The King of Queens (1998–2007)
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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, ... See full summary »

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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. Written by laffalott1

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20 September 1999 (USA)  »

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The House in the intro song on the is different the show house. The door is way left and there is three windows on the left. There set up in the living room is door center windows on both sides. No porch on the intro but they have a brick porch in the show. See more »

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Depending on who bought it, the bike's selling price is $800-$1200. Those prices are much too low for this kind of bike, then or now. See more »

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Doug Heffernan: So you're gonna get cancer to prove a point?
Carrie Heffernan: Sure! I'll be in an iron lung, you'll be in a wheelchair. Hey, you know what, maybe we can chip in and get a helper monkey!
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