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Episode Guide

The episodes are numbered in order of the original airdate on ABC. Some episodes are numbered differently by Nick at Nite/TV Land or other episode guides. These alternate episode numbers are shown in parentheses.

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Season 1

1 - "The Laundry Orgy"
Original Airdate: September 24, 1970
Written by: Jerry Belson and Garry Marshall
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Felix and Oscar try to break up their poker game so that they can go out with the Pigeon sisters.

2 - "The Flight of the Felix"
Original Airdate: October 1, 1970
Written by: Peggy Elliot and Ed Scharlach
Directed by: Bruce Bilson
A tough hockey player challenges Felix to a boxing match.

3 - "Felix Gets Sick"
Original Airdate: October 8, 1970
Written by: Albert Lewin
Directed by: Hal Cooper
When Felix gets sick, he interrupts Oscar''s plans for a romantic evening with a stewardess.

4 - "The Jury Story"
Original Airdate: October 15, 1970
Written by: Gordon Mitchell
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Oscar and Felix tell the Pigeon sisters how they first met (Flashback).

5 - "The Breakup"
Original Airdate: October 22, 1970
Written by: Ruth Brooks Flippen
Directed by: Charles Rondeau
When Oscar throws Felix out of the apartment, he moves in with Murray, then Vinnie, and then the Pigeon sisters.

6 - "Oscar''s Ulcer"
Original Airdate: October 29, 1970
Written by: Bob Rodgers
Directed by: Bruce Bilson
When Oscar''s ulcer starts acting up, he blames it on Felix.

7 - "I Do, I Don''t"
Original Airdate: November 5, 1970
Written by: Carl Kleinschmitt
Directed by: Bruce Bilson
Felix accidentally breaks up a wedding, and tries to get the couple back together.

8 - "Oscar, the Model"
Original Airdate: November 12, 1970
Written by: Jerry Belson and Garry Marshall
Directed by: George Tyne
Oscar poses for a cologne advertisement that Felix is assigned to photograph.

9 - "The Big Brothers"
Original Airdate: November 19, 1970
Written by: Perry Grant and Dick Bensfield
Directed by: Bruce Bilson
Felix volunteers to be a big brother to a fatherless boy, who seems to like Oscar better than him.
Comment: Why would Felix want to be a big brother when he''s already got 2 kids of his own? The reason is because originally, Oscar and Felix weren''t supposed to have kids - It was against ABC''s standards to show divorced characters with kids. For whatever reason, Felix was later allowed to have kids, beginning partway through the second season.

10 - "It''s All Over Now, Baby Bird"
Original Airdate: December 3, 1970
Written by: Dale McRaven
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Felix''s pet bird dies, so he and Oscar take him to a pet cemetery.

11 - "Felix is Missing"
Original Airdate: December 10, 1970
Written by: Albert E. Lewin
Directed by: George Tyne
When Felix gets snowbound while on a job, Oscar and the others wonder where he is.

12 - "Scrooge Gets an Oscar"
Original Airdate: December 17, 1970
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: George Tyne
Felix and the others try to persuade Oscar to play Scrooge in the police Christmas play.

13 - "The Blackout"
Original Airdate: December 24, 1970
Written by: Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller
Directed by: Charles Rondeau
During a blackout, the guys discover that someone took $50 from the pot in their poker game, and Oscar is the prime suspect.

14 - "They Use Horseradish, Don''t They?"
Original Airdate: January 7, 1971
Written by: Garry Marshall
Directed by: Garry Marshall
Felix enters a cooking contest, but when nerves cause his arms to go stiff, Oscar has to help him.

15 - "The Hideaway"
Original Airdate: January 14, 1971
Written by: Harry Winkler and Harry Dolan
Directed by: Dick Michaels
A young football player stays with Oscar and Felix while Oscar helps him negotiate a contract.

16 - "Lovers Don''t Make House Calls"
Original Airdate: January 29, 1971
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: Bruce Bilson
When a pretty doctor makes a house call for Felix, Oscar tries to ask her out.

17 - "Engrave Trouble"
Original Airdate: Febrary 5, 1971
Written by: Peggy Elliot and Ed Sharlach
Directed by: Alan Rafkin
Felix gets a watch engraved for Gloria, but it is stolen when the jewelry store is robbed.

18 - "Bunny is Missing Down by the Lake"
Original Airdate: February 12, 1971
Written by: Alan Mandel & Charles Shyer
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Oscar and Felix go to a mountain cabin to go fishing, but things don''t turn out as planned.
Comment: Pamelyn Ferdin, who appears in this episode, later returns in two episodes as Felix''s daughter, Edna.

