The Odd Couple

Can two divorced men share an apartment without driving each other crazy? This TV adaptation of Neil Simon's classic play deserves its place among the best-known and funniest sitcoms of the 1970s.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials January 1970 September 1993 13
Season 1 September 1970 March 1971 24
Season 2 September 1971 March 1972 23
Season 3 September 1972 March 1973 23
Season 4 September 1973 March 1974 22
Season 5 September 1974 March 1975 22
Unassigned Episodes 0
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials 0
Season 5 September 1974 March 1975 22
Unassigned Episodes 105
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 September 1971 1
Unassigned Episodes 126
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Jerry Paris 18 09/24/1970 - 01/23/1975
Garry Marshall 17 09/24/1970 - 10/24/1974
Frank Buxton 15 12/01/1972 - 02/28/1975
Harvey Miller 13 12/24/1970 - 12/14/1974
Jack Donahue 13 11/05/1971 - 03/07/1975
Mel Ferber 11 11/12/1971 - 12/12/1974
Hal Cooper 10 10/08/1970 - 01/05/1973
Bruce Bilson 6 10/01/1970 - 12/10/1971
Jerry Belson 6 09/24/1970 - 10/05/1973
Jay Sandrich 5 10/29/1971 - 10/17/1974
Jack Winter 5 03/05/1971 - 01/23/1975
George Tyne 5 11/12/1970 - 02/04/1972
Norm Gray 4 11/23/1973 - 02/28/1975
Robert Birnbaum 3 10/06/1972 - 12/21/1973
Alan Rafkin 3 02/05/1971 - 03/05/1971
George Marshall 2 02/18/1972 - 11/17/1972
Charles Shyer 2 02/12/1971 - 02/07/1975
Charles Rondeau 2 10/22/1970 - 12/24/1970
Dick Michaels 1 01/14/1971
Dan Dailey 1 01/25/1974
Alex March 1 12/01/1972
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Mark Rothman 12 01/19/1973 - 12/19/1974
Lowell Ganz 12 01/19/1973 - 12/19/1974
Perry Grant 8 11/19/1970 - 09/26/1974
Dick Bensfield 8 11/19/1970 - 09/26/1974
Bill Idelson 7 12/24/1970 - 09/29/1972
Ron Friedman 7 12/17/1970 - 09/21/1973
David W. Duclon 7 01/12/1973 - 02/14/1975
Rick Mittleman 6 12/10/1971 - 11/07/1974
Mickey Rose 5 10/08/1971 - 09/19/1974
Peggy Elliott 5 10/01/1970 - 12/22/1972
Ed Scharlach 5 10/01/1970 - 12/22/1972
Albert E. Lewin 5 12/10/1970 - 11/17/1972
Bob Brunner 4 11/10/1972 - 10/26/1973
Bill Angelos 3 11/02/1973 - 02/21/1975
Joe Glauberg 3 10/20/1972 - 02/23/1973
Art Baer 3 09/22/1972 - 10/10/1974
Buz Cohan 3 11/02/1973 - 02/21/1975
Michael Leeson 3 12/08/1972 - 02/22/1974
Martin Donovan 2 11/21/1974 - 02/07/1975
Ben Joelson 2 09/22/1972 - 10/10/1974
Bob Rodgers 2 10/29/1970 - 01/21/1972
Martin Cohan 2 12/31/1971 - 02/25/1972
Phil Mishkin 2 10/12/1973 - 01/04/1974
Alan Mandel 2 02/12/1971 - 03/26/1971
Gordon Mitchell 2 10/15/1970 - 02/26/1971
John Rappaport 2 03/22/1974 - 01/16/1975
Dennis Klein 1 01/05/1973
Sidney Reznick 1 03/07/1975
Everett Greenbaum 1 12/17/1971
Albert Lewin 1 10/08/1970
Bob Howard 1 02/14/1975
Carl Kleinschmitt 1 11/05/1970
Bill Manhoff 1 03/12/1971
Steve Zacharias 1 12/08/1972
Martin Ragaway 1 01/31/1975
Hal Goldman 1 10/03/1974
Dale McRaven 1 12/03/1970
Harry Winkler 1 01/14/1971
Larry Rhine 1 03/07/1975
Ruth Brooks Flippen 1 10/22/1970
Jim Fritzell 1 12/17/1971
Lloyd Turner 1 02/26/1971
Harry Dolan 1 01/14/1971
Ben Jolsen 1 03/08/1974
Al Gordon 1 10/03/1974
Arthur Julian 1 12/03/1971
Lee Kalcheim 1 10/05/1973
Carl Gottlieb 1 12/12/1974
Marlene Barr 1 11/23/1973

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