In an experiment to determine why they argue so much, Oscar and Felix play a role reversal game.

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Miriam Welby
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In an experiment to determine why they argue so much, Oscar and Felix play a role reversal game.

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12 January 1973 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the song "I've Got To Be Me" sung by Sammy Davis Junior. See more »

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The close-up of the mustard stain on Oscars desk is a different shape and color from the long shot. See more »

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Oscar Madison: You ruined my wine.
Felix Unger: Here's a dollar. Buy another three bottles.
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The odd couple reverse roles
3 November 2017 | by (New York USA) – See all my reviews

Felix and Oscar take a therapist's suggestion and reverse roles, each cultivating the habits of the other.

A great episode beginning with a dinner party with Miriam and Murray, as Felix and Oscar get into arguments over wine, beer, ketchup. The group therapy session is very funny as Felix takes over the session giving his opinions on everything and Oscar getting angry,causing another fight, and getting kicked out of the room! Some of the funniest scenes are the ones where the duo become the other. Oscar acting picky and fussy and Felix becoming sloppy and obnoxious.


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