September 24, 1970 - July 4, 1975
ABC Situation Comedy - 114 Episodes


Felix Unger:   Tony Randall
Oscar Madison:   Jack Klugman
Officer Murray Greshler:   Al Molinaro
Speed:   Garry Walberg
Vinnie:   Larry Gelman
Roy:   Ryan McDonald
Dr. Nancy Cunningham:   Joan Hotchkis
Cecily Pigeon:   Monica Evans
Gwen Pigeon:   Carole Shelley
Miriam Welby:   Elinor Donahue
Myrna Turner:   Penny Marshall
Gloria Unger:   Janis Hansen
Edna Unger:   Pamelyn Ferdin
  Doney Oatman
Blanche Madison:   Brett Somers Klugman
Roger:   Archie Hahn
Dr.Melnitz:   Bill Quinn
Gwendolyn Pigeon:   Carole Shelley
Narrator:   William Woodson

On November thirteenth Felix Unger was asked to
remove himself from his place of residence. That
request came from his wife. Deep down he knew
she was right. But he also knew that someday he
would return to her. With no where else to go, he
appeared at the home of his childhood friend, Oscar
Madison. Sometime earlier, Madison's wife had
thrown him out, requesting that he never return.
Can two divorced men share an apartment
without driving each other crazy?

If comedy thrives on contrasts, The Odd Couple
offered a perfect situation. Felix was a prim,
fastidious photographer, a compulsive cleaner;
Oscar was a gruff, sloppy sportswriter for the
fictional New York Herald, to whom a floor was a
place to toss things. The conflicts were obvious
and endless, as each upset the other's way of life.
Frequently seen were Oscar's poker partners,
notably Murray the cop, Speed the
compulsive gambler, and meek Vinnie.

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