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|The King of Queens - The Complete Eighth Season|
Actor: Leah Remini
Genres: Comedy, Television
Doug Heffernan (Emmy®-nominated Kevin James) and his wife Carrie (Leah Remini) keep the laughs coming when they both try pole dancing, but with different results. Doug?s sudden interest in personal grooming causes Carrie t... more »
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Jeff V. (burielofmel) from HARRIMAN, TN
Reviewed on 10/21/2008...
This is a good season. It includes what, in my opinion, is the best episode of the series. The one where Deacon and Kelly get Carrie and Doug a revenge gift in the form of a painting which depicts Doug with big beaver teeth and Carrie with a giant arm. The whole series is good but this season was especially good.
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Another Great Season
C. Galloway | 05/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"23 more episodes of fun from the 8th season. Great Quality.
01. Pole Lox
Accompanied by Doug's heavy encouragement, Carrie enrolls in a pole dancing class, but doesn't turn out to be a quick study.
02. Vocal Discord
After a computer microphone records a fight between the two of them, Doug and Carrie begin to think that marriage counseling is a good idea. Meanwhile, Arthur directs a play at the senior center.
03. Consummate Professional
Carrie learns that when they were dating, Doug lied to her about his (un)employment status to get her in bed.
04. Like Hell
Doug finds out that a new guy at work doesn't like him, so he tries to become friends with the guy but comes on too strong. Carrie also goes overboard when she tries to change her image at work and help a co-worker improve herself.
05. Sandwiched Out
Neil Sedaka guest stars in an episode where Deacon gets a sandwich named after him at Cooper's, infuriating Doug. Holly announces she is moving away with her boyfriend, but Carrie is not fond of the idea, and Arthur can't seem to say good-bye.
06. Shear Torture
Carrie becomes jealous of Doug's relationship with his attractive hairdresser. Meanwhile, Spence is excited to go to a Fantasy Fest with Lou Ferrigno, but when Adam West also agrees to go, Spence must decide between the two.
07. Inn Escapable
Doug and Carrie's weekend at a quaint bed and breakfast turns out to be less than desirable. Worse, they don't feel comfortable about leaving because they are the only people at the Inn for the entire weekend.
08. Move Doubt
Deacon and Kelly are looking for a new house, but they don't want to move into the place next to the Heffernans and give Doug and Carrie opposing reasons why. Meanwhile, both Spence and Danny court an Albanian girl.
09. G'Night Stalker
Doug acquires an email stalker and it bothers Carrie when he doesn't think it is such a bad thing.
10. Raygin' Bulls
With Carrie and Arthur away, Doug finds himself all alone in the house. He runs into Ray Barone and invites him to stay at the house for the weekend. With no women to hold them back, the boys get crazy. Carrie accompanies Arthur to her mother's grave and receives quite the shock upon arrival.
11. Baker's Doesn't
Doug and Carrie volunteer (unvoluntarily) at their church during the holidays, and Arthur and Spence team up to write a Christmas song.
12. Fresh Brood
Doug decides he wants to have children after Danny brings his girlfriend's baby to their house. Meanwhile, Arthur feels he deserves to be a coffee shop's "customer of the month."
13. Gambling N' Diction
After she beats him and his friends in a friendly poker game, Doug convinces his mother to try to enter a high-stakes tournament. Meanwhile, Carrie gets Spence to help her lose her accent to improve her chances of getting a promotion.
14. Apartment Complex
Tired of Carrie's complaints about their gambling-drinking-smoking habits in the house, Doug and his pals rent an apartment so they can do their thing in peace. Carrie works closely with a new client, Kirstie Alley, and begins to pick up some bad habits of her own.
15. Buggie Nights
Doug and Carrie find out that their house is infested with bedbugs. They call an exterminator after trying to solve the problem themselves, only making it worse. They end up having to pay a few thousand dollars and they don't have any place to go to.
16. Knee Jerk
Doug fakes being injured so that Carrie, who feels responsible, will continue to tend to his every need and allow him to miss a dreaded wedding.
17. Present Tense
Doug and Carrie receive a portrait from Deacon and Kelly for their eleventh anniversary. The problem: it's frighteningly ugly, and they can't find a way to get rid of it without insulting the Palmers. Meanwhile, Spence and Danny try to become Doug and Carrie's "A" couple.
18. Sold-Y Locks
Robert Goulet guest stars as Doug convinces Carrie to sell her hair but is unhappy with the results.
19. Emotional Rollercoaster
Doug turns 40, and decides he wants to conquer a rollercoaster he was too afraid to ride many moons ago. Meanwhile, Arthur lets Deacon shuttle him around in a wheelchair so they can jump to the front of the park's lines.
20. Four Play
While at the movies, the Heffernans and Palmers find out that Doug and Kelly have many things common, and so do Deacon and Carrie, so the odd couples begin doing more things with each other.
21. Hartford Wailer
Carrie disappoints Doug when she is forced to travel to Hartford for work. Doug, upset that he can't watch Planet of the Apes with Carrie (as per his weekend plans), secretly follows her to Hartford. Meanwhile, Danny and Spence get themselves into trouble after they sneak into a Huey Lewis concert.
Doug upsets his buddies when he befriends a driver from a competing delivery business and Carrie mentors a troubled teen but ends up being her accomplice.
23. Acting Out
Carrie gets fed up with Arthur and decides to put him in a home. Doug finds out a secret about Arthur's past that just might change Carrie's mind.
Love this season!
Totally Honest Reviewer | USA | 05/20/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"So far, I've watched only a few of this season's episodes, but I laughed so hard, I had to put the others on hold. This Eighth Season has beaten the last by a long-shot. Kevin is even funnier (if that is possible)and Leah puts on her best ever performances. Absolutely the funniest show out there."
HELLO?? EMMY VOTERS?? ARE YOU AWAKE??
Daisy Clover | 05/08/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Emmy voters, last year you made a step in the right direction with your nomination of Kevin James (the FIRST for the show in 8 years!) but this is your last chance to correct a big bowl of wrong by showing some well-deserved love for this, one of the funniest shows ever. I am especially begging for you not to ignore Jerry Stiller for performing the high-wire acting role of Arthur to comic perfection!"