The King of Queens (1998–2007)
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China Syndrome, Parts 1 and 2 

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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Arthur, played by Jerry Stiller, married Spence's mom played by Anne Meara. In real life, the two are married. See more »

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When Ava tells Carrie that from now on she will only marry gay man, you can see that it is shot in a studio since behind Carrie we can see where the wall ends and the other room behind it can be seen. See more »

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Sums up my opinion of the entire series :) then :(
27 March 2017 | by (Virginia) – See all my reviews

CONTAINS SPOILERS... This finale was the culmination of feelings towards this entire series. Some things I really, really enjoyed while others were So ridiculous and ultimately not funny! The good: the scene with the Rabbi in the car and the direction the wedding took. The bad: literally Everything else. 1)Doug was really hard to root for while he was acting like a liquored up baby regarding Carrie and the apartment 2) them wanting to have a baby, it literally just took them holding a baby to realize they wanted one, after not wanting one for 9 years?? 3) why did they randomly decide to adopt a Chinese baby? Why was it sooo easy for them to adopt said baby? Were the writers not aware how difficult Chinese adoptions are, ESPECIALLY for foreigners? There are tons of children in the U.S. that need homes too. I just feel like the finale was a cliché of television finales. All in all, this show is something I've recently started watching because there's not much else on at midnight and 9 a.m. I'll never understand how Doug (who's selfish and lazy) and Carrie (who's overbearing and difficult to get along with) ever married one another but sometimes those differences worked but for me the majority of the series, they did not. I'd give the entire series a 6/10


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