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Louis Gossett Jr.
Based upon a play by Neil Simon (and a film), this gentle sitcom detailed the initial years of marriage between attorney Paul Bratter and his wife Corie, who lived together in a tiny studio apartment in New York City.Written by
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I watched this show when I was in grade school, but I don't remember laughing at it much. When I saw it in reruns a few years later, I understood why. It would appear that Simon's touch was not on this series like it was on The Odd Couple. The sparkling dialogue is just not there, and the show looks no different from other domestic comedies that were on during that time.
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