Oscar has a date with an airline stewardess while Felix is away for the weekend on business. Only Felix isn't away...he's in bed sick with a 48 hour flu. With a high fever Oscar feels ... See full summary »

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Oscar has a date with an airline stewardess while Felix is away for the weekend on business. Only Felix isn't away...he's in bed sick with a 48 hour flu. With a high fever Oscar feels guilty about leaving Felix alone and is going to cancel his date. Felix convinces him to bring her to the apartment instead and assures Oscar he'll be quiet. This is just the beginning of a disastrous weekend for Oscar. Written by tomtrekp

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It's that Irish Wofhound upstairs sneezing.
28 July 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Oscar has a date with a hot airline stewardess, all is going well, Felix will be away in Washington for the weekend, Oscar literally is dancing on air. Then he hears a voice from the bedroom, Felix isn't away, he's in bed sick with a 48 hour flu virus. Oscar sets Felix up with some home comforts and sets about getting ready to go out, but as Felix condition worsens he feels guilty about leaving him alone in the house. After saying he will cancel his date Felix convinces him to bring her to the apartment instead and assures Oscar he'll be quiet.

Things will not go according to plan this weekend.........

The marker is set here for Felix to always be in the way of any romance and fun Oscar may have, he doesn't do it on purpose, he just gets in the way, and it makes for fun TV. 6/10


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