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"The Drew Carey Show" (1995) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Year: 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

13 September 1995
Drew's best friend Kate begs him to hire her at Winfred-Louder, the department store where he works, after she gets fried because of a break-up with her dead-beat boyfriend. Drew is hesitant because he isn't supposed to hire his friends. While holding an interview for a job in the cosmetics department, Drew meets Mimi Bobeck, a hostile and argumentative woman who twists Drew's words and lands him in hot water with Mr. Bell, his boss.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Lois (as Alaina Reed Hall)

Ian Gomez ... Larry Almada

David St. James ... Carpool Guy #1
Lauren Katz ... Waitress
Vic Helford ... Guy #1
Natasha Silver ... Natalie

Robin Ray Eller ... Employee (uncredited)

Kevin Pollak ... Mr. Bell (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Miss Right

20 September 1995
Mr. Bell hires Mimi as his assistant to keep her from filing a complaint about Drew's "harassment". She vows to make his life a living hell. Drew meets attractive job applicant Lisa and the two become friendly fast. However, once Lisa is hired, he is worried about dating her because of how it would look for management to be dating an employee. Meanwhile, Drew's neighbors cause trouble next door.

Season 1, Episode 3: The Joining of Two Unlikely Elements Is a Mixture

27 September 1995
Kate is depressed when another wedding shower is held at work and she realizes that most women her age are married or are getting married; she's always dreamed of having a wedding of her own. Drew, Oswald and Lewis decide to cheer her up by throwing a fake wedding party for her and Drew at the Warsaw. The guys wonder why none of them ever dated Kate and, later that night, Drew confesses to Kate the crush he had on her in high school.

Season 1, Episode 4: Nature Abhors a Vacuum

4 October 1995
Drew fires Suzie, an inept employee, only to find out she was Mr. Bell's mistress. Kate proposes her idea for a day spa to Mr. Bell, who is so impressed he wants to meet with her and Drew at the Warsaw to discuss it. Unfortunately, Drew discovers Mr. Bell is only interested in making Kate his latest conquest.

Season 1, Episode 5: No Two Things in Nature Are Exactly Alike

18 October 1995
Kate's ex-boyfriend Barry refuses to pick up his stuff and makes incessant phone calls to Kate at work. Drew attaches a cartoon to the bottom of a memo in the hopes of boosting company morale. Most employees are amused by it, but one offended employee complains to Mr. Bell. Drew becomes obsessed with finding out who it was that got him in trouble.

Season 1, Episode 6: Drew Meets Lawyers

1 November 1995
Drew turns down the Winfred-Louder attorneys when they try to get Drew to settle the lawsuit by signing a waiver that absolves the store of any responsibility. Drew hires a lawyer, who happens to be an insufferable ex-boyfriend of Kate's, but is left high and dry when he has to fire his lawyer for making passes at Kate.

Season 1, Episode 7: Drew in Court

8 November 1995
Drew gets ready to defend himself against Nora's lawsuit but isn't very successful. Nora cries on the stand to get everyone's sympathy and the outlook is pretty bleak for Drew. Because of the stress of the case, Drew loses it during an argument at the Warsaw, gets arrested for assault, and has to doubly defend himself.

Season 1, Episode 8: Lewis' Sister

15 November 1995
Lewis' sister Janet moves back to Cleveland with her preteen daughter Monica. Drew, who once had a thing for Janet in grade school, invites Janet and her daughter to a concert at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Lewis is vehemently against Drew spending time with Janet because he's afraid someone will get hurt. Sure enough, as Drew and Janet become more involved, Drew begins to realize how clingy and desperate Janet really is.

Season 1, Episode 9: Drew and Mrs. Louder

29 November 1995
Mrs. Louder, the widow of the store's founder, offers Drew a job as her personal assistant; the position comes with a pay raise and a guarantee he will be in the running for head of personnel. Drew is between a rock and a hard place because he's unsure if he wants to change jobs but is afraid he'll be fired if he doesn't accept Mrs. Louder's offer.

Season 1, Episode 10: Science Names Suck

6 December 1995
When Kate starts neglecting the guys after she gets a new boyfriend, the gang starts hanging out with Jay Clemens, an old school buddy they run into at the Warsaw. Kate eventually breaks up with her boyfriend and is outraged that Jay has seemingly taken her place in the gang. Everything comes to a heated and surprising end the night of Drew's birthday party.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Electron Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree

13 December 1995
Drew's father George is back in town to accept a lifetime achievement award from his lodge, the Wildebeests. He convinces a reluctant Drew to join him at one of the meetings to help convince Drew to become a member. However, Drew is disgusted to find that most of the lodge members are racists and exclude people from membership because of their race.

Season 1, Episode 12: Isomers Have Distinct Characteristics

20 December 1995
The employees at Winfred-Louder go on strike and Drew, while sympathetic, is forced to hire replacements. Despite promising not to let the strike hurt their friendship, Kate gets angry with Drew for letting Mimi and Oswald replace her at the cosmetics counter. As the weeks go by, tensions start to run high and Drew is pressured to take a side once and for all.

Season 1, Episode 13: Drew and the Unstable Element

3 January 1996
Kate complains to Drew about a creepy employee named Earl, whom she thinks is crazy. Drew thinks Kate is paranoid until he finds that Earl is delusional and extremely unstable. When Drew fires Earl after he refuses to see the company psychiatrist, Earl threatens Drew and begins stalking him.

Season 1, Episode 14: Drew and Mr. Bell's Nephew

10 January 1996
Mr. Bell promises Drew a promotion in exchange for training his nephew Blaine, who turns out to be a lazy, nepotistic pest. Kate mistakenly sells a giant bottle of extremely expensive perfume for much less than it's worth and turns to Drew for help. Meanwhile, Blaine becomes such a nuisance that Mimi and Drew call a truce and form an unholy alliance to force him out of the store.

Season 1, Episode 15: There Is No Scientific Name for a Show About God

17 January 1996
The store closes early because of an ice storm and circumstances force Drew to miss his carpool with the Optimist Club. The Optimists get in an accident and a man dies. Drew believes divine intervention kept him from being in the accident and decides to contact his old pastor about becoming a minister.

Season 1, Episode 16: Drew's New Assistant

31 January 1996
Drew's hopes of a personal secretary are dashed when Mr. Bell gives the job to Mimi so he can hire Suzie as his own assistant. Drew and Mimi's continued bickering put both their jobs on the line and Drew is horrified when he discovers pictures that suggest Mimi is secretly in love with him.

Season 1, Episode 17: The Front

7 February 1996
Mrs. Louder is furious when she discovers Mr. Bell's affair with Suzie and forces him to fire her. Mr. Bell takes revenge by threatening to fire any member of management who is caught dating an employee. This means Drew and Lisa have to jump through hoops to keep seeing each other and avoid being caught, especially by an on-the-prowl Mimi.

Season 1, Episode 18: Playing a Unified Field

14 February 1996
Lisa encourages a reluctant Drew to move on and see other people like she has. He asks out his thrill-seeking barber Sioux, who manages to get Drew in a fight and, even worse, strikes up a friendship with Mimi. Just when Drew starts to wonder if he can keep up with Sioux, Lisa calls and tells him she's found a way they can date in public. But how can he tell Sioux and survive?

