CTVA US Comedy - "The Odd Couple" (Paramount/ABC) Season 1 (1970-71)

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Starring Tony Randall (as Felix Unger) & Jack Klugman (as Oscar Madison)
Season 1 (ABC) (1970-71)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

 
 
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ABC Thursdays 9.30pm Eastern

1.1 [--] The Odd Couple: THE LAUNDRY ORGY
24Sep70 ABC Thur
Written by: Jerry Belson and Garry Marshall
Felix and Oscar try to break up their poker game so that they can
go out with the Pigeon sisters.

1.2 [--] The Odd Couple: THE FLIGHT OF THE FELIX
01Oct70 ABC Thur
Written by: Peggy Elliot and Ed Scharlach
A tough hockey player challenges Felix to a boxing match.

1.3 [--] The Odd Couple: FELIX GETS SICK
08Oct70 ABC Thur
Written by: Albert Lewin
When Felix gets sick, he interrupts Oscar's plans for a romantic evening with a stewardess.

1.4 [--] The Odd Couple: THE JURY STORY
15Oct70 ABC Thur
Written by: Gordon Mitchell
Oscar and Felix tell the Pigeon sisters how they first met (Flashback).

1.5 [--] The Odd Couple: THE BREAKUP
22Oct70 ABC Thur
Written by: Ruth Brooks Flippen
When Oscar throws Felix out of the apartment, he moves in with Murray, then
Vinnie, and then the Pigeon sisters.

1.6 [--] The Odd Couple: OSCAR'S ULCER (TV Guide title: "Hobson's Coice")
29Oct70 ABC Thur
Written by: Bob Rodgers
When Oscar's ulcer starts acting up, he blames it on Felix.

1.7 [--] The Odd Couple: I DO, I DON'T
05Nov70 ABC Thur
Written by: Carl Kleinschmitt
Felix accidentally breaks up a wedding, and tries to get the couple back together.

1.8 [--] The Odd Couple: OSCAR, THE MODEL
12Nov70 ABC Thur
Written by: Jerry Belson and Garry Marshall
Oscar poses for a cologne advertisement that Felix is assigned to photograph.

1.9 [--] The Odd Couple: THE BIG BROTHERS
19Nov70 ABC Thur
Written by: Perry Grant and Dick Bensfield
Felix volunteers to be a big brother to a fatherless boy, who seems to like Oscar better than him.

[--]  26Nov70 - no details

1.10 [--] The Odd Couple: IT'S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BIRD
03Dec70 ABC Thur
Written by: Dale McRaven
Felix's pet bird dies, so he and Oscar take him to a pet cemetery.

1.11 [--] The Odd Couple: FELIX IS MISSING
10Dec70 ABC Thur
Written by: Albert E. Lewin
When Felix gets snowbound while on a job, Oscar and the others wonder where he is.

1.12 [--] The Odd Couple: SCROOGE GETS AN OSCAR
17Dec70 ABC Thur
Written by: Ron Friedman
Felix and the others try to persuade Oscar to play Scrooge in the police Christmas play.

1.13 [--] The Odd Couple: THE BLACKOUT
24Dec70 ABC Thur
Written by: Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller
During a blackout, the guys discover that someone took $50 from the pot in their
poker game, and Oscar is the prime suspect.

1.14 [--] The Odd Couple: THEY USE HORSERADISH, DON'T THEY
07Jan71 ABC Thur
Written by: Garry Marshall
Felix enters a cooking contest, but when nerves cause his arms to go stiff, Oscar has to help him.

1.15 [--] The Odd Couple: THE HIDEAWAY
14Jan71 ABC Thur
Written by: Harry Winkler and Harry Dolan
A young football player stays with Oscar and Felix while Oscar helps him
negotiate a contract.

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1.16 [--] The Odd Couple: LOVERS DON'T MAKE HOUSE CALLS
29Jan71 ABC Fri
Written by: Ron Friedman
When a pretty doctor makes a house call for Felix, Oscar tries to ask her out.

1.17 [--] The Odd Couple: ENGRAVE TROUBLE
05Feb71 ABC Fri
Written by: Peggy Elliot and Ed Sharlach
Felix gets a watch engraved for Gloria, but it is stolen when the jewelry store is robbed.

1.18 [--] The Odd Couple: BUNNY IS MISSING DOWN BY THE LAKE
12Feb71 ABC Fri
Written by: Alan Mandel & Charles Shyer
Oscar and Felix go to a mountain cabin to go fishing, but things don't turn out as planned.

1.19 [--] The Odd Couple: YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY, BABY
19Feb71 ABC Fri
Written by: Garry Marshall
A baby gets left behind at Felix's studio, so he takes it home
until he can locate the mother.

1.20 [--] The Odd Couple: A TASTE OF MONEY
26Feb71 ABC Fri
Written by: Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell
When a boy in their apartment building finds two thousand dollars,
Oscar and Felix try to find out where it came from.

1.21 [--] The Odd Couple: OSCAR'S NEW LIFE
05Mar71 ABC Fri
Written by: Jack Winter
When Oscar is fired from the New York Herald, he gets a job at a girlie magazine.

1.22 [--] The Odd Couple: WHAT MAKES FELIX RUN
12Mar71 ABC Fri
Written by: Bill Manhoff
Oscar tries to help Felix be less finicky, so that he won't annoy Gloria so much.

1.23 [--] The Odd Couple: WHAT DOES A NAKED LADY SAY TO YOU?
19Mar71 ABC Fri
Written by: Peggy Elliot & Ed Scharlach
Felix's new girlfriend turns out to be an actress in a nude play.

1.24 [--] The Odd Couple: TRAPPED
26Mar71 ABC Fri
Written by: Alan Mandel
Oscar, Felix and Nancy accidentally get locked in the basement on their way to a costume party.

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