I got a little curious after noticing that "Give My Regards to Broadway" was edited out of two episodes on the last set of The Odd Couple. I knew that song was in the public domain, but thought it was an isolated oversight. In fact, seven Odd Couple episodes are edited unnecessarily by removing songs that would have been absolutely free. We have discussed the issue of music clearance in many threads here and everyone has his or her own theory about assigning blame, but let's agree that this kind of useless editing should stop. As with The Fugitive cues, some of which would have required separate clearance, but many if which would not, these songs did not need to go. Should we chip in and buy a copy of Who Wrote That Song? for the CBS legal department? For those interested, the following songs were cut from one or more Odd Couple episodes, despite the expiration of their copyrights: "Give My Regards to Broadway" "Peg O' My Heart" "Look For the Silver Lining" "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" "I Love You Truly" "Tiger Rag"