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.

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Carrie decides Arthur can temporarily sleep upstairs in her office - which is across Doug and Carrie's bedroom - because it's too cold in the basement. Doug doesn't like this because he's afraid Arthur will stay in the room. Carrie convinces Doug he will leave when the weather gets better and when the weather finally gets balmy, Doug and Carrie are very curious as to what Arthur will do. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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24 January 2000 (USA)  »

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When Doug and Carrie wake up on on the "balmy" morning, the alarm clock news anchor says the radio station is "WCBS". CBS is the broadcasting company that first aired the show. See more »

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After Arthur turns the thermostat up to 90 degrees, Doug and Carrie both wake up in the morning and say that they're drenched with sweat. Although Doug's clothes have sweat marks, Carrie's clothes and the bedsheets are both dry. See more »

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