History YMMV / TheKingOfQueens

22nd Mar '18 9:09:27 PM Business21
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* FridgeLogic: In "Hi-Def Jam," why did asking about the return policy preclude Doug from buying the TV? When he was asked if he was going to bring it back after the Super Bowl, why didn't he just say, "No, I just would like to know in case anything goes wrong?"
7th Feb '18 9:11:40 PM Hobgoblin
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* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode, Doug pretends he is a lawyer so he can be part of Carrie's law firm's softball team. Carrie thinks he can't play a lawyer, but [[Film/PaulBlartMallCoThep he can play a mall cop]].

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* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode, Doug pretends he is a lawyer so he can be part of Carrie's law firm's softball team. Carrie thinks he can't play a lawyer, but [[Film/PaulBlartMallCoThep [[Film/PaulBlartMallCop he can play a mall cop]].
8th Oct '17 6:52:23 PM Business21
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** The 1998 pilot episode had a scene where Doug’s friends discuss whether they would sleep with then-First Lady Hillary Clinton. The current image of Hillary as a 70-year-old former presidential candidate makes the scene slightly awkward and out of place. Could be HilariousInHindsight depending on your perspective.

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** The 1998 pilot episode had a scene where Doug’s friends discuss whether they would sleep with then-First Lady Hillary Clinton. The current image of Hillary as a 70-year-old former presidential candidate makes the scene dialogue slightly awkward and out of place. Could be HilariousInHindsight depending on your perspective.
7th Oct '17 9:14:28 PM Business21
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* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode, Doug pretends he is a lawyer so he can be part of Carrie's law firm's softball team. Carrie thinks he can't play a lawyer, but [[Film/PaulBlartMallCop he can play a mall cop]].

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** The 1998 pilot episode had a scene where Doug’s friends discuss whether they would sleep with then-First Lady Hillary Clinton. The current image of Hillary as a 70-year-old former presidential candidate makes the scene slightly awkward and out of place. Could be HilariousInHindsight depending on your perspective.
* HilariousInHindsight: In one episode, Doug pretends he is a lawyer so he can be part of Carrie's law firm's softball team. Carrie thinks he can't play a lawyer, but [[Film/PaulBlartMallCop [[Film/PaulBlartMallCoThep he can play a mall cop]].
4th Sep '17 9:08:30 PM maxwellsilver
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* HoYay: Arthur helping Spence prepare for the job interview.

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* HoYay: HoYay:
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Arthur helping Spence prepare for the job interview.



*** Spence and Danny is the poster child of this. To the point that it's even acknowledged in-universe. At one point they end up taking their underwear off under the bed covers in an escalating dare (long story) and then realize they may have crossed a line.

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*** ** Spence and Danny is the poster child of this. To the point that it's even acknowledged in-universe. At one point they end up taking their underwear off under the bed covers in an escalating dare (long story) and then realize they may have crossed a line.
2nd Aug '17 11:58:58 AM mariofan1000
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* SoOkayItsAverage: It's not a terrible show, by any standard, but at the same time it never really rose above the standard of "watchable".
14th Dec '16 11:07:18 AM themisterfree
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** In "Gym Neighbors," Arthur's actually legally justified in demanding the prize he visibly won on licensed game show. [[spoiler:And his eventual {{Blackmail}} is only a NecessaryEvil last resort against an apparent AmoralAttorney who just won't listen.]]

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** In "Gym Neighbors," Arthur's actually legally justified in demanding the prize he visibly won on licensed a legitimate game show. [[spoiler:And his eventual {{Blackmail}} is only a NecessaryEvil last resort against an apparent AmoralAttorney who just won't listen.]]
14th Dec '16 11:05:44 AM themisterfree
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** Espicially the instrumental version of it that played over the credits during seasons 2 and 3. Unfortunately, a rather forgettable instrumental piece played over the credits instead starting in season 4.

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** Espicially Especially the instrumental version of it that played over the credits during seasons 2 and 3. Unfortunately, a rather forgettable instrumental piece played over the credits instead starting in season 4.4.
** "Fight the power! We gotta fight the powers that be!"
19th Sep '16 4:18:33 PM Peridonyx
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* StrawmanHasAPoint: Carrie is treated as an unreasonable bitch for not allowing a stranger with an eyepatch into her home on Thanksgiving. Then, when she does let him in, he locks everyone out and robs them.

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* StrawmanHasAPoint: StrawmanHasAPoint:
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Carrie is treated as an unreasonable bitch for not allowing a stranger with an eyepatch into her home on Thanksgiving. Then, when she does let him in, he locks everyone out and robs them.


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** In "Gym Neighbors," Arthur's actually legally justified in demanding the prize he visibly won on licensed game show. [[spoiler:And his eventual {{Blackmail}} is only a NecessaryEvil last resort against an apparent AmoralAttorney who just won't listen.]]
17th Sep '16 8:55:31 PM Fireblood
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* DesignatedHero: It can somtimes be hard to root for Carrie, Doug and Arthur who are occasionally exaggerated [[Series/{{Seinfeld}} Seinfeldian]] levels of JerkAss.

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* DesignatedHero: It can somtimes sometimes be hard to root for Carrie, Doug and Arthur who are occasionally exaggerated [[Series/{{Seinfeld}} Seinfeldian]] levels of JerkAss.



*** Spence and Danny is the poster child of this. To the point that it's even acknowledged in-universe

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*** Spence and Danny is the poster child of this. To the point that it's even acknowledged in-universein-universe. At one point they end up taking their underwear off under the bed covers in an escalating dare (long story) and then realize they may have crossed a line.



** Doug's father could come across as miserly and judgmental in "S'Poor House," but he was absolutely right about one thing: There is no way a couple with no kids and two reasonably good jobs between them shouldn't be able to come up with $12,000 for an emergency.

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** Doug's father could come across as miserly and judgmental in "S'Poor House," but he was absolutely right about one thing: There there is no way a couple with no kids and two reasonably good jobs between them shouldn't be able to come up with $12,000 for an emergency.
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