Next Episode of The King of Queens is
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Set in the working-class suburb of Queens, New York, the show follows Doug Heffernan, an amiable deliveryman, and his wife, spitfire secretary Carrie Heffernan, as they explore the everyday challenges of love, life, family and marriage.
Doug and Carrie Heffernan play a couple whose castle is invaded by Doug's father-in-law, who comes to live with them.
After seeing photos of Carrie's stout mother, Doug worries that Carrie will gain weight as well, and tricks her into starting a diet.
Doug is afraid he'll lose Carrie when her boss drives her home in his Jaguar and gives her tickets to see a famous cellist.
Doug learns a secret about Richie's wife (Michele Maika) after a disastrous dinner party.
Doug is uneasy when Arthur starts dating Doug's aunt (Brenda Vaccaro), especially when the relationship becomes intimate---in his basement.
When Doug takes Carrie's dad (Jerry Stiller) out for the night, Carrie shows her appreciation in a very amorous way, which leads Doug to spend more time with
Carrie has her engagement ring cleaned and learns that it's valuable, and the jeweler offers to buy it for $12,000.
Doug joins Carrie at a course on the Victorian novel, but can't get past the second page of "Jane Eyre."
Doug helps a sportswriter cheat on the driver's exam.
Carrie, Doug and Arthur languish at a crowded market on the day before Thanksgiving, while Arthur shames Carrie into planning a huge feast.
For Christmas, Arthur surprises Doug and Carrie with a new car---an appalling compact made in Luxembourg.
Carrie fixes up Spence with a coworker, and everything is going fine until Doug offers Spence some advice on the relationship.
Doug fumes when he learns, before attending the wedding of a guy Carrie grew up with, that Carrie and the groom had sex once.
Doug can't seem to confront his new neighbors when their dog keeps Doug and Carrie awake all night.
Doug lies and tells Carrie that he's made big plans for her 30th birthday---and he then scrambles to make the arrangements at the last minute.
Arthur hits it off with a woman at a Valentine's Day dance for seniors.
When a cop who gave Carrie a traffic ticket asks her out on a date, Doug talks her into going out with him until their court date.
When the shift supervisor leaves for heart surgery, Doug is selected for the position, but despite the promotion, he hates the job. On top of that, Deacon feels he was overlooked because he's black.
A Government holiday is anything but for Carrie, who spends it cleaning her kitchen, and for Doug, who spends it golfing---or trying to---with pal Ray Barone.
Doug is distraught by Carrie's indifference when she learns that his new trainee is a beautiful woman, so he tries to make her think something's going on.
Carrie asks Doug to join her at a dinner party for a Japanese client. But when he arrives ravenous after not eating all day, he discovers there's no dinner and tries to eat whatever he can find.
Carrie scolds Doug for inviting their pesky neighbors over---until she learns they want to offer their time-share in the Hamptons.
Doug and Carrie try desperately to ship Arthur off to friends for the weekend so they can enjoy some intimate time together, but no one's eager to take him.
Doug is ecstatic when Arthur moves out of the basement and gets his own apartment following an argument between the two men. But Carrie is saddened by her father's move and wants Doug to ask him to return.
Doug and Carrie feel pressure to have a baby after learning that a friend is pregnant. Meanwhile, Arthur recalls when Carrie was born.
Patton Oswalt(Spencer 'Spence' Olchin)
Lisa Rieffel(Sara Spooner)
Nicole Sullivan(Holly Shumpert)
Victor Williams(Deacon Palmer)
Jerry Stiller(Arthur Spooner)
Kevin James(Douglas 'Doug' Steven Heffernan)
Gary Valentine(Danny Heffernan)
Leah Remini(Carrie Heffernan)
Larry Romano(Richie Ianucci)
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