Holmby Hills that they listed at $29.9 million

Under pressure: She spoke to her mother Cheryl about the pressure she was under while they drank wine together

Under pressure: She spoke to her mother Cheryl about the pressure she was under while they drank wine together

‘Look, it’s now come a time for you to let this go. I believe that Kristin should have used you when she bought her house. That was something that hurt you deeply. And it’s affected you. Just put it behind you because it doesn’t do you any good,’ said Cheryl who also remined Tracy that she was ‘fabulous’ at her job.

Tracy left a message for Kristin asking if she would still go as low as $27 million and Kristin wrote back, ‘I’ll take 27. If you can get me 27, I won’t go to the market, but that’s the number it’s gotta be’.

She then called Ben who called her back and said they had a deal at $27 million.

Done deal: Tracy got a call from broker Ben who made an offer of $26 million for her sister's Mapleton house and Tracy worried that if she bungled the deal that it would ruin her relationship with her sister, but she eventually got the $27 million her sister wanted

Done deal: Tracy got a call from broker Ben who made an offer of $26 million for her sister’s Mapleton house and Tracy worried that if she bungled the deal that it would ruin her relationship with her sister, but she eventually got the $27 million her sister wanted

Tracy earned a commission of $675,000 on the deal and got a big congratulatory hug from her proud mother. 

Josh Altman, 42, also had his hands full selling an eight-bedroom home in Encino for Randi Kesselman Grusd, the wife of Snap Inc. executive Jared Grusd.

He met their daughters Sienna, 14, Kendall, 13, and nine-year-old Devin during a listing meeting and they revealed they didn’t want to move and were not going to be helpful.

Snap family: Josh Altman, 42, also had his hands full selling an eight-bedroom home in Encino for Randi Kesselman Grusd, the wife of Snap Inc. executive Jared Grusd

Snap family: Josh Altman, 42, also had his hands full selling an eight-bedroom home in Encino for Randi Kesselman Grusd, the wife of Snap Inc. executive Jared Grusd

Cute girls: Sienna, 14, Kendall, 13, and nine-year-old Devin during the  listing meeting said they didn't want to move and were not going to be helpful

Cute girls: Sienna, 14, Kendall, 13, and nine-year-old Devin during the  listing meeting said they didn’t want to move and were not going to be helpful

They lived up to their word as Altman showed the home listed at $8,750,000 to potential buyers only to be interrupted by their antics.

The girls posted signs that the house had mold and broken fixtures and dropped a book from a balcony near where Altman was standing while showing off the house.

‘This is frustrating. I can’t yell at ’em. They’re not my kids. Randi’s a huge client where, if this goes well, I can sell them something else. These little girls could cost me half a million. Cute in the beginning. Not cute right now,’ Altman said in a confessional.

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles will return next week on Bravo.

No entry: The girls lived up to their word as Altman showed the home listed at $8,750,000 to potential buyers only to be interrupted by their antics

No entry: The girls lived up to their word as Altman showed the home listed at $8,750,000 to potential buyers only to be interrupted by their antics

Mold warning: The girls posted signs that the house had mold and broken fixtures and dropped a book from a balcony near where Altman was standing while showing off the house

Mold warning: The girls posted signs that the house had mold and broken fixtures and dropped a book from a balcony near where Altman was standing while showing off the house

Not cute: 'This is frustrating. I can't yell at 'em. They're not my kids. Randi's a huge client where, if this goes well, I can sell them something else. These little girls could cost me half a million. Cute in the beginning. Not cute right now,' Altman said in a confessional

Not cute: ‘This is frustrating. I can’t yell at ’em. They’re not my kids. Randi’s a huge client where, if this goes well, I can sell them something else. These little girls could cost me half a million. Cute in the beginning. Not cute right now,’ Altman said in a confessional

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