Season 1, Episode 19: Atomic Cat Fight

21 February 1996
Drew is in hot water when Lisa and Kate find out he promised both of them the head personal shopper job. And just to send Drew farther over the edge, Mimi is also in the running for the position. Drew decides to be diplomatic and have all three of them shop for the store's most difficult customers. Whoever performs the best, wins the job.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Katy Selverstone ... Lisa Robbins
George Petrie ... Max Wagner (as George O. Petrie)

Kelly Perine ... Chuck

Michael Bryan French ... Mr. Newcomb

Caroline Lagerfelt ... Mrs. Hoyt

Nancy Fish ... Rita

Lance Roberts ... Security Guard #1

Kevin Pollak ... Mr. Bell (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Drew and Kate and Kate's Mom

27 February 1996
Kate's mom takes Kate and the gang out to dinner for Kate's birthday. Kate avoids telling her mother she's dating anyone because her mom always disapproves of her boyfriends. Jay thinks Mrs. O'Brien is in a mental hospital but when Lewis lets the truth slip, Kate has to make up for it by inviting Jay to dinner at her mom's house. Just as Kate suspected, her mom worries Jay is on the rebound and tries to convince Kate that Drew is the right man for her.

Season 1, Episode 21: Drew Gets Motivated

1 May 1996
The company motivational speaker encourages Drew to tell his bosses about his idea to use animal mascots in commercials for the store. Drew's idea is such a raging success, Mrs. Louder promotes him to head of promotions. Drew doesn't want to leave the personnel department but has to take the promotion. Unfortunately, Drew can't exactly handle the pressure of his new job: come up with fresh ideas each week or get fired.

Season 1, Episode 22: Buzz Beer

8 May 1996
Mimi and Drew find a secret memo that announces a Dutch company is planning to buy the store and they assume all the employees are going to be fired. Depressed about possibly losing his job, Drew and the gang visit a small business expo and eventually get the idea to brew and sell their own coffee-flavored beer.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: We'll Remember Always, Evaluation Day

18 September 1996
Drew and Lisa's relationship gets rocky when all they do is argue everyday. On the work front, the Winfred-Louder staff sucks up to Drew because it's employee evaluation day. However, emotions run high when Lisa sees her less-than-complimentary evaluation early and is livid with Drew.

Season 2, Episode 2: Something Wick This Way Comes

25 September 1996
Drew is outraged when the company refuses to promote him to permanent manager and instead hires an Englishman named Nigel Wick. Wick turns out to be a very crooked character when he bribes Drew with the promise of the assistant manager job if he'll be Wick's "bad guy" when it comes to company cutbacks.

Season 2, Episode 3: Break It Up, Break It Up

2 October 1996
Lisa moves in with Drew and it really puts a strain on their relationship. Drew goes to great lengths to avoid going home at night while Kate, who thought Jay was going to propose, is confused and hurt when Jay says he is moving to Minnesota without her.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Bully You Know

16 October 1996
Drew runs into old high school bully Simon Tate (guest star Norm MacDonald) at the Warsaw. Simon apologizes for how he behaved as a teenager and seems to have changed his ways. Drew gives an out-of-work Simon a job at Winfred-Louder but he soon starts pushing everyone around just like in the old days.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Devil, You Say

30 October 1996
Kate starts dating a new guy named Jack. He interviews for a position in the store and Drew is disturbed to find that Jack thinks he is the devil. Kate is sure Jack is just joking but soon finds out otherwise. When Kate tries to dump him, Jack claims she sold him her soul and says she can never leave him.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Day the Music Died

6 November 1996
Drew is depressed after learning his high school band teacher, Ms. Blankenship, has died. He organizes the band to play a tribute performance for her and is furious when no one takes it seriously. When the gang questions Drew about it, he reveals that he lost his virginity to Ms. Blankenship. He considers the experience very special. However, Drew is dismayed to find out he was not the only male student seduced by the attractive music teacher.

Season 2, Episode 7: What the Zoning Inspector Saw

13 November 1996
Drew meets Bonnie (guest star Caroline Rhea) at the Warsaw and brings her home to see his brewery. Once she finds out he doesn't have a permit, she admits that she's a zoning inspector and has to report him. Drew organizes a party and sells maps to the location in order to give away the beer. Bonnie shows up at the party and threatens to arrest Drew and the gang for soliciting to sell alcohol. The party disbands but things get complicated when Drew and Bonnie sleep together after everyone leaves.

Season 2, Episode 8: Drew's the Other Man

20 November 1996
Drew is upset when Bonnie refuses to go out on dates with him in public. She always wants to stay over at his place and order take-out. Drew thinks Bonnie is concerned about his financial situation but he wants to do something special for her. Drew surprises Bonnie at her apartment with a gourmet meal, only to find out she's married.

Season 2, Episode 9: Mimi's Day Parade

27 November 1996
Drew's hopes of a relaxing holiday weekend are crushed when Mr. Wick makes Drew in charge of Winfred-Louder's Thanksgiving Day parade. Crunched for time, Drew has to make a deal with Mimi that she can be the "snow queen" in the parade if her father's trucking company supplies the equipment for the floats. Unfortunately, Mr. Wick chooses someone else to be grand marshal and Mimi sabotages the parade.

Season 2, Episode 10: It's Your Party and I'll Crash If I Want To

4 December 1996
Drew feels left out when popular salesman Dexter Roberts hang outs with all the other employees and embarrasses Drew in front of the whole store. Drew finds out Dexter is throwing a huge company party and only Drew and Mimi aren't invited. The two put aside their differences and decide to crash the party and ruin everyone's fun.

Season 2, Episode 11: Lisa Gets Married

18 December 1996
Drew inadvertently agrees to organize a wedding shower for his ex-girlfriend Lisa when he mistakenly believes the bride is an elderly employee also named Lisa. Lisa's fiancé Trent, according to Drew's new system that ranks employees by performance, is first in line to be fired from the store. Lisa thinks Drew is acting out of spite because he hasn't moved on but Drew insists it's because Trent is a poor employee. Drew talks with Trent and is unnerved when Trent has an epiphany and decides he wants to call off the wedding.

Season 2, Episode 12: They're Back

8 January 1997
Drew is worried when he hears about a hurricane hitting Florida near where his parents live. Unexpectedly, his parents show up at his place and admit they've been traveling in their Winnebago because they lost their house. Worst of all, Beulah lost her life savings in a land development scam. Drew plans to let them stay over for a few weeks until the lawsuit is settled but is torn about what to do when his parents lose the case.

Season 2, Episode 13: Hello/Goodbye

15 January 1997
Drew is getting fed up with the filthy, unsafe conditions in Oswald and Lewis' apartment and threatens to take their landlord to court. But when the landlord finds out Drew has been living with the guys without a lease, he evicts all of them. The three of them end up on Kate's doorstep and she reluctantly agrees to let them stay with her for a few days. Everyone pressures Drew to stand up to his parents once and for all and take back his house.

Season 2, Episode 14: Drewstock

29 January 1997
After realizing there is no way to profit from Buzz Beer, the gang decides to shut down the brewery and throw a party with free beer to get rid of their supply. Drew meets a woman at the Warsaw and invites her to the party but can't remember her name or number. Mimi puts a flier about Drew's party in the Winfred-Louder newspaper as revenge for an earlier prank. Drew's hopes of finding his mystery woman dwindle when everyone in the city of Cleveland (including the mayor, Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar, Little Richard, and Joe Walsh) shows up at his house for the party.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Little Richard ... Little Richard

Joe Walsh ... Joe Walsh
Bernie Kosar ... Bernie Kosar
Michael R. White ... Mayor Michael R. White
Lisa Thornhill ... Beth

Lea DeLaria ... Jewel

Samantha Bennett ... Olivia
Pam Stone ... Lois
Andre Rosey Brown ... The Bodyguard (as Rosey Brown)

Donielle Artese ... Featured
David Charles DuBois ... Party Guest

Martin Mull ... Himself (uncredited)

Grant Shaud ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Drew Blows His Promotion

5 February 1997
Oswald and Lewis plan their usual prank war for Drew's birthday and tease Kate for not being able to compete with their elaborate jokes. Meanwhile, Drew volunteers to update the store's training films in hopes of earning a promotion. Kate hopes to win the prank war by tampering with Drew's training video and showing it at his birthday party. Unfortunately, Drew unknowingly takes the tampered tape to work and presents it to the board.

