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Season 2

20 Sep. 1999
Queasy Rider
Doug wants to buy his own motorcycle after riding Richie's. Carrie finds out, and won't let Doug get one. He eventually gets one anyway without approval from Carrie. When Carrie finds out, she takes up one of her old hobbies of smoking. Doug then has to choose what he loves more: His bike or his wife.
 
27 Sep. 1999
Female Problems
Carrie is sad because she has no friends to spend time with, so Doug decides to get in touch with the woman which just moved to queens. Carrie spends a lot of time with her new friend and cares less about Doug, which he dislikes.
 
4 Oct. 1999
Assaulted Nuts
Doug is messing around at work with a stapler gun and accidentally gets shot in an unlikely place.
 
11 Oct. 1999
Parent Trapped
Deacon and Kelly ask Doug and Carrie if they would be godparents of their two children, but Doug and Carrie are not sure if they're right for the job.
 
18 Oct. 1999
Tube Steaks
Doug gets very upset with Carrie after he sees that his big screen TV is stolen after Carrie left the garage door open.
 
25 Oct. 1999
Doug Out
Doug has to pick Arthur up from his job, because Carrie is working late. On the way home, Arthur talks, and talks, and talks. When Carrie gets home, Doug calls her father a "Demented Old Circus Monkey". However, Carrie went out of the house to get a beer. Arthur heard what Doug said about him, and does not talk to him. The only way Doug can fix this mess, is to take Arthur to a New York Mets baseball game.
 
1 Nov. 1999
Get Away
When Doug and Carrie go on vacation to celebrate their anniversary, they decide to take their friends Deacon and Kelly which turns out to be a big mistake.
 
8 Nov. 1999
Dire Strayts
It's double the havoc when Ray and Debra Barone (Everybody Loves Raymond) come and visit Doug and Carrie.
 
15 Nov. 1999
I, Candy
Doug's ego gets busted when he gets checked out by a waitress.
 
22 Nov. 1999
Roamin' Holiday
Doug doesn't want friends of Carrie to stay for the Thanksgiving weekend and convinces Spence he should get a place of his own and that he can stay with Doug and Carrie until he has found one.
 
29 Nov. 1999
Sparing Carrie
Doug, Carrie, Deacon, Spence, and Richie all are on Cooper's bowling team. Their team is mediocre. The new manager of Coopers (Robert Klein) tells Doug that he will drop the team unless they start to win some games. Doug knows that Carrie, the team's worst player, must be dropped in order to win. Now Doug has to decide what is more important: His wife or the game.
 
13 Dec. 1999
Net Prophets
The Christmas season is upon Doug and Carrie and they decide they should invest in stock, but they soon feel the joys and stresses of it. Arthur wants to decorate the house with more Christmas items.
 
10 Jan. 2000
Party Favor
Doug's cousin Danny is getting married but Danny does not have a best man. Carrie volunteers Doug as the best man. So now Doug is on the hook and worries about giving the speech and has to set up a bachelor party. Sadly Danny doesn't have too many friends so the party has many empty seats, and to top it off the stripper isn't 100% either!
 
17 Jan. 2000
Block Buster
Doug invites his old high school championship football team to his house to have a party. Doug tells Carrie that he got a huge block to set up the winning touchdown. While talking to a reporter about how they won the game, the team remembers Doug's teammate Tom Busterman, who is confined to a wheelchair, making the block. Doug gets the game tapes from the attic, and has the team watch the play. Doug was given Busterman's jersey by mistake that game, and that's why they got the players mixed up. Doug was the real hero.
 
24 Jan. 2000
Frozen Pop
Because it's very cold, Arthur gets to sleep in Carrie's office, which is right across Doug and Carrie's bedroom. Doug doesn't like this and can't wait for some warmth so Arthur can get back to his basement.
 
7 Feb. 2000
Fair Game
At a board game evening Doug finds out Carrie cheats. Carrie doesn't come clean about this to Doug which makes Doug a bit edgy, especially since there's another board game evening planned.
 
14 Feb. 2000
Meet By-Product
Its Valentines day and Doug and Carrie reminisce about the first time when they met and how it really wasn't love at first sight.
 
21 Feb. 2000
The Shmenkmans
Doug and Carrie make new friends and are afraid if their other friends, Deacon and Kelly are moving in on them. Arthur gets a shipment of his old favorite, salty cereal.
 
28 Feb. 2000
Surprise Artie
Arthur's 75th birthday is coming up and Doug and Carrie decide to throw him a surprise party, but their in for a rude awakening when two of the invited guests are at each others throats and they can't find Arthur!
 
6 Mar. 2000
Wild Cards
Though he has promised Carrie to go to the theater, Doug goes to Atlantic City with Deacon to gamble.
 
17 Apr. 2000
Big Dougie
Carrie accidentally tells the wrong Doug she loves him. Doug volunteers to be a Big Brother.
 
1 May 2000
Soft Touch
Doug and Carrie have dinner with their annoying neighbors and Doug gets involved in a pyramid scheme when Tim starts convincing him on how much of a great idea it is.
 
8 May 2000
Restaurant Row
Doug and Carrie go to a new Italian restaurant where Carrie gets a wrong order and causes chaos there. Doug gets very upset because he loved the food and he wanted that place to be his and Carrie's new restaurant. Carrie bans Doug from there, so Doug has to start sneaking behind her back to eat there.
 
15 May 2000
Flower Power
When a colleague has gotten flowers (which she initially thought were for her), Carrie is disappointed and Doug tries to show his romantic side. Meanwhile, Arthur has jury duty.
 
22 May 2000
Whine Country
Doug sees someone driving an R.V. and decides he wants to buy one for himself and Carrie's vacation, however Carrie is planning a trip to Paris for their vacation. So in deciding where to go, they flip a coin.
 

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