19 - "You''ve Come a Long Way, Baby"
Original Airdate: February 19, 1971
Written by: Garry Marshall
Directed by: Garry Marshall
A baby gets left behind at Felix''s studio, so he takes it home until he can locate the mother.

20 - "A Taste Of Money"
Original Airdate: February 26, 1971
Written by: Lloyd Turner and Gordon Mitchell
Directed by: Alan Rafkin
When a boy in their apartment building finds two thousand dollars, Oscar and Felix try to find out where it came from.

21 - "Oscar''s New Life"
Original Airdate: March 5, 1971
Written by: Jack Winter
Directed by: Alan Rafkin
When Oscar is fired from the New York Herald, he gets a job at a girlie magazine.

22 - "What Makes Felix Run"
Original Airdate: March 12, 1971
Written by: Bill Manhoff
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Oscar tries to help Felix be less finicky, so that he won''t annoy Gloria so much.

23 - "What Does a Naked Lady Say to You?"
Original Airdate: March 19, 1971
Written by: Peggy Elliot & Ed Scharlach
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Felix''s new girlfriend turns out to be an actress in a nude play.

24 - "Trapped"
Original Airdate: March 26, 1971
Written by: Alan Mandel
Directed by: Jerry Belson
Oscar, Felix and Nancy accidentally get locked in the basement on their way to a costume party.


Season 2

25 - "Natural Childbirth"
Original Airdate: September 17, 1971
Written by: Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Oscar''s pregnant niece shows up at the apartment, and wants to have the baby by natural childbirth.
Comment: This was the first episode to be filmed in front of a studio audience.

26 - "Felix''s Wife''s Boyfriend"
Original Airdate: September 24, 1971
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: Jerry Paris
When Gloria starts dating Nancy''s brother, Felix becomes jealous.

27 - "Hospital Mates"
Original Airdate: October 1, 1971
Written by: Garry Marshall
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Oscar and Felix both wind up in the hospital - in the same room.
Comment: This was the first episode to be filmed with three cameras.

28 - "Sleepwalker"
Original Airdate: October 8, 1971
Written by: Mickey Rose
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Oscar tries to stop yelling at Felix so much, but begins sleepwalking, and attacking Felix while he sleeps.

29 - "A Grave For Felix"
Original Airdate: October 15, 1971
Written by: Dick Bensfield and Perry Grant
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Felix selects a cemetery plot to buy, and gives the money to Oscar, who gambles it away.

30 (31) - "Murray the Fink"
Original Airdate: October 29, 1971
Written by: Perry Grant and Dick Bensfield
Directed by: Jay Sandrich
Murray arrests Oscar and Felix and the gang for gambling.

31 (32) - "Does Your Mother Know You''re Out, Rigoletto?"
Original Airdate: November 5, 1971
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Guest: Richard Fredericks (as himself)
Oscar gets opera star Richard Fredericks to perform in a show with Felix''s opera group.

32 (33) - "Fat Farm"
Original Airdate: November 12, 1971
Written by: Albert E. Lewin
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Felix convinces Oscar to spend two weeks at a health farm with him, but Oscar keeps trying to smuggle in food.

33 (34) - "The Odd Couple Meet their Host"
Original Airdate: November 19, 1971
Written by: Bill Idelson & Harvey Miller
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Guest: David Steinberg (as himself)
After Oscar criticizes Felix''s fussy ways on national tv, Felix vows revenge.

34 (35) - "Win One for Felix"
Original Airdate: December 3, 1971
Written by: Arthur Julian, Bill Idelson & Harvey Miller
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Felix becomes the coach of his son Leonard''s football team.

35 (36) - "Being Divorced is Never Having to Say I Do"
Original Airdate: December 10, 1971
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Bruce Bilson
Oscar is overjoyed when Blanche announces that she is getting married.

36 (37) - "Surprise! Surprise!"
Original Airdate: December 17, 1971
Written by: by Fritzell and Greenbaum
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Felix is throwing his daughter Edna a birthday party, but Oscar wants to use the apartment for a poker game.

37 (30) - "Felix, the Calypso Singer"
Original Airdate: December 24, 1971
Written by: Perry Grant and Dick Bensfield
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Oscar, Felix and Nancy take a vacation in the Caribbean.

38 - "And Leave the Greyhound to Us"
Original Airdate: December 31, 1971
Written by: Martin Cohan
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Oscar wins a greyhound in a poker game, and decides to race it.

