The Odd Couple (1970–1975)
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And Leave the Greyhound to Us? 

Oscar's love for betting takes on a whole new meaning after he buys a racing dog. But the race is all but done when Felix becomes attached to the animal.

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Oscar's love for betting takes on a whole new meaning after he buys a racing dog. But the race is all but done when Felix becomes attached to the animal.

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31 December 1971 (USA)  »

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The title is based on the Greyhound Buslines slogan: "...and leave the driving to us." See more »

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Felix & Oscar at the Races
24 May 2012 | by (southwest US) – See all my reviews

(Spoilers ** ) Oscar wins golden earrings in a poker game... unfortunately, that's the name of a racing greyhound. They bring him home to try to make him more comfortable, and hijinx follows. Felix tries to fatten him up, while Oscar wants to make some money off the racing. Oscar sneaks him out to the races while Felix just wants to find them and save them from themselves. Felix and Oscar team up to try to make Golden Earrings a winner. Appearance by character actor Phil Leeds, who viewers will recognize from early guest spots on Dick van Dyke Show, Barney Miller, and Don't Drink the Water. Also watch for the kennel owner, (Buddy Lester), who appeared in films with the Brat Pack. Episode directed by Hal Cooper, who directed several episodes of just about every TV series ever made during the 1960s - 1980s.


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