I'm asking you nicely, Felix, as a friend. I can't stand it anymore. You did a great job. He attended New York University as an enlistee in the Army Air Forces Air Reserve training program. I guarantee things will look brighter in the morning.
We were going to Florida next winter without the kids. A landlady without a great food repertoire ran the boarding house next door. I can't see where I marked them. I don't want any coleslaw for tomorrow! In 1991, he won a Tony Award and the Pulitzer Prize for Lost in Yonkers. My marriage is really over. I washed the floor in there. I got a good idea why you're calling.
Who turned off the dehumidifier? I got to rearrange my life. I just want to have some fun tonight. If you really want to cry, go in the kitchen and look at your meat loaf. If it weren't for you, I don't know what would have happened. Totally unreliable, undependable, and irresponsible.
Felix, this is my apartment. . Want to rest for a while, Murray? Felix, baby, I love you! We'll talk about it later. I'll probably get the flu. You go make a meat loaf for four people that come a half-hour late.
Like the Broadway original that preceded it by twenty years, The Odd Couple Female Version recounts the comic tale of two longtime best friends who find themselves in a kind of same-sex marriage decades before such a concept even existed. Who didn't put in a quarter? Let's move to another table. Please, you mustn't be ashamed. They share a apartment, and their different lifestyles inevitably lead to conflicts and laughs. What is it, 12 floors? Five years ago you took me in: a broken man on the verge of … mental collapse.
Nonetheless, both actors were nominated for in each year of the show's run. If you need me, I'll be at the Meridian Motel in Miami Beach. I was dejected, despondent, and disgusted, and then you moved in. Apparently, there are more than 250 pasta shapes available but I have no idea why. The closing credit sequences for the first four years of the show consisted of more of the duo's zany antics or a scene where Felix meets Oscar by a big fountain in New York City's Columbus Circle: Oscar throws a cigar butt in the fountain, Felix barks at him to pick it up, and Oscar scoops it up with his shoe then places the wet and soiled cigar butt in Felix's pocket.
You got a big mouth. What do you mean you're not going? And not too much mayonnaise. You're not interested in any of this. I just had an ice cream. Worried that Felix will try something desperate, Oscar, himself in the process of being divorced by his wife, invites Felix to move in with him. I drop by on the way home, and I take them on weekends, and I get them on holidays. You haven't heard from me.
I always figure I'm wrong. The couple separated in real life during the run of the show. Are you going to eat that pickle? He didn't go to work or come home. You don't have to cook. Klugman and Randall expressed displeasure with using the laugh track without a live audience.
Which one do you want? In contrast, Oscar was happy to be divorced from Blanche and she from him as the two constantly traded sarcastic barbs. Did you know I was married 12 years, Roy? Close the stinkin' restaurant and sit down. During the first season, the show was shot on the sets used for the movie, but the apartment layout was changed for the second season due to the switch to a three-camera setup and the addition of a studio audience. He's never been this late before. Sometimes I get so insane with myself. Hot beer and sandwiches left over from high school. Something wonderful is going on in that kitchen.
You ready to order now? You want me to ask for a blanket? Well, we did that beautifully. Because I love you almost as much as you do. It will cost a fortune. For a tip, I'll leave my apartment key. I think I strained my throat. She's done a terrific job in bringing them up. For God's sake, pay attention! Gibson as unflappable tough cop Mickey, Mara Roshal as earnest space cadet Vera, and Randi Tahara as plain-spoken but gossipy Renee.