The King Of Queens - The Complete Sixth Season

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Season six of The King of Queens begins by opening an old wound: namely, the argument between blue-collar couple Doug and Carrie Heffernan Kevin James, Leah Remini over Doug's weight problem. Ironically, Carrie is not upset because Doug is fat, but because he has shed several pounds -- and now is attracting the attention of various and sundry female onlookers! Though this crisis will be resolved, there is still Carrie's cantankerous dad, Arthur Jerry Stiller, who lives with the couple, to contend with. Elsewhere,...
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Overview

Season six of The King of Queens begins by opening an old wound: namely, the argument between blue-collar couple Doug and Carrie Heffernan Kevin James, Leah Remini over Doug's weight problem. Ironically, Carrie is not upset because Doug is fat, but because he has shed several pounds -- and now is attracting the attention of various and sundry female onlookers! Though this crisis will be resolved, there is still Carrie's cantankerous dad, Arthur Jerry Stiller, who lives with the couple, to contend with. Elsewhere, Doug's pal Deacon Victor Williams is given the opportunity to reconcile with his wife, Kelly Merrin Dungey, from whom he's been separated for two years. Among the many highlights of the series' sixth season are a guest appearance by Anne Meara, the wife and longtime comedy partner of regular Jerry Stiller; another guest-star turn by Janeane Garofalo as Doug's ex-girlfriend Trish Flintoff; the trepidations accompanying rumors that the law firm where Carrie works may be laying people off; Doug's dilemma when he recalls "all the girls I've loved before" while coming out of the anesthetic after having his appendix removed; a frenzied attempt to prevent the opening of a rare bottle of wine before Doug can sell the bottle on eBay; and the burgeoning relationship between Doug's friend Spence Patton Oswalt and his new girl, Denise Rachel Dratch. In the season finale, Arthur insists that his walking companion, the considerably younger Holly Shumpert Nicole Sullivan, move into the Heffernan basement after she is booted from her apartment. Ratings for The King of Queens continued to be encouraging for CBS during the 2003-2004 season, though rumors persisted that the next season would be the last.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/19/2006
  • UPC: 043396161566
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Time: 8:48:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 2,722

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Disc #1 -- The King of Queens: 6th Season
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   Episode Selection
      Doug Less (Part I)
      Doug Less (Part II)
      King Pong
      Dreading Vows
      Nocturnal Omission
      Affidavit Justice
      Secret Garden
      Eggsit Strategy
   Previews
      Monty Python and the Holy Grail
      Dynamic Duos (TV)
      Seinfeld - Seasons 5 & 6
Disc #2 -- The King of Queens: 6th Season
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   Episode Selection
      Thanks, Man
      American Idle
      Santa Claustrophobia
      Dougie Houser
      Frigid Hers
      Switch Sitters
      Cheap Saks
      Damned Yanky
Disc #3 -- The King of Queens: 6th Season
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   Episode Selection
      Multiple Plots
      Trash Talker
      Precedent Nixin'
      Foe: Pa
      Tank Heaven
      Alter Ego
      Icky Shuffle
      Awful Bigamy
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