Season 2, Episode 16: Check Out Drew's Old Flame

12 February 1997
Drew's down payment on a car bounces because of a bad check at a garage sale. He finds out the woman who wrote the check was Kyra, his girlfriend from junior high school. She claims her roommate wrote checks from her account to cover his gambling debt. Drew invites Kyra to stay with him but begins to doubt her when his car is repossessed after her second check also bounces.

Season 2, Episode 17: See Drew Run

19 February 1997
Winfred-Louder employees risk their lives get to work each day because the crosswalk from the parking deck to the store is at an intersection near the freeway. When a member of the Optimists Club is severely injured while trying to cross, Drew demands the store build a skywalk to the employee garage. When his complaints are ignored and Lewis and Oswald are hurt while trying to cross, Drew decides to take drastic measures by going on a hunger strike.

Season 2, Episode 18: Drew Gets Married

26 February 1997
Drew returns disheveled and frustrated after a convention in Las Vegas. After losing his luggage and all of his money, a waitress named Diane took pity on him and they went out for drinks. She took Drew to a rock and roll chapel to get married and he went through with it, thinking it was a drunken prank. Unfortunately, the ceremony was legal. Diane admits she needed to get re-married in order to keep custody of her two kids. She convinces Drew to pose as her husband for a week to fool the social worker.

Season 2, Episode 19: Man's Best Same Sex Companion

5 March 1997
Drew finds out Speedy's hip problem is getting worse but there's hope in a new operation that could restore the dog to his old self. The problem is the operation costs 2,700. Nora recommends Drew use his company insurance to pay for it. Winfred-Louder has same-sex health benefits; all Drew would have to do is claim the operation is for his lover. Drew agrees but ends up having to prove he is gay by hiring Oswald to play his lover "Aaron".

Season 2, Episode 20: Two Drews and the Queen of Poland Walk Into a Bar

19 March 1997
Earl is released from prison and swears he's a changed man. Drew is ill at ease when Earl moves in next-door and starts watching his every move. Earl claims he is observing Drew so he can assimilate back into society. Eventually, Earl starts dressing like Drew and even remodels his house to look exactly like Drew's. Everything comes to a head when Earl pulls a gun on Drew and the gang, admitting he wants to kill Drew and take over his life.

Season 2, Episode 21: Cap-Beer-Cino

2 April 1997
The gang discovers someone else is marketing a coffee-flavored beer called Cap-Beer-Cino. The owner, Chris Vanderkamp, openly admits stealing the idea but has enough lawyers to keep him in the clear. Cap-Beer-Cino becomes a sensation at the Warsaw, which leaves the gang desperate for business.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Ed Begley Jr. ... Dr. Chris Vanderkamp

Rachel Hunter ... Rachel Hunter

James M. Connor ... Steve (as James Michael Connor)
Vic Helford ... Vic
Michael Raysses ... Joe
Steven Kravitz ... Stan (as Steve Kravitz)

Season 2, Episode 22: Drew vs. Mimi: Part 2

30 April 1997
When the employee representative to the board is forced to retire, Drew, Mimi, and Larry are thrilled over the possibility of taking over the position that offers a considerable raise and requires little work. The competition to impress Mr. Wick, Mrs. Louder, and the board of directors turns from friendly rivalry to an outright brawl.

Season 2, Episode 23: Win a Date with Kate

7 May 1997
Kate is annoyed the guys offered a date with her as a prize in a contest for Buzz Beer. Mr. Wick finds the winning bottle cap and Kate reluctantly goes through with the date. The guys are stunned when Kate and Wick seemingly fall for each other. Little do they know, Kate and Wick are playing a prank as revenge for the contest. However, Mr. Wick may not be pretending.

Season 2, Episode 24: New York and Queens

14 May 1997
After a disastrous trip to New York to sell Buzz Beer, the gang makes a shocking discovery: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) has been replaced as the weekend midnight movie with The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994), leading do a drag-off in the streets with Mimi and her Priscilla cronies.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Donald Trump ... Himself

Carol Channing ... Herself

Nicholas Turturro ... Det. James Martinez

Luis Antonio Ramos ... Clerk

Paul Cassell ... Todd
Peter Iacangelo ... Ice Cream Vendor

Ian Gomez ... Larry Almada
Steve Bermundo ... Dancer
Troy Burgess ... Dancer (as Troy Allan Burgess)
Kim Craven ... Dancer
Frank Daddabbo ... Dancer
Marco A. De La Cruz ... Dancer
Anthony A. Demarco ... Dancer
Indriana Desouza ... Dancer
Bart Doerfler ... Dancer
R.J. Durell ... Dancer

Sharon Ferguson ... Dancer
Lorraine Fields ... Dancer
Roosevelt Flenoury ... Dancer
Michael Higgins ... Dancer
Carlos Jones ... Dancer
Jodi Lang ... Dancer
Jessica Moore ... Dancer
Regan Patno ... Dancer
Renda Pettis ... Dancer

Nathan Prevost ... Dancer

Gene Anthony Ray ... Dancer

Caroline A. Rice ... Dancer (as Caroline Rice)

Charlie E. Schmidt ... Dancer (as Charlie Schmidt)
Aury Schneider ... Dancer
Charlie Seltz ... Dancer
Moses Sequeira ... Dancer
Bill Ung ... Rocky Horror Fan (Uncredited)
Carlos Campos ... (uncredited)
Louis Campos ... (uncredited)
Michael Haboush ... Bicycle Delivery Guy (uncredited)
Midnight Insanity ... Rocky Horror Fans (uncredited)
John F. McCormick ... Dancer (uncredited)
Louis E. Rosas ... Priscilla Fan (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Drew vs. Billboard

23 September 1997
Drew worries his physic is holding him back at work when Mr. Wick picks a robust employee to attend a convention in Hawaii instead of him. A guy at the Warsaw overhears Drew's plight and claims to have the solution: a weight-loss pill that activates when taken with beer. He offers Drew a free bottle if he poses for before and after pictures. Days later, Drew is horrified to see his shirtless "before" photo on a billboard in town.

Season 3, Episode 2: Drew and the Singles Union

24 September 1997
As a violent storm looms over Cleveland, the store lets all employees with families go home early to spend time with their kids, leaving the single employees to fend for themselves at work. Upset over the situation, Drew proposes creating a union for single employees. Everyone runs for cover in the basement as a tornado approaches but Mr. Wick is caught in the store right as the twister strikes. Mimi sees a golden opportunity when she finds Mr. Wick traumatized and disoriented the next day.

Season 3, Episode 3: Strange Bedfellows

1 October 1997
Drew decides to turn over a new leaf by becoming more assertive. He taps into the boardroom to see the footage of his meeting and hear his evaluation. Drew ends up getting more than he bargained for when he and Mimi see Larry and Mrs. Louder having sex in the boardroom. Meanwhile, Mimi still has a confused Mr. Wick living at her house and Kate and Oswald begin secretly dating.

