Meanwhile, and his senior center buddies are chewed up and spat out by the service industry when they start up their own business. However Doug defies her and goes back there for lunch. Weithorn February 8, 1999 1999-02-08 118 On Valentine's Day, Arthur attends a party at his senior center and meets a woman Mary Jerry Stiller's real-life wife and the two begin a love affair. When it is revealed that Carrie only has one working ovary, they find that they must get started in conceiving right away, only to be hindered when Doug's parents visit. Carrie finds out after adopting that she is pregnant, and she is overwhelmed. On the way, they reconcile. Meanwhile, Spence loses his job in the subway so Kelly hires him to help out around their house.
Their impasse makes them realize they have very different ideas about their future, with Carrie ultimately moving to the apartment without Doug. Weithorn November 26, 2003 2003-11-26 609 A stranger wearing an eye patch waiting outside makes for a tense Thanksgiving dinner with friends at the Heffernan House. Realising that the Hoffermans are very active people who lead more exciting lives, Carrie forces Doug to engage in more strenuous activities with her like scuba diving. Doug complains about it to Deacon, who brags about it to his wife, Kelly. Doug and Carrie are reluctant to say yes. Doug tries to find proof on some old tapes.
So Doug decides he wants to ride a roller coaster that he was to afraid to ride when he was younger. Carrie is furious, but Doug thinks it's a great way to make money---until he meets the competition. Meanwhile, Spence doesn't want to attend the reunion because he had a relationship with one of his teachers that ended really badly. The plan backfires when Carrie starts spending more time on her own endeavors rather than with Doug. O'Boyle to interview him but not hire him. Also, Carrie pretends to be a mom in a model home and starts enjoying her fake family too much. Elsewhere, Arthur gives job-hunting tips to Spence.
Carrie wants to go salsa dancing with Doug but concedes to the latter's wishes and goes to Atlantic City with him. Doug and Carrie decide to sell it and buy a hot tub and satellite dish. During the course of the celebration, several things go wrong such as Doug forgetting a card and having dinner outside in the cold. Doug and Carrie complain about it, but Doug feels sorry for the dog when he finds out that all he needs are walks and secretly adopts it. Luckily for Doug, Carrie is depressed about her new age, so Doug makes up a lie about having plans so he can sound like he remembered. Doug must now break the news to a now-relieved Carrie.
Deacon's paintball birthday party turns into a jealous war. He tries to make it up to Carrie by going to a cello concert with her. He ruins the party by retching and almost throwing up during a show. When Carrie correctly guesses what Doug got for her, she convinces him to give her the camera early so that she can take photos at her office's Christmas party. Their impasse makes them realize they have very different ideas about their future, with Carrie ultimately moving to the apartment without Doug. Carrie is left to mentor a 16-year-old girl , however finds that bad behavior helps her make friends better than good behavior. Doug does not like it and waits for warmer weather, but Arthur does not seem to want to move back.
However, to spite her, Doug not only agrees to take Arthur along, but invites Spence as well. After looking in his room and discovering her acceptance letter, it is revealed that Arthur hid this for his own selfish reasons, further questioning her feelings for him. Carrie thinks Holly bought her a leather jacket, because Arthur gets Holly to disclose Carrie's gift to him. Rather than go to the hospital, he must struggle through a loan interview for Carrie. Trying to get rid of the dog proves useless until a very interesting buyer steps up. Carrie finds out after adopting that she is pregnant, and she is overwhelmed. In an effort to save money, he chooses a cheaper doctor that results in a very worried couple when her sight does not return properly.
In order to make Doug reconsider his idea, Carrie invites her father on the cross-country trip. Meanwhile at the senior center, Arthur encounters an old singer whom he trains and eventually becomes engaged to. Meanwhile, Spence loses his job in the subway so Kelly hires him to help out around their house. However Doug continues to secretly wear it. Carrie becomes upset knowing that Doug wouldn't help her if she was in real danger, so he attempts to lessen his guilt by arguing that she would do the exact same thing and by thinking of times when he helped her. So she pretends that Spence is her husband instead.
A flash forward to a year later shows a messy, hectic household with both Doug and Carrie struggling to care for two small children, when Arthur suddenly returns because his marriage does not work out. Carrie tries to stop him. Weithorn December 14, 1998 1998-12-14 113 At Christmas time, Arthur buys Doug and Carrie a very squatty, mini car, which, of course, Doug and Carrie dislike. Richie advises Doug and Carrie to abandon the car in an area where it will most likely be stolen, but they hesitate because it was a gift from Carrie's father. Carrie eventually lets him date her but ends up regretting it, leaving Arthur with plans to propose to her. Meanwhile, Holly agrees to watch Deacon's kids as he goes to the annual golf trip, but she has to bring a reluctant Arthur along. After a sequence of events, Doug thinks Deacon bought him the toy.
Doug invites his Aunt Sheila , and finds out that his aunt and uncle are having problems. Carrie backs her husband up until she realizes the man is a district attorney who might have a position for Carrie at his office. The plan backfires when she realizes there are downsides to getting noticed. When Carrie reveals having a fallout with her, Doug and Arthur conspire in making Carrie less sober to keep her in good spirits, making their neighbor uncomfortable with the whole ordeal. Meanwhile at the senior center, Arthur encounters an old singer Lainie Kazan whom he trains and eventually becomes engaged to. Arthur fills in for a senior-center employee. When Carrie discovers Doug has been using the new cologne, she confronts him and Doug tells Carrie about all the ways she controls him.
Soon Doug regrets his actions after Carrie and her new friend are always together leaving Doug jealous and alone. Later, Doug figures out the little person had stolen his wallet, but Carrie does not believe him because she thinks he just has it in for him because he was hitting on her. All latest episodes of The King of Queens season 9 get free into your mobile! In the center of the plot is a cheerful and full-bodied courier Douglas Haffernan. Weithorn January 6, 2003 2003-01-06 512 After a successful visit to a therapist about Doug's over-eating, Carrie gets the therapist to work on other problems Doug has without Doug knowing. Doug doesn't want him working there but he also doesn't want to look bad to the family so he instructs his boss Mr. These two friends discuss their love for each other and their favorite scenes from Mary Tyler Moore.