39 - "Security Arms"
Original Airdate: January 7, 1972
Written by: Jerry Belson
Directed by: George Tyne
Oscar and Felix move into a high-security apartment, but it turns out to be a bit too high-security.
Comment: John Fiedler, who appered in this episode, played Vinnie in the 1968 Odd Couple movie.

40 - "Speak For Yourself"
Original Airdate: January 14, 1972
Written by: Peggy Elliot and Ed Scharlach
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Oscar tells Murray the story about how Felix and Gloria first met (Flashback).

41 - "You Saved My Life"
Original Airdate: January 21, 1972
Written by: Bob Rodgers
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Oscar saves Felix''s life, and Felix becomes so grateful that he drives Oscar crazy.

42 - "Where''s Grandpa?"
Original Airdate: January 28, 1972
Written by: Albert E. Lewin
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Felix''s grandfather (played by Tony Randall) stays at the apartment when his wife throws him out.

43 - "Partner''s Investment"
Original Airdate: February 4, 1972
Written by: Bill Idelson and Harvey Miller
Directed by: George Tyne
Felix and Oscar invest in a Japanese restaurant.

44 (45) - "Good, Bad Boy"
Written by: Dick Bensfield and Perry Grant
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Felix volunteers Oscar to be a big brother to a boy in reform school, but he gets upset when the boy asks out his daughter Edna.

45 (44) - "A Night to Dismember"
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: George Marshall
Oscar and Blanche remember the events leading up to their divorce - but they each seem to remember things a little differently (Flashback).

46 - "Oscar''s Promotion"
Original Airdate: February 22, 1972
Written by: Martin Cohan
Directed by: Jack Donahue
When Oscar gets promoted, he takes on Felix as his photographer.

47 - "Psychic Shmychic"
Original Airdate: March 3, 1972
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: Mel Ferber
After some of his predictions come true, Felix believes that he is psychic.


Season 3

48 - "Gloria, Hallelujah"
Original Airdate: September 15, 1972
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Garry Marshall
Oscar joins a computer dating service - and gets matched up with Gloria.

49 - "Big Mouth"
Original Airdate: September 22, 1972
Written by: Ben Joelson and Art Baer
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Guest: Howard Cosell (as himself)
Felix gets a job photographing Howard Cosell for an advertisement.

50 - "The Princess"
Original Airdate: September 29, 1972
Written by: Bill Idelson
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Oscar falls in love with a princess whom Felix is photographing.

51 - "The Pen is Mightier than the Pencil"
Original Airdate: October 6, 1972
Written by: Jack Winter
Directed by: Bob Birnbaum
Felix takes a writing course, but Oscar suspects that the instructor is a fraud.

52 - "The Odd Monks"
Original Airdate: October 13, 1972
Written by: Garry Marshall
Directed by: Jerry Belson
Oscar and Felix go on a week-long retreat, but Oscar finds himself getting bored very quickly.

53 - "I''m Dying of Unger"
Original Airdate: October 20, 1972
Written by: Joe Glauberg
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Oscar is trying to write a novel, but suffers from writer''s block, so Felix convinces him to stay in a cabin.

54 - "The Odd Couples"
Original Airdate: October 27, 1972
Written by: Harvey Miller
Directed by: Hal Cooper
Oscar''s mother is coming to visit - only she doesn''t know that Oscar and Felix are both divorced.

55 - "Felix''s First Commercial"
Original Airdate: November 3, 1972
Written by: Albert E. Lewin
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Guest: Deacon Jones (as himself)
Felix gets the chance to direct a tv commercial starring Deacon Jones.

56 - "The First Baby"
Original Airdate: November 10, 1972
Written by: Garry Marshall and Bob Brunner
Directed by: Alex March
Oscar tells Myrna about the birth of Felix''s daughter (Flashback).

57 - "Oscar''s Birthday"
Written by: Albert E. Lewin and Bob Brunner
Original Airdate: November 10, 1972
Directed by: George Marshall
Felix plans a surprise birthday party for Oscar - even though Oscar told him that he doesn''t want one.

58 - "Password"
Written by: Frank Buxton
Directed by: Alex March
Original Airdate: December 1, 1972
Guests: Alan Ludden and Betty White (as themselves)
Felix and Oscar are contestants on "Password," but they don''t seem to make a very good team.

59 - "The Odd Father"
Original Airdate: December 8, 1972
Written by: Steve Zacharias and Michael Leeson
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Felix''s daughter Edna comes to stay for the weekend, and he finds that he has trouble communicating with her.

