Season Cast 46

  1. Kevin James

    Kevin James

    Doug Heffernan (25 Episodes)

  2. Leah Remini
  3. Victor Williams
  4. Jerry Stiller
  5. Patton Oswalt
  6. Larry Romano
  7. Ricki Lake
  8. Sam McMurray
  9. Lou Ferrigno

    Lou Ferrigno

    Lou Ferrigno (3 Episodes)

  10. Ford Rainey

    Ford Rainey

    Mickey (2 Episodes)

  11. Jenny O'Hara
  12. Dom Irrera
  13. Florence Henderson

    Florence Henderson

    Lily (1 Episode)

  14. Bryan Cranston

    Bryan Cranston

    Tim (1 Episode)

  15. Jerry Ferrara

    Jerry Ferrara

    Joey (1 Episode)

  16. Scott Reeves
  17. Dick Enberg

    Himself (1 Episode)

  18. Craig Anton

    Mitch (1 Episode)

  19. Angelo Pagan

    Angelo Pagan

    Derek (1 Episode)

  20. Eric Roberts

    Eric Roberts

    Strohmeyer (1 Episode)

  21. Vanna White

    Herself (1 Episode)

  22. Dee Dee Rescher

    Dorothy (1 Episode)

  23. Nicole Sullivan

    Nicole Sullivan

    Marilyn (1 Episode)

  24. Paul Willson

    Paul Willson

    Sales Guy (1 Episode)

  25. Joseph C. Phillips

    Joseph C. Phillips

    Bill (1 Episode)

  26. Tom Amandes

    Tom Amandes

    Les Fisker (1 Episode)

  27. Peter James Smith

    Joe (1 Episode)

  28. Michael Fairman

    Michael Fairman

    Harold (1 Episode)

  29. Mookie Barker

    Driver (1 Episode)

  30. Patricia McBride

    Angie (1 Episode)

  31. Pat Sajak

    Pat Sajak

    Himself (1 Episode)

  32. James M. Connor

    James M. Connor

    Marty (1 Episode)

  33. Ali Afshar

    Ali Afshar

    Sanjib (1 Episode)

  34. Marie Caldare

    Francesca (1 Episode)

  35. Carol Ann Susi
  36. Reynaldo Gallegos
  37. Melissa Marsala

    Melissa Marsala

    Kira (1 Episode)

  38. Jennifer Tung
  39. Ariston Green

    Ariston Green

    Rohit (1 Episode)

  40. Nadia Dajani

    Nadia Dajani

    Lisa (1 Episode)

  41. Fred Stoller

    Fred Stoller

    Employee (1 Episode)

  42. Peter Bergman

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Season Crew 19

Directing

  1. Jeff Melman

    Director (1 Episode)

  2. James Widdoes

    James Widdoes

    Director (1 Episode)

  3. Henry Chan

    Director (1 Episode)

Production

Writing

  1. Ben Wexler

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  2. Josh Goldsmith

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  3. Dennis Regan

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  4. Chris Downey

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  5. Michael Soccio

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  6. Cathy Yuspa

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  7. Rock Reuben

    Rock Reuben

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  8. Nick Bakay

    Nick Bakay

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  9. David Litt

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  10. Gary Valentine

    Gary Valentine

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  11. Ilana Wernick

    Writer (25 Episodes)

  12. Tony Sheehan

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  13. Kevin James

    Kevin James

    Writer (2 Episodes)

Show

Episodes 25

1
8.0

Do Rico

October 2, 2000

Carrie is turned on by an imitation of Rico done by Doug; Arthur tries to chronicle his own life story.

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October 9, 2000

Carrie has Doug sign a congratulatory card for his boss' twenty years at the company and the whole thing blows up in Doug's face. Now, Fisker, the boss, wants Doug to participate in the banquet roast and Doug blames Carrie for this fiasco. He does rise to the occasion, however, and even manages to get some good laughs out of the audience. That is, until he starts to tell some jokes that hit a little too close to home.

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October 16, 2000

Doug vows to lose 30 pounds.

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October 23, 2000

Carrie decides to return to college, with very little time to get things done.

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8.0

Strike One

October 30, 2000

Doug feels the urge for a new car and against Carrie's advice buys it for himself only to find out moments later that the workers at the IPS company are going on strike. He unsuccessfully tries to return the car, forcing Carrie to work major overtime to compensate for his mistake.

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8.0

Strike Too

November 6, 2000

With no end to the IPS workers strike in sight, Doug tries substitute teaching at his sister Stephanie's school.

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9.0

Strike Out

November 13, 2000

Doug and Deacon, who are out of work because of a strike, resort to playing sophomoric pranks, along with Arthur, to keep from going stir crazy. But they're driving Carrie and Kelly nuts. Eventually, Doug and Deacon return to work leaving Arthur alone.

