The Odd Couple

Season 4 Episode 10

The Pig Who Came to Dinner

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Aired Unknown Nov 16, 1973 on ABC
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When Oscar loses everything -- including Felix and the apartment -- betting with Bobby Riggs, Felix hatches a plan to win it all back.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Oscar: Believe me, I'll win ya back!
        Felix: No, you won't. You'll lose double or nothing and I'll have to bring in my brother from Buffalo.

        This is a reference to his brother, Floyd, who would be seen eight episodes later in "Shuffling Off to Buffalo."

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Felix: (Oscar has lost Felix by not typing his name correctly in ten seconds) In 1863, Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. But in 1973, American history was rewritten by "Oscar Madisoy," who cast his best friend into slavery!

      • Oscar: He wanted to sign you up as a charter member of his new club.
        Felix: What's that?
        Oscar: Well, it's a new organization he's forming to celebrate his manhood. It's called the Male Chauvinists of America.
        Bobby Riggs: Otherwise known as Riggs' Pigs.

      • Miriam: Just what are you trying to prove, Mr. Riggs?
        Bobby Riggs: Simply this -- that any man can beat any woman at anything, anywhere, anytime.
        Miriam: Just like your match with Billie Jean King?
        Bobby Riggs: What match? I don't remember any match.
        Oscar: No, he told me that was a fluke. Somebody hid his vitamin pills.

      • Oscar: (about Bobby Riggs) People mob him wherever he goes.
        Miriam: That's right, Felix. I know some women's libbers who'd love to get their hands on him. Is he really like the public image he presents?
        Oscar: How's that?
        Miriam: Obnoxious.

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