60 - "Don''t Believe in Roomers"
Original Airdate: December 22, 1972
Written by: Ed Scharlach and Peggy Elliot
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Oscar meets a mysterious woman with no home or job, and invites her to stay at the apartment for a few days.

61 - "Sometimes a Great Ocean"
Original Airdate: January 5, 1973
Written by: Dennis Klein
Directed by: Hal Cooper
When Oscar''s ulcer acts up, Felix books them both on a cruise so that Oscar can relax - but the other passengers aren''t exactly what Oscar expected.

62 - "I Gotta Be Me"
Original Airdate: January 12, 1973
Written by: David Duclon and Joe Glauberg
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Oscar and Felix go to group therapy so that they can get along better, and the doctor suggests that they do a role reversal.

63 - "The Ides of April"
Original Airdate: January 19, 1973
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Bob Birnbaum
Felix panics when he receives a letter from the IRS, and accidentally tells them some incriminating things about Oscar.

64 - "Myrna''s Debut"
Original Airdate: February 2, 1973
Written by: Perry Grant and Dick Bensfield
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Felix tries to help Myrna pursue a career in tap-dancing.

65 - "The Hustler"
Original Airdate: February 9, 1973
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Oscar helps Felix run a casino to raise money for his Opera Club.

66 - "My Strife in Court"
Original Airdate: February 16, 1973
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Jerry Paris
While trying to get rid of an extra ticket for a Broadway musical, Oscar and Felix are arrested for scalping.

67 - "Let''s Make a Deal"
Original Airdate: February 23, 1973
Written by: David Duclon and Joe Glauberg
Directed by: Frank Buxton
Guest: Monty Hall (as himself)
Felix and Oscar are contestants on "Let''s Make a Deal."

68 - "The Oddyssey Couple"
Original Airdate: March 2, 1973
Written by: Bob Brunner
Directed by: Jerry Paris
To get his mother off his back, Oscar tells her that he has a girlfriend, but then he has to find one to show her.

69 - "Take My Furniture, Please"
Original Airdate: March 9, 1973
Written by: Harvey Miller
Directed by: Jack Winter
Felix redecorates the apartment, but Oscar doesn''t like the weird furniture he buys.

70 - "The Murray who came to Dinner."
Original Airdate: March 23, 1973
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: Jerry Paris
When his wife throws him out, Murray stays with Oscar and Felix.
Comment: Jane Dulo, who plays Murray''s wife Mimi (the second actress to play this character), also played Oscar''s mother in episode 54 (the first of two actresses to play this character). Does this mean that Murray is Oscar''s father? ;)


Season 4

71 - "Gloria Moves In"
Original Airdate: September 14, 1973
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Garry Marshall
Gloria stays in the apartment while her house is getting repainted, and Felix sees it as the perfect opportunity to win her back.

72 - "Last Tango in Newark"
Original Airdate: September 21, 1973
Written by: Ron Friedman
Directed by: Jay Sandrich
Felix and Oscar help out a friend who runs a ballet class.

73 - "The Odd Decathelon"
Original Airdate: September 28, 1973
Written by: Jack Winter
Directed by: Jay Sandrich
Felix and Oscar hold a mini decathelon to see who is in better shape.

74 - "That Was No Lady"
Original Airdate: October 5, 1973
Written by: Lee Kalcheim
Directed by: Jerry Belson
Felix dates a woman who turns out to be the wife of a jealous football player.

75 - "The Odd Holiday"
Original Airdate: October 12, 1973
Written by: Phil Mishkin
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Oscar tells Murray about a vacation he and Felix went on with their wives, which led to Felix''s divorce (Flashback).

76 - "The New Car"
Original Airdate: October 19, 1973
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Garry Marshall
Guest: Dick Clark (as himself)
Oscar and Felix win a new car, but soon find out that it''s more trouble than it''s worth.

77 - "This is the Army, Mrs. Madison"
Original Airdate: October 26, 1973
Written by: Garry Marshall & Bob Brunner
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Oscar tells about how he married Blanche while in the Army Reserves (Flashback).

78 - "The Songwriter"
Original Airdate: November 2, 1973
Written by: Buz Cohan and Bill Angelos
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Guests: Jaye P. Morgan and Wolfman Jack (as themselves)
When Oscar dates singer Jaye P. Morgan, Felix tries to write a song for her to perform.

79 - "Felix Directs"
Original Airdate: November 9, 1973
Written by: Harvey Miller
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Felix decides to film a documentary all about Oscar and his habits.

