Alice (1976–1985)
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The Odd Couple 

Flo bunks with Alice after her trailer is stolen.

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Tommy Hyatt
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Billy Joe
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Flo bunks with Alice after her trailer is stolen.

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26 February 1977 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the play/movie/television series The Odd Couple (1968) by Neil Simon. See more »

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Vera Louise Gorman: Did you call the sheriff?
Florence Jean 'Flo' Castleberry: Yes.
Alice Hyatt: The cops'll find it, honey.
Vera Louise Gorman: I hope you gave them a good description of your trailer.
Florence Jean 'Flo' Castleberry: They all know it.
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One of the funniest episodes of "Alice"
23 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is the episode where Flo's trailer is stolen, so Alice tries to be a good friend and allows Flo to stay with her and Tommy until Flo gets her trailer back. Hilarity ensues as the two women are as different as night and day. Flo likes to stay up late and party around, or talk on the phone until all hours of the night, while Alice tries to get some sleep as she is the one usually working the morning shift. Watching Alice try and get "revenge" on Flo is hilarious, and I bet it was ad-libbed a bit, as Alice turns on the radio full blast, starts the vacuum cleaner and bangs it into the foldaway bed, the night tables, and makes all the noise she can in order to ruin Flo's sleep, but to her surprise, Flo just raises up in bed, boogies to the music on the blaring radio, flips on her side and falls back asleep. You can hear the crew members, along with the audience, bust out laughing, and by the looks of it, Linda Lavin must not have been expecting Polly Holliday to pull that stunt. Hilarious episode!!


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