Felix receives a letter from the IRS. While correcting the error at the IRS Office, he accidentaly gives away the information about Oscar's tax violations. Felix helps Oscar with his backlogged taxes and saves the day.
Oscar gets suckered into a contest with a pool hustler.
Felix's ex-wife moves in, giving Felix hope that the two of them may get back together.
Felix falls for the girlfriend of a boxing great, KO'ing Oscar's hopes of writing a book on the champion.
At Felix's insistence, Oscar asks for a raise at the newspaper where he works -- and promptly gets fired.
In this episode, Felix and Oscar win a car. The car becomes a problem when the two are forced to take turns getting up early to move it across the street. Problems are made worse when Felix refuses to let Oscar drive the car for fear that something will happen to it. Eventually they decide to get rid of the car so that it does not come between their friendship.
A socialite friend thinks Felix has the panaches to manage her new restaurant.
Felix suspects that the model Oscar is dating is actually after himself -- and his influence as a fashion photographer.
Felix helps Oscar review a Broadway play whose backer insists on a favorable notice -- or else.
Felix is so shaken up after a robbery at the apartment that he gets a guard dog. Soon, he starts to look for an apartment with tighter security.
Oscar and Felix are pitted against each other in a magazine's Man of the Year contest.
Felix entrusts Oscar with money for a cemetery plot deposit, but Oscar instead uses it as gambling money.
Oscar can't find a date for a concert, so Felix tries scalping his ticket at the door, getting the two of them arrested.
When Felix's ex-wife Frances asks him to accompany her to a lecture he sees as boring, Felix instead dumps her on Oscar. He comes to regret this decision after the two of them begin dating.
Oscar gives the household money to Charity -- that is, a prostitute he hires as Murray's date for the Civil Servant.
Murray reads Felix's palm and claims all signs point to bad luck -- and it starts with Oscar ruining Felix's chances of entering a photo exhibition.
A crazed man throws a brick through Felix's studio window, and it's wrapped with a note threatening Felix for dating his wife.
Oscar's friends surprise him with a new word processor, but he finds he can't compose without his beloved typewriter, "Pauline".