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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 3 days ago
Doug and Carrie are confused when Deacon and Kelly are not interested in buying the house next door to theirs.
aired 3 days ago
Doug lets the attention go to his head when he gets anonymous e-mail from someone who saw him perform at a karaoke club.
aired 3 days ago
When Doug is not allowed to hold Danny's girlfriend's baby, Doug tries to persuade Carrie to have a child so he can get back at Danny.
aired 4 days ago
Doug and Carrie's romantic getaway is a nightmare when the owners of the bed-and-breakfast become too much to take.
aired 4 days ago
Carrie discovers that Doug's frequent trips to the hair salon are due to his attractive new hairstylist.
aired 4 days ago
The guys' neighborhood restaurant names a new sandwich after Deacon, so Doug determines to get some kind of food named after himself.
aired 5 days ago
Doug convinces Carrie to take pole dancing lessons but is disappointed when she puts on a show for him.
aired 5 days ago
Carrie learns that in the beginning of their relationship Doug lied to her about getting a job at IPS so she would sleep with him.
aired 5 days ago
Doug tries to impress new driver Jared when he learns he was the only one at IPS not invited to Jared's barbecue.
aired 6 days ago
Carrie and Doug decide marriage counseling is in order and turn to their neighbor for help, but his techniques only make things worse.
aired 24 days ago
Doug reunites with a high-school friend (Adam Sandler) who wants to relive some of their mischievous acts.
aired 25 days ago
Doug discovers that Carrie did not get rid of her apartment in the city; Doug and Carrie receive an unexpected phone call; Arthur and Ava St. Clair's wedding hits a speed bump.
aired 25 days ago
Doug discovers that Carrie did not get rid of her apartment in the city; Doug and Carrie receive an unexpected phone call; Arthur and Ava St. Clair's wedding hits a speed bump.
aired 25 days ago
Carrie moves to Manhattan; Doug and Carrie consider adopting a baby after running into friends who recently had a child.
aired 26 days ago
Carrie sees her dream of living in the city coming true when an apartment becomes available in Manhattan.
aired 26 days ago
Carrie quickly tires of having to eat meat in private because of Doug forcing his new beliefs onto her.
aired 26 days ago
Doug frantically tries to stop calls to his home from a woman who says she spent a romantic weekend with him.
aired 27 days ago
Deacon and Kelly buy a vacation home, Carrie is upset because they could have easily afforded it, but they were too cheap.
aired 27 days ago
When Carrie insists that Doug figure out how to invest their tax return, he buys an ice cream truck from a stranger.
aired 27 days ago
Doug adopts a dog to impress the neighbors but soon regrets the decision; Arthur helps Danny with his gambling problem.
aired 31 days ago
Doug takes on a supervisory role at IPS to prove to Carrie that he is not content with being a driver for the rest of his life.

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