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Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 24, 1970
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
ABC TV Network
Genre

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The Odd Couple (1970)

Two divorced men, Felix, a neurotic neat freak, and Oscar, a compulsive slob, both live in the same Manhattan apartment.

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05x22 Felix Remarries Aired: Mar. 07, 1975

Felix is convinced he has changed and wants another chance with Gloria. He will even go as far as sleeping in Oscar's room to prove he is no …

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The show had 5 seasons and 114 episodes air between 1970 and 1975.

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  • The name of the paper Oscar wrote for was the "New York Herald". It was, in fact, a real newspaper--sort of. Its name was actually the New York Herald-Tribune and it folded in the mid-'60s.…
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    The name of the paper Oscar wrote for was the "New York Herald". It was, in fact, a real newspaper--sort of. Its name was actually the New York Herald-Tribune and it folded in the mid-'60s. It was founded by Horace Greeley.
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  • Felix and Oscar live at 74th st and Central Park West. This is mentioned in the episode where Oscar wins a car on the radio from Dick Clark. The pair actually state the address, and in the…
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    Felix and Oscar live at 74th st and Central Park West. This is mentioned in the episode where Oscar wins a car on the radio from Dick Clark. The pair actually state the address, and in the scene where they win the car is filmed outside the San Remo apartment building, which is actually located on Central Park West, between 74th and 75th streets in Manhattan. Their address is also mentioned several times as being 1049 Park Ave.
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  • Tony Randall continually fretted about the show's future, as it rarely drew high ratings and was always seemingly on the verge of cancellation. Jack Klugman would often tell Randall not to…
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    Tony Randall continually fretted about the show's future, as it rarely drew high ratings and was always seemingly on the verge of cancellation. Jack Klugman would often tell Randall not to worry, accurately predicting the show's success and longevity upon its reruns entering into syndication.
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