80 - "The Pig Who Came to Dinner"
Original Airdate: November 16, 1973
Written by: Mickey Rose
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Guest: Bobby Riggs and Billie Jean King (as themselves)
Oscar loses the apartment in a bet with Bobby Riggs, and Felix tries to win it back.

81 - "Maid For Each Other"
Original Airdate: November 23, 1973
Written by: Marlene Barr
Directed by: Norm Gray
When Oscar''s ulcer starts acting up again, Felix hires a maid to take care of him.

82 - "The Exorcists"
Original Airdate: December 7, 1973
Written by: Frank Buxton and Michael Leeson
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Guest: Victor Buono
After hearing strange noises in the apartment, Felix becomes convinced that it is haunted.

83 - "A Barnacle Adventure"
Original Airdate: December 21, 1973
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Bob Birnbaum
Oscar''s dentist invents a new kind of glue, which he and Felix invest in.

84 - "The Moonlighter"
Original Airdate: January 4, 1974
Written by: Phil Mishkin and Mickey Rose
Directed by: Frank Buxton
Oscar moonlights as a cook to pay back Felix for money he gambled away.

85 - "Cleanliness is Next to Impossible"
Original Airdate: January 11, 1974
Written by: Mark Rothman & Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Frank Buxton
When Oscar''s new girlfriend is turned off by his sloppiness, he resolves to change his ways.

86 - "The Flying Felix"
Original Airdate: January 18, 1974
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Oscar tries to help Felix overcome his fear of flying in airplanes.

87 - "Vocal Girl Makes Good"
Original Airdate: January 25, 1974
Written by: Buz Cohan and Bill Angelos
Directed by: Dan Dailey
Felix tries to convince a co-worker of Oscar''s to join his opera group, but she''s too shy to perform.

88 - "Shuffling off to Buffalo"
Original Airdate: February 8, 1974
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Frank Buxton
Felix''s brother Floyd invites him to move to Buffalo and work for him, and he accepts.

89 - "A Different Drummer"
Original Airdate: February 22, 1974
Written by: Frank Buxton and Michael Leeson
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Guest: Monty Hall (as himself)
Felix tries to get his band on Monty Hall''s new tv show.

90 - "The Insomniacs"
Original Airdate: March 1, 1974
Written by: Mickey Rose
Directed by: Jack Donahue
Felix has insomnia, and Oscar tries to cure him so that he can get some sleep himself.

91 - "New York''s Oddest"
Original Airdate: March 8, 1974
Written by: Ben Jolsen and Art Baer
Directed by: Harvey Miller
Felix joins the police reserves, but it soon turns into a case of the boy who cried wolf when a burglar gets in their apartment building.

92 - "One for the Bunny"
Original Airdate: March 22, 1974
Written by: John Rappaport
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Guest: Hugh Hefner (as himself)
Oscar tells Murray about the time when Gloria was engaged to Felix, and wanted to pose for Playboy (Flashback).


Season 5

93 - "The Rain in Spain"
Original Airdate: September 12, 1974
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Harvey Miller
Oscar and Felix try to help Myrna win back her old boyfriend.
Comment: Penny Marshall''s real life husband, Rob Reiner, plays Myrna''s boyfriend Sheldn.

94 - "To Bowl or Not to Bowl"
Original Airdate: September 19, 1974
Written by: Mickey Rose
Directed by: Jay Sandrich
Felix quits his bowling team once it reaches the playoffs, and Oscar tries to change his mind.

95 - "The Frog"
Original Airdate: September 26, 1974
Written by: Dick Bensfield and Perry Grant
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Felix''s son Leonard enters his frog in a frog jumping contest.

96 - "The Hollywood Story"
Original Airdate: October 3, 1974
Written by: Al Gordon and Hal Goldman
Directed by: Mel Ferber
Guest: Bob Hope (as himself)
When Oscar gets a walk-on role in a movie, he and Felix take a trip to Hollywood.

97 - "The Dog Story"
Original Airdate: October 10, 1974
Written by: Ben Joelson and Art Baer
Directed by: Frank Buxton
Felix kidnaps a dog to save it from being mistreated by its owner.
Comment: John Fiedler, who appears in this episode (his second time appearing in the series), played Vinnie in the 1968 Odd Couple movie.

98 - "Strike Up the Band...or Else"
Original Airdate: October 17, 1974
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Jay Sandrich
Oscar pays off a gambling debt by getting Felix''s band to play at a party.

