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The King of Queens is an American sitcom television series that originally ran on CBS from September 21, 1998, to May 14, 2007, for a total of nine seasons and 207 episodes. The series was created by Michael J. Weithorn and David Litt, who also served as the show's executive producer.The series stars Kevin James and Leah Remini as Doug and Carrie Heffernan, respectively, a working-class couple.
Doug catches Carrie cheating while playing board games with friends.
King Tommen I Baratheon was the nineteenth ruler of the Seven Kingdoms and the younger brother of King Joffrey and Princess Myrcella. Though legally the son of the late King Robert Baratheon and Queen Cersei Lannister, his true father is Ser Jaime Lannister, the Queen's twin brother, and is thus a bastard born of incest. After his brother's death, Tommen assumed the throne under the name of.
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Season 1 Pilot, Fat City, Cello, Goodbye, Richie's Song, Paternal Affairs, Head First, The Rock, Educating Doug, Road Rayge, Supermarket Story, Noel Cowards, Fixer.
Pasta Garden is an Italian restaurant located in Arlen. It is a parody of the Italian chain restaurant Olive Garden as the restaurant's logo and interior are similar, and they also give complementary breadsticks and salad, a signature of Olive Garden. After patrons are finished their meal, the servers go around with a cart showing all of the desserts asking if they want coffee and dessert. It.
When Carrie is caught cheating at a board game twice, they trace her cheating problem back to when she was. TV Time - The King of Queens S02E16 - Fair Game (TVShow Time) TV TIME.
Fair Game is the 16th episode of Season 2 of The King of Queens, also the 38th overall series episode. Written by Marc C. Sedaka, the episode, which was directed by Rob Schiller, originally aired on CBS-TV on February 7, 2000. Doug is appalled when he finds out Carrie frequently cheats at board games. She tries to get better but maybe the reason behind her behavior needs to be found first.
When Carrie is caught cheating at a board game twice, they trace her cheating problem back to when she was a child.
Fair Game February 7, 2000. Season 2, Episode 16. February 7, 2000. Doug is shocked as he spies Carrie cheating during a board game with some friends, but he doesn't know how to confront her.
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Fair Game. 7 February 2000 7 Feb 2000. Episode Ep. 17. Meet By-Product. 14 February 2000 14 Feb 2000. Episode Ep. 18. The Shmenkmans. 21 February 2000 21 Feb 2000. Episode Ep. 19. Surprise Artie. 28 February 2000 28 Feb 2000. Episode Ep. 20. Wild Cards. 6 March 2000 6 Mar 2000. Episode Ep. 21. Big Dougie. 17 April 2000 17 Apr 2000. Episode Ep. 22. Soft Touch. 1 May 2000 1 May 2000. Episode Ep.
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Watch The King of Queens - Season 2, Episode 9 - I, Candy: A waitress flirts with Doug which causes him to start acting strange.
Meet By-Product was the 17th episode of Season 2 of The King of Queens, also the 42nd overall series episode. Written by David Litt, the episode, which was directed by Rob Schiller, originally aired on CBS-TV on February 14, 2000. Back in the 1980s, Richie invites Carrie and a friend of hers over to his and Doug's apartment. While Richie hits it off with the friend, Doug and Carrie have a.
Episode Info Carrie entertains a female client at a Mets game and invites Doug along, but she soon regrets it after he has a run-in with the woman; Arthur hosts a dinner party, but he's upstaged.
Like its characters, The King of Queens is a unpretentious but utterly dependable sitcom. Kevin James and Leah Remini, as blue-collar couple Doug and Carrie Heffernan, have the kind of chemistry that every sitcom craves (but far too few have). Layered on top of this solid foundation are the bizarre flights of Jerry Stiller as Arthur, Carrie's loud, paranoid, and combustible father.