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Doug and Carrie Heffernan (Kevin James and Leah Remini) share their home at 3121 Aberdeen Street in Rego Park, Queens, NY with Carrie's oddball dad, Arthur Spooner (Jerry Stiller). Doug, who makes a living as a delivery driver for the International Parcel Service (IPS), spends most of his time at his home with wife Carrie. Carrie works as a secretary for a law firm in midtown Manhattan and later is a secretary for a law firm dealing in real estate. This is complicated by Arthur, who can be quite a handful—so much so that they hired a dog walker, Holly (Nicole Sullivan), to walk him along with her canine charges in the local park. Doug hangs with his advice-giving buddies Deacon Palmer (Victor Williams), Spence Olchin (Patton Oswalt), Richie Iannucci (Larry Romano) and Danny Heffernan (Gary Valentine). His friend Spence is a Star Trek-loving geek who isn't very savvy when it comes to women. Deacon Palmer is Doug's best friend, and can often be seen working at IPS with Doug. Danny is Doug's cousin, whom Doug initially cannot stand but eventually warms up to. Richie is a fireman and casanova. The gang frequently hangs out at Cooper's Ale House in Glendale in West-Central Queens. The show usually revolves around intricate plots between either Doug or Carrie (sometimes both) to get something out of the other or a third party; Deacon Palmer and Holly are typical targets of this. However, there are instances where one of the two, or both, are inspired to do good deeds (such as donating to charities or helping a person find a job), or to do something beneficial for themselves (such as flipping a house, or investing in the stock market). They (usually Doug) will typically botch these plans causing one of the two (usually Doug) to panic and humorously sabotage that situation, or they (usually Carrie) will get hung up on not receiving the proper credit for their actions. Most of the time the results of their antics leave the characters in a stagnant position by the end of the episode. Unlike the traditional sitcom formula, the central conflict of many episodes is left unresolved at the end. Many episodes' opening teasers (in episodes that actually have a teaser) feature situations that have absolutely nothing to do with that episode's storylines (however, a few episodes do feature a teaser that is connected to one of the episode's storylines). The ending scene of most episodes is a very short joke that most of the time is related to the main story line. Most episodes usually take place in the Heffernans' home and in the IPS vehicle driven by Doug, accompanied by his co-workers or friends. (The streets were filmed footage of various boroughs around New York, while the show was taped in California.)
Last Updated: 6 Mar, 2010
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||The King of Queens - S02E07 - Get Away (Aired: 1999-11-01) |
Doug and Carrie, along with Deacon and Kelly, go on a weekend trip. While there, they find out that Deacon and Kelly have a very active sex life.
||The King of Queens - S02E14 - Block Buster (Aired: 2000-01-17) |
Doug has his old football teammates over; Meanwhile, Spence tries to get his revenge on the football players for what they did to him in high school.
||The King of Queens - S02E15 - Frozen Pop (Aired: 2000-01-24) |
Arthur is moved upstairs to Carrie's office once the weather gets cold, but have problems when the weather warms up and Arthur thinks his move was permanent.
||The King of Queens - S02E18 - The Shmenkmans (Aired: 2000-02-21) |
Doug and Carrie make new friends, and by a scheduling mix-up the new friends, and Deacon and Kelly are invited to the same dinner party. And in the end, they have no friends.
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||The King of Queens - S02E21 - Big Dougie (Aired: 2000-04-17) |
Doug becomes a Big Brother. Which leads him to running a 10K race to support heart disease; Carrie accidentally tells another Doug she loves him.