Season 3, Episode 4: Misery Loves Mimi

8 October 1997
Just when Mr. Wick is getting back on his feet, Mimi tricks him into thinking another storm has hit the city. She continues to run the store by signing Mr. Wick's name on all the orders. Drew becomes suspicious of Wick's disappearance so Mimi issues a memo that says he's fired. With a heavy heart over losing his job, Drew keeps pursuing real estate agent Nicki Fifer (who thinks he's a loser for being unemployed) while Kate and Oswald break the news about their relationship.

Season 3, Episode 5: A Very, Very, Very Fine House

15 October 1997
The government seizes Drew's house after Larry's antics in the previous episode. They plan to sell it at auction. Drew gets an idea from Nicki to declare bankruptcy on the house to get out of debt and then have Lewis bid on it on Drew's behalf. Tensions erupt as Drew has a difficult time accepting Kate and Oswald as a couple.

Season 3, Episode 6: Drew vs. the Pig

29 October 1997
Drew is amazed to find out Nicki was overweight in the past but managed to lose 85 pounds. In support of her strict diet, Drew vows to lose 10 pounds. Mimi mocks Drew and claims Nicki lied about her past to pressure Drew into losing weight because she's embarrassed of his appearance. Doubt begins creeping into Drew's mind so he starts searching for proof of Nicki's past weight troubles.

Season 3, Episode 7: Batmobile

5 November 1997
Drew wins the Batmobile in a contest at a fast food restaurant. Nicki and the gang are amazed Drew was offered 200,000 in lieu of the car but turned it down. Drew's outlandish prize starts to cause problems in his relationship with Nicki when she refuses to let him drive the Batmobile when they meet her parents for a dinner date.

Season 3, Episode 8: The Dog and Pony Show

12 November 1997
Mr. Wick is roped into dog-sitting Mrs. Louder's prized show dog; it's very valuable because of its unique coat and breeding capabilities. Wick ditches the responsibility by leaving the dog with Drew without consulting him. Kate drops the dog off at Drew's and doesn't have time to leave a note. When Drew gets home, he assumes the dog is a stray and takes it to the vet. Kate returns later and is horrified to find the dog shaved and neutered.

Season 3, Episode 9: Drew's Brother

19 November 1997
Drew's older brother Steve pays a surprise visit; he's down on his luck after going through a broken engagement and losing his job. Kate convinces Drew to give Steve a job in the cosmetics department. One afternoon at work, Drew is astounded to find his brother dressed in women's clothes, complete with a wig; Steve reveals he is a cross-dresser. Upon this discovery, Mr. Wick demands Drew fire Steve immediately.

Season 3, Episode 10: That Thing You Don't

26 November 1997
The gang decides to get the old band back together for a battle of the bands contest at the Warsaw. Kate desperately wants to be lead vocalist but the guys are hesitant because she's an awful singer. The guys run into Herb, an old high school rival, who is confident his band will crush Drew's in the contest. The gang is determined to win but the guys know they won't if they let Kate sing.

Season 3, Episode 11: Volunteer

3 December 1997
Drew's pastor convinces him to volunteer at a seniors' center, where the residents have a reputation for being difficult. Mr. Wick hears about it and convinces Mrs. Louder to require all the employees to "volunteer" at retirement homes for the good publicity. Gus, a resident at the retirement home, talks Drew into taking the seniors to the store so they help with inventory. Gus takes a bunch of photographs and tells a local news station that Drew is abusing the residents. The elderly start picketing Winfred-Louder and Drew is at risk for losing his job.

Season 3, Episode 12: Vacation

17 December 1997
Winfred-Louder holds a desk-decorating contest for the employees, with the winner receiving two tickets to the Bahamas. Drew creates an entirely edible cubicle and Kate dances on top of her desk. Mr. Wick calls them co-winners and gives them each a ticket. Drew is worried about being alone with Kate because of his feelings for her in the past. Lewis accidentally spills the beans about Drew's fears, which leads an enraged Oswald to stow away on a courier flight to the Bahamas in order to confront Drew.

Season 3, Episode 13: Howdy Neighbor

7 January 1998
The Buzz Beer tank explodes, causing beer to rain down all over the Clemens' yard. Drew invites them over for dinner to convince them not to sue. Janet talks Greg into investing in Buzz Beer so the gang can replace the tank. Greg agrees on the condition he can call all the shots. The gang is forced to work constantly so Drew decides to get Greg drunk to loosen him up.

Season 3, Episode 14: He Harassed Me, He Harassed Me Not

14 January 1998
Mr. Wick is panicked upon finding a memo he thinks is about firing him. Wick convinces Mimi to plot a phony sexual harassment scheme with him. Mimi will claim Wick harassed her, file suit against the store, and the both of them will split the winnings on a tropical island. Wick makes a "pass" at Mimi in front of Drew. When Drew refuses to be bribed into silence, Mrs. Louder demotes him to the sales floor. Drew becomes suspicious of Mimi and Wick when he finds out they opened a joint bank account in the Cayman Islands.

Season 3, Episode 15: Mr. Louder's Birthday Party

28 January 1998
Mrs. Louder asks Drew to make a toast at birthday party honoring her late husband. The best toast wins 500 shares of company stock. Drew struggles with what to say because Mr. Louder was a terrible person. Oswald and Lewis agree to attend the party to support Drew but Nicki doesn't want to go because she's gained weight. Nicki finally shows up and Drew decides to make her feel special by dedicating his speech to her. Drew's plan proves disastrous as the spotlight is aimed right at Nicki while she's pigging out.

Season 3, Episode 16: The Salon

4 February 1998
Kate hopes to get promoted to wardrobe buyer but Mrs. Louder doesn't think she has enough class for the job. She and Drew organize a salon at his house where everyone can discuss social and political issues. Mrs. Louder pays a visit to the salon and ends up in a heated argument with Kate over Internet censorship.

Season 3, Episode 17: The Engagement

11 February 1998
Oswald announces his plans to move in with Kate. Drew's jealousy gets the best of him and he ends up in an argument with Kate. Oswald accuses Drew of pining for Kate and then insists he and Kate are more compatible than Drew and Nicki. The guys decide to test their relationships by slipping in questions from a magazine compatibility test during their Valentine's Day double date.

Season 3, Episode 18: Nicki's Parents

25 February 1998
Drew and Oswald buy their engagement rings. Drew plans to give the ring to Nicki at dinner when he meets her parents for the first time. Drew is stuck eating dinner alone with the Fifers when Nicki gets snowed in at her sister's. One tense evening ensues as the Fifers blame Drew for their daughter's shortcomings and eventually start arguing amongst themselves about their lackluster marriage. Mrs. Fifer decides to move out while Mr. Fifer tries to convince Drew to help him meet new women.

Season 3, Episode 19: Two Weddings and a Funeral for a Refrigerator

4 March 1998
The gang is bummed when Drew's refrigerator breaks down. Drew convinces Mr. Wick to put up a beautiful new fridge as a prize in the annual employee games. Drew and Nicki team up in hopes of winning a new fridge but heavy competition from the undefeated Mimi and Larry turns the games into a serious fight to the finish.

Season 3, Episode 20: The Bachelor Party

11 March 1998
Drew and Nicki plan to videotape themselves having sex. The next morning, Drew's parents come to town to celebrate his engagement. Drew tries to tell his mother about a problem with his relationship but is constantly interrupted. Drew eventually tells Beulah he has called off the wedding. She begs Drew to go through with the bachelor party and break the news to George afterward because of how depressed he's been.