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8
4.3

Dark Meet

November 20, 2000

After a great Thanksgiving, Doug and Carrie tries to recall their first Thanksgiving together who said, "I Love You" first. They consult Arthur who quickly recalls some other Thanksgivings and finally recalls 1993 when he was having a fight with his new wife Lily. When Doug arrives to the house to meet Carrie's family, Carrie, ashamed of her family, runs off and leaves Doug to have a dinner with each parent one at a time. Even though he physically engraves and rebuffs the bowling balls, Arthur criticizes Doug's job at IPS to be replaced by a robot in the near future. When Carrie comes back, they both express their love for each other as Arthur proclaims that her relationship with Doug will not last.

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November 27, 2000

Doug and Carrie watch Deacon and Kelly's kids while they are out of town. When one of the kids sees them making love, they must keep him from telling his parents...

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10
8.0

Work Related

December 4, 2000

Arthur begins to work at Carrie's company; Doug and Deacon compete for the best practical joke.

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11
7.0

Better Camera

December 11, 2000

A battle of who got the cheaper gift begins; Lou Ferrigno moves next door.

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January 8, 2001

Doug and Carrie rush to a friend's wedding before the bride and groom realize they're not there; Meanwhile, Arthur plans a scheme involving Spence.

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7.0

Hi Def-Jam

January 29, 2001

Doug sets up his sister with Carrie's boss so that he can watch the Super Bowl on a high-definition TV.

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February 5, 2001

Doug becomes jealous when Carrie makes the mistake of telling him she finds Deacon attractive; The gang go paintballing to celebrate Deacon's birthday, which turns into a war of jealousy.

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15
7.0

Deacon Blues

February 12, 2001

Doug is surprised to find his married best friend, Deacon, out with another woman. Meanwhile, Carrie questions her relationship with Doug because of their different views on cheating.

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February 19, 2001

After Deacon and Kelly's separation, Carrie begins to wonder about her own marriage. She and Doug agree to put their sex lives on hold for a few weeks because Carrie feels that they should resolve arguments verbally, not always physically. Meanwhile, Arthur dates a woman who claims she was once Frank Sinatra's girlfriend.

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17
7.0

Inner Tube

February 26, 2001

Doug lies to Carrie about having to work late so he can play mud football and get out of going to her seminar. Now sick from his night of football in the rain, Doug starts watching TV and begins to drift off to sleep... Doug, finally full of guilt, goes to tell Carrie the truth of what happened and she doesn't react exactly the way he thought she would.

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18
9.0

Papa Pill

March 19, 2001

Doug feels sorry for Arthur and agrees to let him go to a cocktail lounge instead of to the weekly dance at a senior center. When Carrie finds out, she goes ballistic and turns her father's care over to Doug-a job he soon regrets taking on.

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7.0

Package Deal

April 9, 2001

Doug, feeling underappreciated at work, hears that drivers at FedEx are making twice what he makes. When he runs into a former co-worker now working for the big overnight service, he takes his friend's casual banter to mean that FedEx wants to hire him. Doug uses this information to play hardball with his supervisor and instead of getting a raise and a better delivery route, he gets fired. Meanwhile, after Lou Ferrigno asks Carrie to smear his body with tanning cream while his wife is on vacation, she gets addicted to the stuff and overuses the it on her face, dramatically darkening her skin.

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April 16, 2001

During the Palmer's separation, Doug and Carrie go to the movies with Kelly while Deacon takes the kids. While there, Carrie runs into a co-worker who seems interested in Kelly. The two end up going on a date, and when Deacon finds out he is ready to patch things up with her.

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April 30, 2001

Doug, Carrie and Arthur head out to the airport to visit with Doug's parents while they have a short layover at Kennedy Airport on their way to Montreal. While there, his parents ask him to sign their living will, making him the one responsible for pulling the plug. When his sister Stephanie gets wind of this, she is offended that she wasn't the one asked to be responsible.

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May 7, 2001

Doug and Carrie meet the neighbors after a hurricane destroys both of their backyards. Carrie breaks their hearts by telling the truth and rejects the idea of a combined backyard. So the neighbors retaliate by disrupting their privacy by making an aboveground pool in a small space. But as Carrie tries to mount a lawsuit, Doug can't deny the temptation and joins the other side. But before the pool goes down, Carrie takes a quick swim and later, Doug tries to enjoy the lawn sprinkler.

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8.0

S'no Job

May 14, 2001

Doug's Uncle Stu asks him to get his son, Danny, a job at IPS. Doug doesn't want him working there but he doesn't want to look bad to the family so he instructs his boss to interview him but not hire him. Eventually, Doug feels guilty and goes back to O'Boyle to ask him to reconsider Danny for the job. Meanwhile, Arthur fills out audience comment cards on a new movie.

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May 21, 2001

Carrie discovers that she is pregnant and she is panicked that the timing is all-wrong. Meanwhile, Deacon and Kelly begin to reconcile and Spence is left out in the cold and Arthur insists that Doug build him his own bathroom in the basement.

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May 28, 2001

Doug tells Carrie not to panic about having the baby, that he will take care of all her "burden," so he takes on a second job so that they can store a little extra money before the due date. Meanwhile, Arthur is annoyed that Doug still hasn't finished his bathroom and Deacon and Kelly reconcile.

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