The Odd Couple

Season 4 Episode 16

The Flying Felix

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Aired Unknown Jan 18, 1974 on ABC
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Oscar tries everything to help Felix over his fear of flying, including flying with him to Houston.

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    Mickey Fox

    Mickey Fox

    Passenger

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    Caryn Matchinga

    Caryn Matchinga

    Myrna's Friend

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    George Furth

    George Furth

    Belkin

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    Penny Marshall

    Penny Marshall

    Myrna Turner

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    Al Molinaro

    Al Molinaro

    Murray Greshler

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Contradiction: Felix has flown without fear in previous episodes, including "Felix the Calypso Singer" and "The Odd Holiday."

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Myrna: If you were a real friend, you'd find a way. Mr. Unger would. Remember the time you were so sick and you couldn't write your column. Mr. Unger took his own money and hired a ghostwriter for you.
        Oscar: Yeah, he was good. I got a raise!

      • Felix: What is this???
        Oscar: This is a plane.
        Felix: It's my living room!
        Oscar: I'm gonna show you flying in a plane is like sitting in your own living room.
        Felix: Good. Book me on a two bedroom brownstone to Houston.

      • Felix: Miss, how safe is air travel?
        Myrna: (pretending to be a stewardess) Oh, air travel is the safest travel known to man. Safer than cars, buses or feet.
        Felix: (sarcastically) Is it safer than staying home?
        Myrna: In fact, more accidents take place in the home than in airplanes. More pilots slip in their bathtubs than in their cockpits.

      • Felix: (demanding demonstration oxygen mask) I want to practice with it.
        Stewardess: Sir, that won't be necessary. Just hold it over your mouth and breathe normally.
        Felix: Yes, but I can't breathe normally. I have a sinus condition.
        Stewardess: Sir, as long as you have a nose and a mouth, it'll work for you, too.

      • Felix: Excuse me, is this Belkin airlines?
        Belkin: Um, are you with the Better Business Bureau?
        Felix: No.
        Belkin: Oh, uh, well then, I'm Belkin.

      • Oscar: What kind of a plane is this?
        Belkin: Oh, it's a modified 727.
        Oscar: What do you mean, "modified?"
        Belkin: It was just painted.
        Felix: Isn't that nice?
        Oscar: No, it's not nice!
        Belkin: You can hardly tell when the old wing starts and the new wing begins.

      • Felix: Those men on the ground -- what are they doing?
        Oscar: They're mechanics.
        Felix: No, no. Something's wrong. They're pointing up at the wing. They look so worried. I can read his lips. "I...much...fear...serious...trouble...in the fuselage, Frederick." Help me. What's the other guy saying?
        Oscar: "I much fear there's some nut trying to read your lips."

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