Season 3, Episode 21: The Sex Drug

18 March 1998
Lewis confiscates a sex drug from DrugCo after nearly being attacked by several monkeys who had used it. The drug is accidentally spilled into a batch of green Buzz Beer being prepared for St. Patrick's Day. Everyone at the Warsaw inadvertently drinks the tainted beer with startling results. Drew prepares to be the sole witness in Mimi's "sexual harassment" case while under the influence of the sex drug.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Nan Martin ... Mrs. Louder

Susan Blommaert ... Judge Oberman

Peter Mackenzie ... Mr. Firestein
Steve Ireland ... Joe Holiday

Mercedes Colon ... Bailiff (as Mercedes Colón)

Christina Moore ... Court Reporter

Walter Addison ... The Doctor

Paul Nobrega ... Paul (as Paul Joseph Edwards)

Season 3, Episode 22: What's Wrong with This Episode?

1 April 1998
After Mr. Wick is injured at work during an elaborate and cruel plan to fire an employee, Drew is placed in charge for the week. Drew adopts a "no firing" policy that works wonders until employees start taking advantage of Drew's generosity. The store starts to fall to ruins just as Mrs. Louder's return looms.

Season 3, Episode 23: The Rebound

8 April 1998
A gorgeous handywoman named Sharon visits Drew's house to fix several appliances that were broken during a drunken celebration the night before. Oswald and Lewis push Drew to ask her out while Kate is sure Drew is on the rebound and likely to hurt Sharon. Drew finally gets the courage to ask Sharon out but she insists on being only friends.

Season 3, Episode 24: The Dating Consultant

22 April 1998
Drew meets a woman at the Warsaw who recommends he attend her dating advice service. He agrees only to be publicly embarrassed when the instructor shows a videotape of Drew's date as "a teaching aid". Drew is the laughingstock of the class despite the fact that most of them are career losers who are still virgins. Drew seeks the help of the Better Business Bureau to shut down the advice center but ends up needing class advice when he scores a date with a Bureau employee.

Season 3, Episode 25: Drew's Cousin

29 April 1998
It's Drew's turn to host the family barbecue for all the Carey cousins. Drew's 18-year-old cousin Kristen comes to the party while looking at colleges. Kristen asks Drew if she can stay at his place until a dorm room opens up at Cleveland State in the fall. Drew agrees but is horrified when Kristen starts dating Mr. Wick.

Season 3, Episode 26: From the Earth to the Moon

6 May 1998
Mrs. Louder calls Drew to tell him he's been chosen to coordinate hiring for the new stores in Europe. The catch is Drew has to get to the boardroom within 10 minutes to secure the position. The universe seems to be against Drew's success as numerous obstacles, including a broken elevator, an irate customer, and a blocked staircase, get in his way to the boardroom.

Season 3, Episode 27: The Wedding Dress

13 May 1998
Kate and Oswald start planning their wedding but find they won't be able to afford many luxuries. The gang heads to a discount bridal shop and discovers Kate's dream wedding dress costs $5,000. Kate is devastated but Drew is determined to see her happy. He manages to scrap up enough money to buy Kate the dress. The problem is: Oswald plans to surprise Kate with a knockoff dress he bought for her.

Season 3, Episode 28: My Best Friend's Wedding

20 May 1998
Lewis forces Oswald and Drew to shake and make up. Kate tries to come up with a way to tell Oswald she isn't in love with him anymore and wants to call off the wedding. Drew urges Kate to tell Oswald to his face and get it over with. Kate's plan is thwarted when Oswald throws a surprise wedding ceremony for her in Drew's backyard. Kate is at odds with whether to avoid humiliating Oswald or to be true to her heart.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Drew and the Conspiracy

23 September 1998
After a string of mishaps at work, Drew begins to suspect someone is out to get him. Everyone thinks he's paranoid until security tape footage shows a group of three men discussing how much they hate Drew and how they've been plotting pranks to make him miserable the past ten years. Drew decides to take a stand and find out why the mystery men loathe him so much.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Kelly Perine ... Chuck

Gregory Jbara ... Ron

Tracy Letts ... Lomax

Kevin McDonald ... Heller (as Kevin Hamilton McDonald)

Kevin Weisman ... Carl

Stefanie Kahn ... Cheryl (as Stefanie Ann Kahn)

Jim O'Heir ... The Maintenance Guy

Season 4, Episode 2: In Ramada Da Vida

30 September 1998
Drew is in charge of entertaining a group of investors from Vietnam. While Drew's band plays for the investors at a local hotel, the manager asks them to replace the regular hotel band. Drew is torn whether to focus on his career at the store or become a musician full-time with his band.

Season 4, Episode 3: Golden Boy

7 October 1998
Drew decides to go blonde and must endure the snide remarks from friends and co-workers. When Larry discovers that someone has been doing cocaine in the men's room, Mr. Wick forces Drew and Mimi to take urine samples from all the employees for drug testing.

Season 4, Episode 4: Drew Between the Rock and a Hard Place

14 October 1998
Mrs. Louder offers to let Drew fill in as store manager while Wick in is rehab but Drew turns her down in favor of spending more time with his band. Drew's band, the Horndogs, is offered the chance to go on a tour of every Ramada in the state. Drew wants to quit his job at the store for good but Kate and the other employees plead with him to stay.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Ian Gomez ... Larry Almada

Nan Martin ... Mrs. Louder

Joe Walsh ... Ed

Pauley Perrette ... Darcy
Danny Breen ... Roy
Karen White ... Sue (as Karen Elizabeth White)

Stephen Rockwell ... Customer #1
Ross Gottstein ... The Employee

'Weird Al' Yankovic ... 'Weird Al' Yankovic
James Kent Fox ... Drummer - The James Gang (as Jimmy Fox)
Dale Peters ... Bass Player - The James Gang
Waddy Wachtel ... Guitarist

Season 4, Episode 5: Sexual Perversity in Cleveland

21 October 1998
Drew's groupie girlfriend Darcy dumps him when she discovers that Drew isn't a full-time musician. He drowns his sorrows by starting a steamy online affair with a mystery woman. However, Drew starts getting suspicious when his internet sweetheart admits to working at a department store and collecting troll dolls. Could his online love really be Mimi?!

Season 4, Episode 6: Cain and Mabel

28 October 1998
Steve shows up at the Warsaw dressed in drag and Drew stands up for his brother when a bar patron behaves obnoxiously. Steve's transvestite friends start coming to the Warsaw as a show of support for Steve. Drew and the gang become annoyed when the Warsaw is so inundated with cross-dressers that all other customers stop coming to the bar. Steve is livid when the bartender starts a policy of discounted drinks "for real women only" and is even more appalled when Drew refuses to back him up.

Season 4, Episode 7: Nicki's Wedding

4 November 1998
Drew claims to be happy for Nicki when he finds out she's getting married. When he gets an invitation to her wedding, the gang is sure it's just a "courtesy invite" and discourage him from going. Drew decides to take his new date to the wedding and ends up making a fool of himself when Nicki's parents make known how little they think of Drew.

Season 4, Episode 8: Drew's New Car

11 November 1998
Drew is in charge of selecting the Winfred-Louder employee of the year, who will win a trip to Hawaii. For the first time ever, a non-Louder may actually win because all the Louders have seemingly already won. Oswald receives his check for testing the breast implants and decides to repay his friends for all the money he's borrowed over the years. When Drew's car is totaled, the gang pools all their money to buy him a sleek new VW Bug.

Season 4, Episode 9: The High Road to China

18 November 1998
Drew pulls off an elaborate practical joke on Mimi and brags she will never be able to retaliate. Days later, Drew wakes up on the Great Wall of China with no money or passport. He is left clueless and wandering around China in search of the U.S. embassy. Meanwhile, Kate, Lewis, and Oswald become concerned when they find out Drew never made it to his business trip in Winnepeg and suspect Mimi has something to do with his disappearance.

Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Harvey Lee

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski
Lin Liu ... Ming

James Hong ... Government Worker

Ming Lo ... McDonald's Manager
Harrison Liu ... Chinese Worker
Nghia Luu ... Cashier
Zhen Li Qiang ... Policeman
Kong Rui ... Ox Cart Driver

Season 4, Episode 10: Drew's Dance Party Special

18 November 1998
The gang has a slumber party at Drew's when they discover their favorite radio station is going off the air. Oswald goes out to the station and bribes a DJ to let him play the gang's favorite songs.

Season 4, Episode 11: Kate's Family

25 November 1998
Kate takes a paid house-sitting gig after losing her latest job. She meets handsome plumber Scott while at the house and the two are instantly attracted. When the house owner is forced to leave her two children with Kate, Scott offers to help out. The group starts acting like a real family and Kate gets a little too carried away with the fantasy.

Season 4, Episode 12: Drew Dates a Senior

9 December 1998
Drew signs up for night school classes to pursue a master's degree. In class one evening, Drew meets Celia, an attractive 62-year old, and they get on well as study partners. When mutual feelings emerge between them, Celia begins to distance herself for fear Drew will become embarrassed of her.

Season 4, Episode 13: Drew's Holiday Punch

16 December 1998
Drew's parents arrive for a surprise Christmas visit. They assume Celia is the maid and Drew is hesitant to tell them the truth. To make matters worse, Celia's hostile son Chip shows up in the middle of the night to join the holiday festivities.

Season 4, Episode 14: A House Divided

6 January 1999
A local corporation wants to buy all the houses in Drew's neighborhood to make way for a mall on the lot. Drew isn't pleased but promises to think it over. While at work, Drew finds out Winfred-Louder is behind the mall construction plot and Mr. Wick tries to convince him to sell. Wick agrees to have Drew's house moved to prime lakefront property. However, Drew arrives home he finds his house has literally been sawed in half; the corporation moved half the house a week ahead of schedule.

Season 4, Episode 15: A House Reunited

13 January 1999
Celia offers her support in Drew's fight against Winfred-Louder because of what they did to his house. Meanwhile, Drew has to get by living in half a house with no heat or electricity. Despite his destitute situation, Drew asks Celia to move in with him. Oswald, Lewis, and Kate start to get freaked out by Drew and Celia's relationship as they start behaving more like mother and son than boyfriend and girlfriend.

Season 4, Episode 16: Rats, Kate's Dating a Wrestler

27 January 1999
When the Warsaw has to temporarily close, the guys reach out to "The Disciplinarian", a popular professional wrestler, to be the spokesman for Buzz Beer. Drew greatly disapproves when Kate starts dating The Disciplinarian because all of her relationships tend to end in disaster. Things eventually start to go south when The Disciplinarian stops working out in favor of getting drunk, so much so that he misses important public appearances.

Season 4, Episode 17: Three Guys, a Girl and a B-Story

10 February 1999
Lewis scores a date at a science fiction convention and Oswald, unknowingly, makes a date with the same woman when he delivers a package to her house. Drew also ends up making a date with the exact same woman when he runs into her at work. The guys are each thrilled at the prospect of having a new girlfriend, all three of them oblivious they are dating the same woman.

Season 4, Episode 18: Boy Party/Girl Party

17 February 1999
Drew has problems getting any time alone with Tracey because Lewis and Oswald keep monopolizing her. Following Kate's suggestion, Drew holds a slumber party at his house to appease the Winfred-Louder models. While the party is going on, Drew plans to sneak out to see Tracey. Unfortunately, an unexpected blizzard keeps the models away and keeps Drew from seeing Tracey. Lewis and Oswald find out about Drew's plot and vow to get revenge.

Season 4, Episode 19: Tracy Bowl

24 February 1999
All three of the guys vie for the chance to take Tracey to an upcoming wedding, the winner officially being declared in a relationship with her. Drew and Oswald both unknowingly pull the same dirty trick on Lewis, which gets him sent to the hospital. The two of them decide to call a truce and let Lewis get the girl. Oswald succeeds in getting Tracey to reject him but Drew underhandedly stabs both his friends in the back in hopes of winning Tracey's affection.

Season 4, Episode 20: DrugCo

3 March 1999
Lewis is excited to be in line for a promotion to head of the janitorial department at Drug Co. Drew is upset when he finds his dog Speedy is developing cataracts. Lewis gets Speedy into an experimental treatment program but the process takes at least a week to complete. Lewis is elated when he gains the promotion but is dismayed when his boss denies ever seeing Drew's dog. Lewis decides to risk his new job by sneaking the gang into Drug Co. to rescue Speedy.

Season 4, Episode 21: Steve and Mimi

24 March 1999
Drew is forced to lay off dozens of workers and offers Steve a place to stay when he ends up on the chopping block. Mimi stops by Drew's with another list of people to fire and is instantly attracted to Steve when she sees him out of drag. They set up a date and keep it a secret from Drew. Mimi is disappointed when Steve dresses in drag on their date and agree to be friends. But when Drew gets home he's shocked and disgusted to find Steve and Mimi making out. He tries to get over his revulsion at the Warsaw but can't handle it when he gets home to find Steve and Mimi having sex in his kitchen.

Season 4, Episode 22: What's Wrong with This Episode II

31 March 1999
Drew and Steve are distressed when their longtime barber Phil dies. Beulah comes to town a week early for an anniversary party Drew is throwing for her and his dad and insists on going to the funeral. The gang sees Beulah kiss Phil's corpse and overhears a nasty argument between her and Phil's widow. They begin to suspect Beulah had an affair with the charismatic barber.

Season 4, Episode 23: She's Gotta Have It

7 April 1999
Sharon is dejected after being dumped by her boyfriend and plans on drowning her sorrows at the Warsaw. Once closing time rolls around, Drew invites Sharon over for one more beer at his place and promises to be a gentleman. Suddenly, Sharon jumps him and Drew is thrilled at the prospect of starting a relationship with her again. But when Drew tries to make a follow-up date with her, Sharon tells him she's only interested in sex.

Season 4, Episode 24: Good Vibrations

5 May 1999
Drew is chosen to give a speech at a convention in Chicago. An annual practical joke war starts between the gang and Drew is humiliated when airport security finds a vibrator in his suitcase. The representatives at the convention tease and poke fun at Drew for it throughout his speech and refuse to take him seriously. Drew is certain Mimi tampered with his suitcase and vows to get her fired. Little does he know, Sharon is actually the one who planted the vibrator so she could be a part of the prank war.

Season 4, Episode 25: Do the Hustle

12 May 1999
Steve and Sharon suggest going on a double date to put a stop to Drew and Mimi's constant bickering. The date ends up a disaster when Drew and Mimi refuse to stop insulting each other during dinner. Drew and Mimi are left to call for a cab at a bowling alley when Steve and Sharon leave them to fight amongst themselves. Drew and Mimi end up bowling against a couple cocky doctors and easily hustle them for four hundred dollars. The sworn enemies agree to meet at the bowling alley nightly to continue their scam.

Season 4, Episode 26: Up on the Roof

19 May 1999
Oswald's mom moves back to Cleveland and decides to open a beauty salon. She hires Sharon to repair the salon roof upon Drew's suggestion despite Sharon's inexperience with roofing. After the roofs blows off during a storm, Mrs. Harvey demands Sharon re-do the roof even though Sharon claims she isn't responsible for the accident. Lewis and Oswald get into an argument when Lewis sides with Sharon which leads to Lewis moving out.

