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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 38 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 38 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 38 days ago
Carrie moves to Manhattan; Doug and Carrie consider adopting a baby after running into friends who recently had a child.
aired 38 days ago
Carrie sees her dream of living in the city coming true when an apartment becomes available in Manhattan.
aired 45 days ago
Doug reunites with a high-school friend (Adam Sandler) who wants to relive some of their mischievous acts.
aired 45 days ago
Carrie quickly tires of having to eat meat in private because of Doug forcing his new beliefs onto her.
aired 45 days ago
Doug frantically tries to stop calls to his home from a woman who says she spent a romantic weekend with him.
aired 45 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 45 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 52 days ago
Doug adopts a dog to impress the neighbors but soon regrets the decision; Arthur helps Danny with his gambling problem.
aired 52 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.
aired 52 days ago
A drawing by Deacon's son convinces Arthur that he needs braces; the Palmers hire Spence as a servant.
aired 52 days ago
Doug tries to win back Major's love after he traumatizes the child while reading him a scary bedtime-story.
aired 57 days ago
Doug plots revenge after learning that his friendship with a driver from a rival service was nothing more than a con.
aired 61 days ago
Carrie wants to put Arthur in a retirement home after he starts a fire in the basement, but Doug makes a discovery that makes him want to change her mind.
aired 61 days ago
Doug tries to be romantic by making an unexpected appearance at Carrie's company retreat; Danny and Spence sneak into a Huey Lewis concert.
aired 61 days ago
Doug realizes he has more in common with Deacon's wife than with Deacon, so he starts spending time with her.
aired 62 days ago
Doug lies to Carrie about being accepted into the IPS management program; Doug tries to conquer a roller coaster that scared him as a child.
aired 62 days ago
Doug convinces Carrie to sell her hair so they can afford a cruise but finds he does not like her new, shorter style.
aired 62 days ago
Bug-infested sheets force Doug and Carrie to hire an exterminator (Chris Elliott); Spence and Danny wrestle over vacation plans.
aired 63 days ago
When the Heffernans receive an oil painting of themselves as an anniversary gift from Deacon and Kelly, they dislike the picture so much that they decide to stage a robbery rather than hang the painting in their home.

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