The King of Queens: Season 8 (2005 - 2006)


Season 8
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Air date: Sep 19, 2005

Doug persuades Carrie to take a pole-dancing class. But after he sets up a pole in their bedroom, he's horrified at her lack of talent. When Arthur learns what Carrie is doing, he feels that her stripper behavior is a direct result of his lack of parenting over the years, so he tries to make it up to her by spending more time with her. Carrie's not exactly thrilled. Ed: Hayes MacArthur. Anne-Marie: Michele Nordin.

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Air date: Sep 26, 2005

Doug and Carrie see a marriage counselor after a computer records a vicious argument between them and they read the hateful text. Elsewhere, Arthur helps out with theater night at the senior center by directing and appearing in a scene from a play. But first, he must cast the part of his leading lady. Betty: Charlotte Rae. Glenn: Tim Bagley. Barksdale: Gerry Black. Flora: Pamela Kosh. Josephine: Norma Michaels.

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Air date: Oct 3, 2005

Via flashbacks, Doug tells Carrie the real story about how he got his job driving a delivery truck 10 years ago when they were still dating. O'Boyle: Sam McMurray.

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Air date: Oct 10, 2005

Doug can't figure out why a new driver invited everyone else at work to a barbecue, but he intends to find out. At her office, Carrie tries to change her unfriendly image by doing nice things for her coworkers, whether they want her to or not. Jared: Bryan Callen. Dawn: Laura Silverman. Lisa: Nikki Tyler-Flynn. Gary: Emil Beheshti. Marcy: Sheila Shaw. Bill: Peter Breitmayer.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2005

Doug is upset when a restaurant names a sandwich after Deacon that Doug insists he created; and Carrie gets jealous when Holly announces that she's engaged and moving to Manhattan. Holly: Nicole Sullivan. Cathy: Dahlia Salem. Roger: James Lancaster.

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Air date: Oct 24, 2005

Doug goes to a sexy hairdresser, which makes Carrie jealous; Spence invites Lou Ferrigno to a sci-fi convention, but ditches him after Adam West agrees to go. Lisa: Nikki Tyler-Flynn. Lori: Jenna Gering.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2005

Doug surprises Carrie by taking her away for a weekend at a rustic bed-and-breakfast run by an eccentric older couple. Unfortunately, the place is a little too rustic for Carrie. Back at home, Arthur entertains a lady friend, who thinks Arthur wants her to move in with him.

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Air date: Nov 14, 2005

Doug and Carrie try to get Deacon and Kelly to buy the house next door to them, but a couple with eight kids move in instead. Elsewhere, Danny and Spence become rivals when they try to woo an Albanian beauty.

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Air date: Nov 21, 2005

Doug is thrilled when he gets sexy e-mails from a fan who heard him singing karaoke at a club, but his excitement turns to fear when the stalker becomes threatening. Doug's greatest fear, however, is that Carrie will find out about his adoring admirer. Angela: Mindy Spence. Ron: Jim Turner. Jimmy: Jimmy Shubert.

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Air date: Nov 28, 2005

Doug invites Ray Barone (Ray Romano) to crash at his house while both of their wives are out of town and the two go clubbing. Meanwhile, Carrie goes with Arthur to visit her mother's grave in New Jersey for the first time and is shocked when she reads the tombstone.

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Kevin James
as Doug Heffernan
Leah Remini
as Carrie Heffernan
Victor Williams
as Deacon Palmer
Jerry Stiller
as Arthur Spooner
Patton Oswalt
as Spence Olchin
Gary Valentine
as Danny Heffernan
Sam McMurray
as Mr. O'Boyle
Gerry Black
as George Barksdale
Ray Romano
as Ray Barone
Nick Bakay
as Father McDaniel
Robert Silver
as Uncle Chester
Adam West
as Himself
Nicole Sullivan
as Holly Shumpert
Anna Pheil
as Jennifer
John Getz
as Mr. Dugan
John Sterling Carter
as Bill Monaghan
Michele Nordin
as Anne-Marie
Norma Michaels
as Josephine
Robin Lee Noll
as Nurse Berman
Carlos Cervantes
as Carlos Rodriguez
Bill A. Jones
as Mr. Brill
Kelly Hawthorne
as Stephanie
Jeff Weidemann
as Stock Boy
Shawn Huang
as Chi Long
Cody Klop
as Frederick
Lori Hall
as Jennifer
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Critic Reviews for The King of Queens Season 8

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Tells us that boredom will make you do crazy things. Luckily, the boring moments in Season Eight are few.

Sep 13, 2018 | Rating: 6/10 | Full Review…

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