The King of Queens (1998–2007)
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When Carrie's father Arthur burns his house down, she and Doug let him stay in their house. If Arthur wants to live in their house, Doug has to give up his downstairs paradise. Carrie's sister Sarah also moves in with them.

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When Carrie's father Arthur burns his house down, she and Doug let him stay in their house. If Arthur wants to live in their house, Doug has to give up his downstairs paradise. Carrie's sister Sarah also moves in with them.

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21 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Doug's friends were originally supposed to be a one time appearance. See more »

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When Doug is eating in the kitchen after he shaved himself, his face is full of patches to cover cuts from shaving. In the next scene, when he is driving his truck, his face is perfect with no cuts. See more »

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Doug Heffernan: [to Sarah] And no more soapy shower silhouettes getting me all hot when I'm trying to shave.
[Carrie glares]
Doug Heffernan: You got that, Arthur?
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It's a clean and nice beginning to the show.
29 September 2012 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

The characters, their lives and current situation (family, relationship, job, etc.) are properly introduced in a nice way. The intonations of each character are really effective in delivering those jokes and other funny stuff.

Even though, Kevin James and Leah Remini just started with this show along with Jerry Stiller, they put up a really great and stress-relieving start to the series.

The development of significant events makes the entire series interesting to watch. The jokes and gags are really getting there; it's as if it makes the sitcom feel you and really entertain you.


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