The Odd Couple (1970–1975)
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You've Come a Long Way, Baby 

Oscar is all set to go to a sportswriter's dinner, but Felix can't leave since he found a baby.

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Felix Unger
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Oscar Madison
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Dr. Nancy Cunningham
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Officer Murray Greshler
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Phillip
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Mrs. Ferguson
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Mrs. Lee
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Oscar is all set to go to a sportswriter's dinner, but Felix can't leave since he found a baby.

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19 February 1971 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the advertising slogan for Virgina Slims cigarettes. See more »

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When the door bell rings and Murray tells Oscar he didn't give him permission to leave, Oscar in frustration raises his hand holding the toy gun. But when he answers the door, the gun is gone. See more »

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Interesting Season 1 episode about a baby left with Felix
3 September 2017 | by (New York USA) – See all my reviews

Oscar needs Felix to perform a comedy skit at a sportswriter's banquet but Felix is caring for a baby left in his photography studio.

There are some amusing moments here but is interesting for other reasons. This is the first appearance of precocious neighbor boy Phillip (Christopher Shea), whose vivid imagination causes trouble for Felix and Oscar. He would only be in two more episodes but has good chemistry with Randall and Klugman. Also we get Murray the cop without the other poker players, setting him up as a much more frequent supporting role in the future.


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