The King of Queens: Season 6, Episode 9

Thanks, Man (26 Nov. 2003)

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At Thanksgiving, a shabby looking man asks Doug if he can use their telephone to call a friend because his car broke down. Carrie doesn't trust the man.

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It's Thanksgiving and a mysterious man knocks on Doug and Carrie's door because his car had broken down and he needed to call someone. Carrie begins to freak out at Doug for letting a stranger in their house so after he calls a friend, Carrie told the man to wait outside, but his friend who is picking him up is four hours away so when all of Doug's and Carries guests come, they begin to feel awkward about the man waiting alone outside in the cold, by himself. Written by Anonymous

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This is the first episode in which Desmond Roberts plays Major Palmer. His older brother Damani Roberts previously played Major. See more »

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Spence cites examples of fictional villains who wore an eye patch, and mentions Capt. Hook, who never wore an eye patch. See more »

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