Doug Hefferman is The King of Queens, but his wife Carrie really rules the roost. Doug is the ultimate guy's guy, but he loves Carrie so much he's willing to sacrifice his tricked-out rec room (plus his 70-inch TV) so that her father Arthur can move in, a decision he's regretted ever since. Doug's free time is split between quality time with his wife and play time with his buds. A parade of crazy neighbors and oddball citizens of New York's middle-class borough help make this show the reigning comedy champ.
|Pilot Episode Commentary With Kevin James and Show Creator/Executive Producer Michael Weithorn|
Laughs Montage Featuring The Most Hysterical Moments From The First Season
The King is back! Funnier. Feistier. And more lovable than ever. Doug Heffernan returns as the delivery guy with the whole package. Along with Carrie and his tenacious father-in-law Arthur, Doug turns blue-collar humor into red-hot laughs. When he's not punching the clock, he's working overtime to be around everything he loves the most - his wife, his buddies and his big screen TV. No matter where trouble finds him, Doug faces it with a smile in his heart and a pastrami sub on his plate.
|Kevin James: A Day in the Life of an International Superstar|
Audio Commentary with Kevin James and Michael Wiethorn
It's good to be King! Kevin James continues to deliver the laughs as parcel deliveryman Doug Heffernan in the third hysterical season of The King Of Queens. In these 24 uproarious episodes, Doug, his loving wife Carrie and his royal pain of a father-in-law Arthur hold court over such regal issues as paintball parties, job strikes, expanding waistlines, cheating husbands and positive home-pregnancy tests.
It's the return of the comedy that delivers - The King Of Queens! In the funny fourth season, parcel deliveryman Doug Hefferman continues to juggle the intimate moments of marriage with his wife Carrie while sparring with that royal pain in the basement - Arthur, Doug's incessantly stubborn father-in-law.
This season, Doug and Carrie's Valentine's Day plans get sidetracked by a gang of penguins, a real dogfight occurs when Arthur is forced to make room for a new puppy, Doug deals with Super Bowl anxiety, and Carrie's habits land her in a shopping intervention.
Doug gets buff, Carrie gets a pink slip, and Arthur gets ping pong fever as the Heffernans keep on livin' large in The King Of Queens! This season, Doug squares off against his junior high school arch enemy while Carrie gets in touch with her inner "couch potato," and Arthur lives his dream of becoming a shuffleboard god.
Doug and Carrie Heffernan continue their winning streak of comedy. Doug fakes cardiac arrest at Carrie's work event to cover up his inability to remember her co-workers' names. Carrie scores box seats to a Mets game, only to have Doug strike out with her boss. When Doug's parents come to town, Arthur is more than happy to entertain Doug's bored Mom. Arthur settles a decades old vendetta against a game show, solves a crime of a missing wallet and learns the power of digital photo editing. Carrie faces turning 35, Doug faces the DMV, and they both face an intense timeshare sales weekend.
Doug Heffernan and his wife Carrie keep the laughs coming when they both try pole dancing, but with different results. Doug’s sudden interest in personal grooming causes Carrie to investigate. Arthur brings home a set of sheets from a motel along with thousands of bed bugs. Doug and Carrie find that a quaint bed and breakfast might be a little too rustic.
Doug and Carrie Heffernan are more hilarious than ever in wrapping up one of TV’s funniest sitcoms of all time. Doug decides to spend the Heffernans’ tax refund on an ice-cream truck while Arthur hires himself out to ride with solo drivers. Carrie becomes fed up with Doug’s new vegetarian lifestyle antics and when Doug’s 20th high school reunion turns out to be a dud, his high school best friend comes up with a retaliation scheme against their former principal.
Thanks To The Fans
200th Episode Celebration
The Writers of The King Of Queens
|Widescreen 1.78:1 Colour (Anamorphic) |
Standard 1.33:1 Colour
ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo [CC]
Total Running Time: 4394 minutes