Season 4, Episode 27: Brotherhood of Man

26 May 1999
Mr. Van Zandt, the head of a Dutch ownership group, announces that all employees are receiving a month-long vacation while the store is remodeled. However, Drew still has to work which ruins his weekend plans with Sharon. He plans a secret picnic in the store but the date goes sour when Drew and Sharon overhear Mr. Van Zandt say he plans to fire all the employees and flatten the store into a parking lot. Drew confronts Van Zandt, who offers Drew another job in Toledo in exchange for his silence. Instead of backing down, Drew decides to use unconventional means to convince Van Zandt to save the store.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Y2K, You're Okay

22 September 1999

Season 5, Episode 2: Drew Goes to the Browns' Game

29 September 1999


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey

Gregory Sporleder ... Wally
Monty Hoffman ... Naked Painted Guy

Jenica Bergere ... Sharon Bridges
David Hansen ... Single ticket buyer
Chris Palmer ... Coach Palmer
Daryl A. Pasek ... Nacho Vender
Andy Schofield ... Cleveland Browns Fan (uncredited)
Lloyd Weema ... Browns Fan (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 3: Drew and the Gang Law

6 October 1999

Season 5, Episode 4: Drew's Reunion

13 October 1999


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Bo Derek ... Bo Derek

Stephen Lee ... Donald

Anna Gunn ... Kelly Walker

Missi Pyle ... Stacey
Stan Cahill ... Patrick Wells
James Thomas Bailey ... Barbershop Quartet Singer #1
Michael Pollock ... Barbershop Quartet Singer #2

Joe Whyte ... Barbershop Quartet Singer #3

Season 5, Episode 5: Drew's Physical

20 October 1999
Drew worries about passing the physical at work; Doreen still wishes to be like Mimi.

Season 5, Episode 6: Drew Tries to Kill Mimi

27 October 1999


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey (also archive footage)

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck (also archive footage)

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey
Tom Towles ... Detective Streible

Tony Plana ... Andrew Rodriguez

Shashawnee Hall ... Detective Patterson
Gregg France ... The Janitor
Bob Casper ... Reporter (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 7: Red, White and Drew

3 November 1999

Season 5, Episode 8: Drew Live

10 November 1999

Season 5, Episode 9: Drew Cam

17 November 1999

Season 5, Episode 10: Drew's Stomachache

24 November 1999

Season 5, Episode 11: Steve and Mimi Get Married

1 December 1999

Season 5, Episode 12: Drew and Kate's First Date

15 December 1999

Season 5, Episode 13: Drew and the Racial Tension Play

5 January 2000

Season 5, Episode 14: Kate Works for Drew

12 January 2000

Season 5, Episode 15: Mimi Moves In

2 February 2000

Season 5, Episode 16: Do Drew and Kate Have Sex?

9 February 2000

Season 5, Episode 17: I Dishonestly Love You

16 February 2000

Season 5, Episode 18: Drew Goes to Hell

23 February 2000

Season 5, Episode 19: What's Wrong with This Episode III

1 March 2000

Season 5, Episode 20: The Gang Stops Drinking

22 March 2000

Season 5, Episode 21: Oswald's Son

29 March 2000

Season 5, Episode 22: Mr. Wick Returns

12 April 2000

Season 5, Episode 23: Kate vs. Speedy

26 April 2000

Season 5, Episode 24: Beer Ball

3 May 2000

Season 5, Episode 25: Drew and Kate Boink

10 May 2000


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey

Robert Torti ... Jay Clemens

Richard Narita ... Mr. Kamahela
Beau Baxter ... Michael
Aurorah Allain ... Dancer #1

Palmer Davis ... Dancer #2 (as W. Palmer Davis)
Tim Albrecht ... Dancer #3 (as Timothy Albrecht)
Mark Esposito ... Dancer #4
André Carthen ... Dancer #5
Lorraine Fields ... Dancer #6
Melanie A. Gage ... Dancer #7 (as Melanie Gage)
Glean Lewis ... Dancer #8
Denise Holland ... Dancer #9
Michele Lynch ... Dancer #10
Troy Britton Johnson ... Dancer #11
Hannah Meadows ... Dancer #12
Richard Kim ... Dancer #13

Tara Nicole Hughes ... Dancer #14 (as Tara Nichole)
Paul Michael Thorpe ... Dancer #15 (as Paul Thorpe)
Jim Osorino ... Dancer #16
Sergio Trujillo ... Dancer #17
Danielle Nicole Parish ... Dancer #18 (as Danielle Parish)

Matt Zarley ... Dancer #19

Leslie Stevens ... Dancer #20

Season 5, Episode 26: A Very Special Drew

17 May 2000

Jack Esformes ... Surgeon

Griffin Frazen ... Sam

John Ingle ... Father Seymour

Nick Jameson ... Doctor Roberts

Jeff LaPensee ... Announcer (V.O.)
Hayden Tank ... Matt

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Drew Pops Something on Kate

4 October 2000

Robert Arce ... Wilson
Julie Costello ... Twin #2
Shawnie Costello ... Twin #1

Kim Delgado ... Anderson

Donnie Eichar ... Jared

Alice Frank ... Cheerleader
Tim O'Rourke ... Tim

Brendan Walsh ... Kid

Charlie Weber ... Brad
Barry Hirschberg ... Special Guest (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Be Drew to Your School

18 October 2000


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Sean Masterson ... Bob
Carolyn DeMirjian ... Edna

Lauri Johnson ... Gladys

Ivan Allen ... Nick
Jocelyne Kelly ... Nurse Anderson / Kelly Jocelyne

Shannon Woodward ... Girl in Cafeteria

Ben Ziff ... Basketball Player

Steve Howey ... Student
Tac Fitzgerald ... Football Player
Nicki Sixteen ... Part of Mimi's Crew from Rival School Sacred Heart (uncredited)

Deborah Theaker ... Susan (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 3: Drew's Inheritance

25 October 2000

Season 6, Episode 4: Mimi's a Partner

1 November 2000

Season 6, Episode 5: Drew Live II

8 November 2000


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey / Diedrich Bader

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien / Christa Miller

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski / Ryan Stiles

Wayne Brady ... Wayne Brady

Charles Esten ... Chip

Kathryn Greenwood ... Kathryn
Laura Hall ... Laura Hall

Colin Mochrie ... Eugene

Greg Proops ... Greg

Brad Sherwood ... Brad

Jay Leno ... Lewis' Boss

Reggie Currelley ... Bartender

Elea Oberon ... Cashier (as Elea Bartling)

Carmen Electra ... Herself (uncredited)

Heather Locklear ... Heather Locklear (uncredited)

Charlie Sheen ... Charlie Sheen (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: The Pregnancy Scare

15 November 2000

Season 6, Episode 7: Drew and the Trail Scouts

22 November 2000

Season 6, Episode 8: Drew and Kate Become Friends

29 November 2000

Season 6, Episode 9: Drew Can't Carey a Tune

6 December 2000

Season 6, Episode 10: Buzzie Wuzzie Liked His Beer

13 December 2000

Season 6, Episode 11: Fetal Attraction

20 December 2000

Season 6, Episode 12: The Warsaw Closes

10 January 2001

Season 6, Episode 13: Oswald's Dad Returns

17 January 2001

Season 6, Episode 14: All Work and No Play

24 January 2001
When Drew and Mr Wick's domestic relationship sours, Drew ejects him from the house, causing Mr Wick to become more tyrannical at work.

