Kate & Allie

Season 6 Episode 4

The Odd Couples

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Dec 26, 1988 on CBS
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Kate is saved from perky Haven and Blair when Allie suggests that Kate move in.

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Jane Curtin

Jane Curtin

Allie Lowell

Susan Saint James

Susan Saint James

Kate McArdle

Peter Onorati

Peter Onorati

Lou Carello (1988-1989)

Ari Meyers

Ari Meyers

Emma Jane McArdle

Allison Smith

Allison Smith

Jennie Lowell

Paul Hecht

Paul Hecht

Charles Lowell (1984-1986)

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Christa Miller-Lawrence

Blair

Guest Star

Maddie Corman

Maddie Corman

Haven Claven

Guest Star

Eddie Castrodad

Eddie Castrodad

Pat Carello

Guest Star

Gregory Salata

Gregory Salata

Ted Bartelo (1984-1985, 1987-1988)

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  • TRIVIA (1)

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  • NOTES (3)

    • This episode establishes that Kate pays $800.00 a month for her apartment. This is a 4 bedroom, two story, with complete basement. And ONLY $800.00 a month. Either prices have greatly gone up or there is some major rent control going on here.

    • It is at this episode that the series really ceases to be. The series was about two women merging families. Kate no longer has one. Allie once the shy and meek one, no longer is. It is now KATE that needs Allie to help her, not the other way around as had been. It ceases to be "Kate & Allie" and becomes a very watered down version of the "Odd Couple."

    • This episode marked the last time the exterior of Kate and Allie's basement appartment was used in the opening sequence. From "Anchor Away" onward, the exterior used was that of Bob and Allie's condo.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Allie: "Kate & Allie: The Next Generation"
      Refering to Haven and Blair subletting Kate's apartment, Allie makes a reference to the first Star Trek sequel series, Star Trek: The Next Generation, which was then in its second season.

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