99 - "The Odd Candidate"
Original Airdate: October 24, 1974
Directed by: Garry Marshall
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
At Felix''s urging, Oscar runs for city councilman against the incumbent.

100 - "The Subway Show"
Original Airdate: October 31, 1974
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Norm Gray
Felix tries to convince Oscar that the citizens of New York City are good people at heart; he gets a chance to prove his point when they get stuck on a subway.

101 - "The Paul Williams Show"
Original Airdate: November 7, 1974
Written by: Rick Mittleman
Directed by: Harvey Miller
Guest: Paul Williams (as himself)
Feeling that nobody understands her, Felix''s daughter Edna runs away to follow Paul Williams.

102 - "Our Fathers"
Original Airdate: November 21, 1974
Written by: Martin Donovan
Directed by: Harvey Miller
Felix tells Oscar a story about how their fathers (played by Tony Randall and Jack Klugman) met during the Roaring Twenties (Flashback).
Comment: Jack Klugman's son Adam plays young Oscar in this episode.

103 - "The Big Broadcast"
Original Airdate: November 28, 1974
Written by: Frank Buxton

Directed by: Frank Buxton
When Oscar gets his own radio show, Felix tries to help him get better
ratings.

104 - "Oscar in Love"
Original Airdate: December 12, 1974
Written by: Carl Gottlieb
Directed by: Mel Ferber

Oscar dates a widow with two children, and they consider getting married.

105"The Bigger they Are"
- Original Airdate: December 14, 1974
Written by: David Duclon
Directed by: Harvey Miller
When Felix gets a job doing an ad for a diet-pill company, he convinces
Oscar to wear a fat suit and pose as the "before."

106 - "Two on the Aisle"
Original Airdate: December 19, 1974
Written by: Mark Rothman and Lowell Ganz
Directed by: Jay Sandrich
Oscar tricks Felix into helping him write theater reviews for his paper,
but then he gets invited on a talk show to discuss theater.

107 - "Your Mother Wears Army Boots"

Original Airdate: January 16, 1975
Written by: John Rappaport
Directed by: Frank Buxton
Guest: Howard Cosell (as himself)
Howard Cosell offers Oscar a chance to be on tv with him, but he has
ulterior motives.

108 - "Felix the Horse Player"

Original Airdate: January 23, 1975
Written by: Jack Winter
Directed by: Jerry Paris
Using tips from a friend, Oscar and Felix bet on horses, and keep winning.

109 (110) - "The Rent Strike"

Original Airdate: January 30, 1975
Written by: Martin Ragaway
Directed by: Norm Gray
Guest: Victor Buono
Felix leads the other tenants in the apartment in a rent strike against
the new landlord.

110 (111) - "Two Men on a Hoarse"

Original Airdate: February 7, 1975
Written by: Martin Donovan
Directed by: Charles Shyer
Guest: Dick Cavett (as himself)
Oscar temporarily loses his voice after a throat operation, and out of
guilt, Felix loses his voice too.

111 (109) - "The Roy Clark Show"

Original Airdate: February 14, 1975
Written by: Bob Howard and David Duclon
Directed by: Frank Buxton
Guest: Roy Clark
An old army buddy of Oscar's comes to visit, and Felix is impressed with
his musical talent.

112 - "Old Flames Never Die"

Original Airdate: February 21, 1975
Written by: Buz Cohan and Bill Angelos
Directed by: Frank Buxton Felix fears that he is getting old when he learns
that his high school sweetheart is a grandmother.

113 - "Laugh, Clown, Laugh"
Original Airdate: February 28, 1975
Written by: Frank Buxton

Directed by: Norm Gray
Guest: Richard Dawson (as himself)
Oscar gets picked to host a tv show with Felix's old army buddy, Richard
Dawson.

114 - "Felix Remarries"
Original Airdate: March 7, 1975
Written by: Sidney Reznick and Larry Rhine

Directed by: Jack Donahue
Felix finally convinces Gloria to take him back; the two are married,
and Felix moves out of Oscar's apartment.


"The Odd Couple: Together Again"
Original Airdate: September 24, 1993
Gloria throws Felix out of the house for a few days, so that she can
plan their daughter's wedding without him getting in the way. In the meantime,
Felix stays with Oscar, who, due to throat cancer, had an operation that
left his voice damaged.

Barbara Barrie.....Gloria Unger
Jim Haynie.....Gil
Toni Kalem.....Edna
Garry Walberg.....Speed
Jerry Adler.....Murray
Penny Marshall.....Myrna

Dick Van Patten.....Roy