History YMMV / TheKingOfQueens

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.
25th Jun '16 7:03:53 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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* JerkassWoobie: Deacon, especially when Kelly left him.



* JerkassWoobie: Deacon, especially when Kelly left him.
25th Jun '16 7:02:44 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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* DesignatedHero: It can somtimes be hard to root for Carrie, Doug and Arthur who are occasionally exaggerated [[Series/{{Seinfeld}}ian]] levels of JerkAss.

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