1970-1975 sitcom about a slob and a neatnik who lived together: 3 wds.

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Random information on the term “The Odd Couple”:

The Odd Couple is a play by Neil Simon. Following its premiere on Broadway in 1965, the characters were revived in a successful 1968 film and 1970s television series, as well as several other derivative works and spin-offs. The plot concerns two mismatched roommates: the neat, uptight Felix Ungar and the slovenly, easygoing Oscar Madison. Simon adapted the play in 1985 to feature a pair of female roommates (Florence Ungar and Olive Madison) in The Female Odd Couple. An updated version of the 1965 show appeared in 2002 with the title Oscar and Felix: A New Look at the Odd Couple.

Sources vary as to the origins of the play. In The Washington Post’s obituary of Simon’s brother Danny, a television writer, Adam Bernstein wrote that the idea for the play came from his divorce. “Mr. Simon had moved in with a newly single theatrical agent named Roy Gerber in Hollywood, and they invited friends over one night. Mr. Simon botched the pot roast. The next day, Gerber told him: “Sweetheart, that was a lovely dinner last night. What are we going to have tonight?” Mr. Simon replied: “What do you mean, cook you dinner? You never take me out to dinner. You never bring me flowers.” Danny Simon wrote a partial first draft of the play, but then handed over the idea to Neil.

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