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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 buys a motorcycle after he takes a ride on Richie's new "hog." That seriously annoys Carrie and gives her an idea.
Doug encourages Carrie to make new friends but then he becomes jealous when she starts spending a lot of time with their new neighbor
Doug accidentally shoots himself in a rather sensitive area with a staple gun. Meanwhile, Carrie tries to secure a loan to turn a room in their house into an office.
Doug and Carrie agree to become godparents to Deacon and Kelly's newborn, but then change their minds. Meanwhile, Arthur is put in charge of the pretzel store where he works.
When Carrie accidentally leaves the garage door open, someone steals Doug's large-screen TV---and he thinks she did it on purpose.
Doug receives four tickets to a Mets game when he is named driver of the month. Unfortunately, he's forced to take Arthur with him, which leads to some frantic on- and off-the-field antics by Doug.
The Heffernans invite Deacon and Kelly along as they celebrate their anniversary at a romantic inn, but things quickly turn sour when Doug starts feeling inferior to his friend's prodigious lovemaking echoing from the next room.
A dinner with Ray and Debra Barone goes awry when Doug gets stuck in an opening to the attic and Debra learns that Ray insulted her.
Doug thinks he's hot stuff after an attractive waitress asks about his "situation," but Carrie is not amused.
Doug tries to prevent a friend of Carrie's and her humorless husband from spending the long Thanksgiving weekend with them by persuading Spencer to temporarily move in with him and Carrie.
Doug's bowling team's sponsor threatens to withdraw his support if the team doesn't start winning more games. Unfortunately, Carrie is the weak link and Doug is the captain who has to improve her game or fire her from the team.
When Doug receives a hefty Christmas bonus, Carrie wants them to invest it all in Internet stocks, but Doug isn't sure it's a good idea. Meanwhile, Arthur is determined to have more elaborate Christmas decorations than their neighbors.
When Carrie learns that Doug's cousin Danny doesn't have a best man for his wedding, she volunteers Doug---much to Doug's dismay.
Doug hosts a reunion of his high-school football team and is devastated when the coach credits another player for a key block he made in the championship game.
Carrie regrets letting Arthur sleep in her upstairs office to escape the cold basement when it becomes obvious he intends to stay there permanently.
Doug is shocked as he spies Carrie cheating during a board game with some friends, but he doesn't know how to confront her.
Doug and Carrie recall how they first met when he was a bouncer at a club and she was Richie's date. Donny Osmond appears as himself in a cameo.
Doug and Carrie go out with a new couple and take an instant liking to them---unfortunately, so do Deacon and Kelly, who steal them away.
Carrie throws a surprise birthday party for Arthur and invites two of his oldest friends, who can't stop bickering.
Doug lies to Carrie that he has to make a late delivery so he can accompany Deacon to Atlantic City and gamble, instead of going with her to see a Broadway show.
Doug decides to become a big brother to a fatherless kid, after he learns that Deacon is one; Carrie accidentally tells a coworker, also named Doug, that she loves him.
Doug proves to be a soft touch when his pushy neighbor persuades him to buy into his water-filter business.
Doug's enthusiasm over a hot, new restaurant is quickly deflated after Carrie makes an ugly scene at the restaurant and bans Doug from ever eating there again.
Carrie gets jealous when a coworker receives flowers and she accuses Doug of not being romantic anymore; Arthur is picked for jury duty.
Carrie and Doug lock horns over how and where to spend their vacation. She wants to fly to Paris, while he wants to drive out West in a deluxe RV called "the Roadbird Freedom 5000."
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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