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 The King Of Queens (Season 3) DVD Review 
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The King Of Queens (Season 3) DVD Review
by: Britt Gillette

A spin-off of the popular TV series Everybody Loves Raymond, King of Queens first hit the airwaves in the Fall of 1998. The show follows the life of Doug Heffernan (played by comedian Kevin James), a package delivery man for IPS (far different from UPS for you litigious-minded readers out there), and the show utilizes much of the same marital and relationship humor found in Ray Romano's blockbuster sitcom. With seven successful seasons under its belt, and even more yet to come, King of Queens is a hilarious comedy series well worth one's time and attention…

King of Queens revolves around the life of Doug Heffernan, a hard-working, sports-loving parcel delivery man living in Queens, New York. In his thirties, and married to a lovely woman named Carrie (Leah Remini - who played Carla's daughter on the hit show Cheers), Doug spends most of his non-working hours basking in the glow of his state-of-the-art 70-inch TV with two buddies who share his fanatical love of sports, Spence (Patton Oswalt) and Deacon (Victor Williams). But Doug's personal paradise suffers a devastating blow when Carrie's widowed father Arthur (Jerry Stiller of Seinfeld fame) moves in with the couple. Doug's TV fantasy room is converted into an in-law suite, and after several failed relocation attempts, the TV is pushed into the garage… Now Doug and Carrie must learn to share their palace with an eccentric, and oftentimes annoying, father/father-in-law with a penchant for messing up the couple's well-grounded routine…

The King of Queens (Season 3) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "Do Rico" in which Doug begins imitating the accent of the new guy at work, Rico, because it turns Carrie on in the bedroom. But when Doug begins to grow jealous thinking Carrie wants Rico, Carrie turns the tables on him by imitating the Italian accent of Rico's girlfriend Francesca. Meanwhile, Arthur is on a personal quest to find someone to inscribe his wisdom in a tome for the ages… Other notable episodes from Season 3 include "Fatty McButterpants" in which Doug becomes self-conscious of his weight when he learns that Carrie has been buying his clothes from the "Big and Tall" shop, and "Hi Def-Jam" in which Doug and friends conspire to watch the Super Bowl on the high-definition TV at Carrie's boss's house…

Below is a list of episodes included on the King of Queens (Season 3) DVD:

Episode 51 (Do Rico) Air Date: 10-02-2000
Episode 52 (Roast Chicken) Air Date: 10-09-2000
Episode 53 (Fatty McButterpants) Air Date: 10-16-2000
Episode 54 (Class Struggle) Air Date: 10-23-2000
Episode 55 (Strike One) Air Date: 10-30-2000
Episode 56 (Strike Too) Air Date: 11-06-2000
Episode 57 (Strike Out) Air Date: 11-13-2000
Episode 58 (Dark Meet) Air Date: 11-20-2000
Episode 59 (Twisted Sitters) Air Date: 11-27-2000
Episode 60 (Work Related) Air Date: 12-04-2000
Episode 61 (Better Camera) Air Date: 12-11-2000
Episode 62 (Wedding Presence) Air Date: 01-08-2001
Episode 63 (Hi Def-Jam) Air Date: 01-29-2001
Episode 64 (Paint Misbehavin') Air Date: 02-05-2001
Episode 65 (Deacon Blues) Air Date: 02-12-2001
Episode 66 (Horizontal Hold) Air Date: 02-19-2001
Episode 67 (Inner Tube) Air Date: 02-26-2001
Episode 68 (Papa Pill) Air Date: 03-19-2001
Episode 69 (Package Deal) Air Date: 04-09-2001
Episode 70 (Separation Anxiety) Air Date: 04-16-2001
Episode 71 (Departure Time) Air Date: 04-20-2001
Episode 72 (Swim Neighbors) Air Date: 05-07-2001
Episode 73 (S'no Job) Air Date: 05-14-2001
Episode 74 (Pregnant Pause: Part 1) Air Date: 05-21-2001
Episode 75 (Pregnant Pause: Part 2) Air Date: 05-21-2001

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