Car 54, Where Are You?: Season 1, Episode 10

Thirty Days Notice (19 Nov. 1961)

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Gunther and Lucille Toddy give their landlord notice because they're fed up with their crumbling apartment.

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Joe E. Ross ...
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Beatrice Pons ...
Michael Vale ...
Cooper
Henry Lascoe ...
Corfu
Ralph Stantley ...
Lt. Morgan
John Alexander ...
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Gunther and Lucille Toddy give their landlord notice because they're fed up with their crumbling apartment.

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Lucille Toody: [fed up with the broken down apartment that she and her husband have lived in for the past 15 years] If I could only get the oven to work, I'd stick my head in it.
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The Toodys Didn't Know How Good They Had It!
29 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Can you imagine paying $45 per month for rent? That's what the Toodys were paying for their apartment in the Bronx. Even in the early '60s when this show takes place, it's a ridiculously low amount.....as Toody finds out.

You see, he and Lucille are fed up with substandard electricity, plumbing, etc. They have to bang walls and doors to get things to work and they are tired of it. However, all they had to do to get an upgrade is pay 15 percent more, but cheap Toody won't do it and, in a moment of temper, tells the landlord off and gives his 30-day notice, much to Lucille's horror.

Anyway, the episode deals mainly with what happens afterward to the Toodys in their quest to find another apartment. It's a fairly funny episode; nothing hilarious but still entertaining. Henry Lascoe is good as the landlord, "Corfu."


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