The Odd Couple

Season 3 Episode 16

The Ides of April

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Aired Unknown Jan 19, 1973 on ABC
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Reporting to the IRS in response to a letter, Felix panics and blurts out Oscar's poor tax preparations.

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    Joshua Shelley

    Joshua Shelley

    Accountant

    Guest Star

    Odgen Talbot

    Odgen Talbot

    Postman

    Guest Star

    Vivian Bonnell

    Vivian Bonnell

    Ms. Ferret

    Guest Star

    Louis Guss

    Louis Guss

    Man in Waiting

    Recurring Role

    Al Molinaro

    Al Molinaro

    Murray Greshler

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • In the scene where Felix and Murray are laughing hysterically as they tell Oscar he's under investigation, Felix and Oscar are alternately seen in close-up shots. Close-up shots were otherwise never used in this series.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Ms. Ferret: (to Oscar) Oh, come to think of it, I do remember you used to file a joint return.
        Felix: Well, didn't you ever wonder what happened to his wife?
        Ms. Ferret: Looking at the way he keeps his records, I just figured he lost her somewhere.

      • Oscar: Hey, where'd you find those alimony checks?
        Felix: They were in a shoebox marked "gambling losses."

      • Felix: Who's gonna water my plants if I go away?
        Oscar: Take 'em with you. You'll be the Shrubman of Alcatraz.

      • Felix: They put people in jail when they investigate your taxes. They get nice, respectable people like me. That's how they got Al Capone.

      • Felix: Sending in your taxes now?
        Oscar: I'm a patriotic American.
        Felix: You're also twelve days late.
        Oscar: Whenever I send it, they take it.

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