The King of Queens: Season 6, Episode 6

Affidavit Justice (29 Oct. 2003)

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When Carrie drags Doug to her business picnic, Doug plays baseball with Carrie's fellow co-workers and Carrie's boss notices his great play out in the field. So he asks Doug to pretend to ... See full summary »

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When Carrie drags Doug to her business picnic, Doug plays baseball with Carrie's fellow co-workers and Carrie's boss notices his great play out in the field. So he asks Doug to pretend to be a lawyer so he can play on their real team, which gets Carrie nervous. Arthur begins to feel uneasy around Deacon when he finds out that his ancestors had slaves. Written by Anonymous

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In the scene where Doug is having martinis with two lawyers, the lawyer to Doug's right you will see behind him is the actor Edward Herrmann. The the actress Cynthia Nixon is at a table directly behind Doug's head. See more »

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Spoofs L.A. Law (1986) See more »

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