The King of Queens: Season 9, Episode 12

China Syndrome, Parts 1 and 2 (14 May 2007)

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Carrie discovers that their Chinese baby is ready for adoption, but Doug wants to end the marriage because she didn't give up her apartment in Manhattan. Meanwhile, Arthur is forced to find a replacement bride for his wedding.

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Carrie discovers that their Chinese baby is ready for adoption, but Doug wants to end the marriage because she didn't give up her apartment in Manhattan. Meanwhile, Arthur is forced to find a replacement bride for his wedding.

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In the alley, Doug picks up the bottle of wine and holds it loosely with his hand resting on his knee. In the next shot, the bottle is resting on his knee. See more »

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An excellent finale to a wonderful TV show
24 February 2012 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

Through the years i had watched many American sitcoms.Many of them still today i watch them when they are on television.I would admit that when i first saw king of queens i wouldn't expect to like it.The first episode was in the first season the supermarket story an episode about the thanksgiving.But watching other episodes i began to like it.And like many American TV shows they have this magic recipe to captivate the viewer and without notice it to become fans.The China syndrome episode is brilliant although you have to watch the previous 2 episodes to follow the plot of the story.I am happy they decided not to divorce Carrie and Doug and i am more happy that they end the show with the very first scene of king of queens and the line ''Thanks for the ride''.Well i would like to thank the creators and the actors for their ride.In my opinion there are going to pass a few years to see a comedy like this.


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