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Doug Heffernan puts in a long day's work delivering parcels and comes home each night to his loving wife, Carrie; unfortunately, he also comes home to his wacko father-in-law, Arthur.

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aired 113 days ago
Doug runs into a business acquaintance while bringing Arthur to the hospital for heart surgery; Carrie discovers an old college acceptance letter.
aired 113 days ago
Doug's Halloween decorations put Arthur in the hospital; Deacon doesn't like Kirby's choice of a Halloween costume.
aired 113 days ago
Doug tries to prove he would protect Carrie in a life-or-death situation after he makes a dumb move while on a rough plane ride.
aired 113 days ago
Arthur is left to fend for himself when Doug and Carrie go on her company retreat with a group of boring lawyers.
aired 113 days ago
Doug prepares to break the record for the most consecutive deliveries without incident; Arthur asks Holly to play in Scrabble tournament.
aired 114 days ago
Doug and Carrie's friendship with Deacon and Kelly is tested after Doug is distracted and backs into their car.
aired 114 days ago
In an effort to spend more time with Carrie, Doug hires someone (Nicole Sullivan) to take Arthur for a walk three times a week.
aired 114 days ago
Doug uses a two-for-one coupon to give Carrie a gift of corneal surgery which results in her temporary blindness.
aired 114 days ago
Doug's (Kevin James) Uncle Stu (guest star Gavin MacLeod) talks him into helping his down-and-out cousin (guest star Gary Valentine) land a job at IPS.
aired 115 days ago
Carrie and Doug (Leah Remini, Kevin James) ponder a major readjustment after a night of passion leads to a surprise.
aired 115 days ago
Carrie and Doug (Leah Remini, Kevin James) ponder a major readjustment after a night of passion leads to a surprise.
aired 115 days ago
Doug and Carrie's neighbor (Bryan Cranston) builds an aboveground pool that looks directly into their property.
aired 115 days ago
Doug's (Kevin James) parents bowl him over with an important request while on a brief layover in New York.
aired 117 days ago
Doug dreams that he could solve all of his problems if he could assume the roles of vintage television characters.
aired 117 days ago
Doug and Carrie have different opinions about Deacon and Kelly's separation and share them with each other.
aired 117 days ago
Doug finds that working for a competitor isn't all it's cracked up to be after he quits his job; Carrie becomes a self-tanning cream addict.
aired 117 days ago
Deacon's recent separation forces Doug and Carrie to re-examine some things they may have taken for granted.
aired 118 days ago
Carrie and Doug (Leah Remini, Kevin James) discuss the real definition of infidelity when Doug sees Deacon (Victor Williams) with another woman.
aired 118 days ago
Doug sets up Stephanie with Carrie's boss so he can watch the Super Bowl on a high-definition television.
aired 118 days ago
After Carrie tells Doug that it's okay for him to find other women attractive, he asks her to tell him which men she finds attractive. Unsurprisingly, this doesn't end well.
aired 118 days ago
When Doug can't understand the difficulties Carrie faces when caring for Arthur, he takes over and learns the hard way.

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