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The King of Queens: The Complete First Season
Doug and Carrie Heffernan are a loving
blue-collar couple from Queens, New York, who share their humble home with her
eccentric father Arthur. After a long day's work as a parcel deliveryman, Doug
retreats to his home for some peace and quiet, which is often interrupted by
Carrie's slightly bizarre father, for whom they hire Holly, a dog walker, to
take him on walks so he's not cooped up in the house all day. Stars Kevin James,
Leah Remini, Jerry Stiller, Victor Williams, Patton Oswalt, Larry Romano and
Nicole Sullivan. Three disc set with all 25 episodes from the first season -
including the pilot episode and bonus features!
In the sitcom The King of
Queens, comedian Kevin James has created a new archetype: the sensitive lug.
This deceptively simple comedy bounces along because delivery man Doug Heffernen
(James), though completely a guy's guy, constantly struggles to keep the world
around him in a delicate emotional balance. Meanwhile, his wife Carrie (Leah
Remini), though utterly feminine (and one of the sexiest women on television),
uses the kind of no-nonsense rational approach that's usually a man's province.
Add to this mix Carrie's father Arthur (Jerry Stiller), whose life as a fussy,
self-absorbed retiree makes him more like their child than an adult, and you've
got the building blocks for an excellent and durable show.
The first season
of The King of Queens quickly found its voice with stories firmly rooted in the
everyday world, rarely spinning off into absurdity--and why should it, when
there's such a wealth of humor to be found in petty neuroses (when Doug gets
assigned an attractive young woman as a trainee at work, he gets hurt when
Carrie isn't remotely jealous), ill-advised scheming (to weasel out of a traffic
ticket, Carrie agrees to go out on a date with the cop who pulled her over), and
juggling obligations to friends and family (just about every episode). Brilliant
comic bits abound; one classic moment features Doug and Carrie having a furious
argument in absolute silence at a cello concert--a scene that fuses deft
physicality, well-developed characters, and sheer silliness. The King of Queens
is a delight. --Bret Fetzer
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