Season 6, Episode 15: Drew's in a Coma

7 February 2001

Season 6, Episode 16: Drew and the Baby

14 February 2001


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey / Baby Bobeck Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

David Purdham ... Doctor #1

Denise Dowse ... Doctor #2

Jon Polito ... The Baby (voice)
Bob Van Dusen ... Cloud Guy #1
Orlando Ashley ... Cloud Guy #2
Andi O'Reilly ... Nurse (as Andi Masterson)

Tai Urban ... Baby in Cloud

Season 6, Episode 17: Hush Little Baby

21 February 2001

Season 6, Episode 18: Drew's Life After Death

28 February 2001


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Derek Anthony ... Counselor

Megan Gray ... Young Woman

Brad Blumenthal ... Junkie (as Brad Parker)

Lucia Sullivan ... Waitress

Lindsay Hollister ... Office Woman
Kate Gladfelter ... Woman #1

Zoe Yeoman ... Woman #2

Michael Francis Clarke ... Man

Chris Bonno ... Young Man

Stan Sellers ... Middle-Aged Guy
Harold Rhosen ... Dancing Drew Look-alike (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 19: Drew and the Motorcycle

14 March 2001

Season 6, Episode 20: Kate and Her New Boyfriend

21 March 2001

Season 6, Episode 21: What's Wrong with This Episode IV

28 March 2001


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

John Travolta ... Vinnie Barbarino (credit only)
Mike Wakefield ... Father Mike Wakefield
David M. Baron ... Rabbi David Baron (as Rabbi David Baron)
Kapp Johnson ... Reverend Kapp Johnson (as Reverend Kapp Johnson)

Gary Coleman ... Drew's Double

Kim Fields ... Kate's Double

Meshach Taylor ... Oswald's Double

Thea Vidale ... Mimi's Double

Jimmie Walker ... Lewis' Double (as Jimmy Walker)

Robert Torti ... Nick
Gabriel Köerner ... Frank

David Nathan Schwartz ... Chet
Ann Randolph ... Hee Haw Girl

Season 6, Episode 22: The Easter Show

11 April 2001

Season 6, Episode 23: Christening

2 May 2001

Season 6, Episode 24: Drew and the Activist: Part 1

9 May 2001

Season 6, Episode 25: Drew and the Activist: Part 2

16 May 2001

Season 6, Episode 26: Bananas: Part 1

23 May 2001

Season 6, Episode 27: Bananas: Part 2

23 May 2001


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Harry Groener ... Dr. Hershlag

Bob Bouchard ... Quintin

Jim Zulevic ... Earl

Benton Jennings ... Bill

Ron Geren ... Kirby

Clarinda Ross ... Administrator
David Ruprecht ... Inmate
Mary Gillis ... Nurse Baylin

Chris Edgerly ... Video Store Clerk (voice) (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Jimmy Palumbo ... Dennis (unconfirmed) (uncredited)
Tom Pardoe ... Henderson (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Drew Carey's Back-to-School Rock 'n' Roll Comedy Hour: Part 1

26 September 2001


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Jenny McCarthy ... Jenny McCarthy / Various

Amanda Bynes ... Various
Adeline Allen ... Six-Year-Old Kate

Roz Witt ... Fifty-Year-Old Kate

Helen Slayton-Hughes ... Eighty-Year-Old Kate
Nikki Wickers ... Little Girl
Chad Cromwell ... Himself (credit only)
Bob Mayo ... Himself (credit only)
John Regan ... Himself (credit only)
SHeDAISY ... SHeDAISY
Sugar Ray ... Sugar Ray (credit only)
Smash Mouth ... Smash Mouth
Uncle Kracker ... Himself (credit only)
Greg Camp ... Smash Mouth Guitarist (uncredited)

Candice Cook ... Warsaw Bar Patron (uncredited)

Steve Harwell ... Smash Mouth Singer (uncredited)
Scott Holst ... Bobby the Baby Sitting Bear (voice) (uncredited)

Richard Molinare ... Guy (uncredited)
Kassidy Osborn ... Kassidy Osborn (uncredited)
Kelsi Osborn ... Kelsi Osborn (uncredited)
Kristyn Osborn ... Kristyn Osborn (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Drew Carey's Back-to-School Rock 'n' Roll Comedy Hour: Part 2

26 September 2001


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey / Various

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey / Various

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien / Various

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick / Various

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski / Various

Jenny McCarthy ... Jenny McCarthy / Various

Amanda Bynes ... Various
Adeline Allen ... Six-Year-Old Kate (credit only)

Roz Witt ... Fifty-Year-Old Kate (credit only)

Helen Slayton-Hughes ... Eighty-Year-Old Kate (credit only)
Nikki Vickers ... Little Girl (credit only)

Peter Frampton ... Peter Frampton
Chad Cromwell ... The Peter Frampton Band Drummer
Bob Mayo ... The Peter Frampton Band Guitarist
John Regan ... The Peter Frampton Band Basist
SHeDAISY ... Themselves (credit only)
Sugar Ray ... Sugar Ray
Smash Mouth ... Themselves (credit only)
Uncle Kracker ... Uncle Kracker
Charles Stan Frazier ... Sugar Ray Drummer (uncredited)
Matthew Murphy Karges ... Sugar Ray Basist (uncredited)

Mark McGrath ... Sugar Ray Singer / Guitarist (uncredited)
Rodney Sheppard ... Sugar Ray Guitarist (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: Drew Gets Out of the Nuthouse

3 October 2001


Drew Carey ... Drew Carey (also archive footage)

Diedrich Bader ... Oswald Lee Harvey

Christa Miller ... Kate O'Brien

Kathy Kinney ... Mimi Bobeck Carey

Craig Ferguson ... Nigel Wick

John Carroll Lynch ... Steve Carey

Ryan Stiles ... Lewis Kiniski

Kate Walsh ... Nicki Fifer (also archive footage)
Dawnn Alane ... Waitress
David Doty ... Minister
Bette Rae ... Mrs Johnson

Jeff Michalski ... Policeman

Mike Grief ... Pirate
Amy Allen ... Dancer #1

Stella Angelova ... Dancer #2
Rita Bland ... Dancer #3
Anwar Burton ... Dancer #4 (as Anwar 'Flii Stylz' Burton)

Karen Blake Challman ... Dancer #5
Madilyn Clark ... Dancer #6

Kevin Federline ... Dancer #7 (as Kevin Ferderline)

Sharon Ferguson ... Dancer #8
Omar Gudino ... Dancer #9

Elisa Nixon ... Dancer #10 (as Elisa Jacobs)

Marissa Labog ... Dancer #11
Teresa Lebron ... Dancer #12
Devron Minion ... Dancer #13
Dean Pagtakhan ... Dancer #14 (as Dean 'Dino' Pagtakhan)
Tomasina Parrott ... Dancer #15 (as Tomasina 'Geneva' Parrott)
Regan Patno ... Dancer #16
Renda Pettis ... Dancer #17

Bubba Dean Rambo ... Dancer #18

Allen Walls ... Dancer #19
Dee Dee Weathers ... Dancer #20
Darrel W. Wright ... Dancer #21 (as Darrel Wright)

Season 7, Episode 4: Married to a Mob

10 October 2001

Season 7, Episode 5: When Wives Collide

17 October 2001

Season 7, Episode 6: Bus-ted

24 October 2001

Season 7, Episode 7: It's Halloween, Dummy

31 October 2001

Season 7, Episode 8: How Beulah Gets Her Groove Back

7 November 2001