The King of Queens: Season 8, Episode 18

Sold-Y Locks (20 Mar. 2006)

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While they're having dinner at a restaurant a man who's in wigs tells Doug Carrie's hair is worth $3,000 dollars.



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Robert Goulet
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Doug and Carrie are having dinner at a restaurant and a man keeps looking at her. Doug goes over to him and he tells Doug Carrie's hair is worth 3,000 dollar on the wig market. Doug and Carrie decide to get her hair cut so they can go on a cruise with Deacon and Kelly. However, Carrie's new haircut isn't what Doug had hoped for. Meanwhile Arthur thinks he might not be Carrie's father and decides to investigate this. Written by Marco van Hoof <>

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Arthur Spooner: Why are you late?
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Written by Ronald Miller and Orlando Murden
Performed by Robert Goulet
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