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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 ... See full summary »

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Doug Heffernan
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Carrie Heffernan
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Spence Olchin
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Richie Iannucci
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Deacon Palmer
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Arthur Spooner
Sandy Marks ...
Refreshment Guy
Richie Minervini ...
Security Guard #1
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Drunk Guy
Barbara Savage ...
Waitress
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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. Written by laffalott1

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25 October 1999 (USA)  »

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When Doug & Arthur are supposedly stuck in traffic, there is a car behind them, a blue Hyundai, clearly displaying a newer California white & blue vanity plate. Further back to the upper-left of the screen, in another lane, there's burgundy red car clearly displaying an older blue & yellow California plate. To the right of the screen there's a new white Acura displaying a local dealership temporary plate. See more »

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