Fan Favorites: The Best of The Odd Couple
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However, as the number of episodes and which ones are not being provided (as of 2/28/12), I thought I'd give a rundown to the interested parties about what is included on each DVD set.
The Odd Couple: In Dolby Digital English Mono with English SDH subtitles
(1) The Blackout (Season One, Episode 13): Oscar is accused of stealing money from the poker pot during a blackout.
(2) Security Arms (Season Two, Episode 15): After relocating to a more secure building, Oscar and Felix have a hard time abiding by a new set of rules.
(3) I'm Dying Of Unger (Season Three, Episode 6): Felix takes Oscar to the woods to help him recover from writer's block. It's too close for comfort!
(4) Password (Season Three, Episode 11): Our mismatched pair make an appearance on the TV game show Password.Read more ›
To really get a grasp of how great this series really was, you need episodes like "The Fat Farm," "Felix the Calypso Singer" (my absolute favorite episode), "The Flying Felix," "The Sleepwalker" or "The Ides of April." Release those episodes on a single disc and that would be a much more impressive "Best Of." The "Password" episode is on here, and that is the one episode I agree with as far as a "Best Of" is concerned.
The studios should have just called this DVD "Fan Favorites" and left off the "Best Of" part of the title. Fans may have chosen these as their favorites, but that's not necessarily the "best" of the series.
show, you will love the Best Of the Odd Couple. I'm going to buy the complete set.
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Who doesn't love the Odd Couple!!?? Thanks for the memories. I lived in NYC during the Odd Couple's hey-day. Watching them brought back some nice memories.Published 18 months ago by TeacherGal
ah the great Jack Klugman and Tony Randall this show kept me in stitches in the 70Sand I am sure I will laugh as hard now as I did then Thank You AmazonPublished 21 months ago by bradley todd sutton