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Season 9

195 :09x01 - Mama Cast

When Carries tells Doug to find a way to invest their tax return check, Doug decides to buy an ice cream truck he sees for sale. Thinking this is a good way to make money, he sets out to sell ice cream. Trouble comes when he tries delivering in another truck driver's zone, leading to a war of the ice cream men.
Guest Stars: Clea Montville as Cheryl | Richie Minervini as Sam | Carlos McCullers, II as Connor | Victoria Hoffman as Margo | John David Conti as Cal | Paul Butcher as Kenny | Hayley Erin as Charlotte | Shawn Michael Patrick as Bob | Victor Raider-Wexler as Mr. Kaufman | Matthew J. Evans as Ethan | Brandon Johnson as Jack
Director: Rob Schiller

196 :09x02 - Affair Trade

A woman keeps calling Doug's house, claiming to have spent a romantic weekend with him, but Doug has no idea who she is and tries to find a way to stop her from calling. Realizing that she is calling the wrong Doug Heffernan and leaving sexy messages, he sets out to stop Carrie from finding out, but when she does find out and does not care, Doug becomes even more upset about the situation.
Guest Stars: Merrin Dungey as Kelly Palmer | Leigh-Allyn Baker as Jessica | Lou Saliba as Dr. Heffernan | Angelo Pagan as Derek | Steffiana De La Cruz as Sienna | Marcia Ann Burrs as Mildred
Director: Rob Schiller

197 :09x03 - Moxie Moron

When O'Boyle goes into rehab he asks Doug and Deacon to fill in for him as supervisor. Doug initially turns it down and tells Deacon to go for it, but then decides he wants it so that he can prove to Carrie that he is not content being a driver for the rest of his life. Soon Doug realizes he is in over his head when everything starts going wrong at the office.
Guest Stars: Sam McMurray as O'Boyle | Laura Silverman as Dawn | Victor Raider-Wexler as Mr. Kaufman | Nikki Tyler-Flynn as Lisa | Shannon Farrara as Desiree | Jeff Weidemann as Bobby | Mike Burton as Stuart | John Hemphill as Ben
Director: Rob Schiller

198 :09x04 - Major Disturbance

Doug is reading Major a bedtime story and changes the end to make it scarier. The story ends up traumatizing Major, causing Kelly and Deacon to have problems getting him to be babysat by Doug.

Arthur also realizes that he can make money by charging people to fill a seat in their car, allowing them ride in the carpool lane.
Guest Stars: Norma Michaels as Josephine | Merrin Dungey as Kelly | Gerry Black as George Barksdale | Mookie Barker as Driver | Todd Zeile as Cal | Pamela Kosh as Flora | Steve Fix as Bippy | Austin Astrup as Major Palmer
Director: Rob Schiller

199 :09x05 - Ruff Goin'

When Doug and Carrie are not invited to the block party, Doug shows up anyways and ends up adopting a dog to prove he is a good person. Doug finds out that a dog is a lot of work and tries to find a way to return it without looking bad, but before he can, Carrie tells him they have to keep the dog a little longer because their neighbor, Glenn, says he can get her a good deal on a massage chair.

Arthur also tries to help Danny break his addiction to gambling, but ends up getting hooked on it too.
Guest Stars: Lou Ferrigno as Himself | Tim Bagley as Glenn | Mookie Barker as Phil | Ginger Williams as Waitress | Kenneth Moskow as Brett
Director: Rob Schiller

200 :09x06 - Brace Yourself

Deacon's son draws a picture of Arthur with crooked teeth, which leads Arthur to try to convince his family that he should get braces. Doug uses this idea to try to improve Carrie, by having Deacon's son draw a picture of her flat-chested.
Guest Stars: Merrin Dungey as Kelly | Omari Lyles as Kirby | Austin Astrup as Major | Nancy Yee as Chinese Woman | Richie Minervini as Bald Man
Director: Rob Schiller

201 :09x07 - Home Cheapo

When Deacon and Kelly buy a vacation house on a lake Carrie convinces Doug that they were able to afford it because the two were so cheap and never pay for anything when they are together. Doug and Carrie go to the new home with Deacon and Kelly and decide to get back at them by making Deacon and Kelly pay for everything. Spence is also trying to find a new job and Arthur decides to give him advice on getting one.
Guest Stars: Mookie Barker as Phil | Merrin Dungey as Kelly
Director: Rob Schiller

202 :09x08 - Offensive Fowl

Doug, in an effort to be more healthy decides to become a vegetarian, which angers Carrie when he decides to push his new beliefs on her.
Guest Stars: Victor Raider-Wexler as Mr. Kaufman | Tim Bagley as Glenn | Austin Astrup as Major | Jeff Austin as Bud | Michael Kagan as Lance | Brandon Keener as Mitch | Jessa French as Nicole | Ginger Williams as Kim | Jackie Sandler as Mrs. Kaufman
Director: Rob Schiller

203 :09x09 - Mild Bunch

Doug runs into an old friend at his high school reunion and they decide to play a prank on the principle to get revenge for an event of the past.
Guest Stars: Jonathan Loughran as Patrick | Amy Stiller as Gloria | Allen Covert as Dave | Bess Meyer as Melinda | Dawn Maxey as Cindy | Kevin Grady as Howie | Bryan Dilbeck as Jim | Peter Jessop (1) as Stuart | Chris Tallman as Bill | Peter Dante as Justin Ravo | JD Donaruma as JD | Sandy Wernick as Principal Nagel | Adam Sandler as Jeff (The Beast) Sussman
Director: Rob Schiller
Songs: Foreigner -- Hot Blooded

204 :09x10 - Manhattan Project

When an apartment in Manhattan becomes available to Doug and Carrie, Carrie sees it as a chance to live out her dream of living in the city, but Doug wants nothing to do with it. He brings it up to her in hopes of looking good, because he knows that it is impossible to live there because of Arthur. Arthur soon decides to marry a singer he loved for a long time and move out, causing Carrie to want to move.
Guest Stars: Nichelle Hines as April | Soledad St. Hilaire as Marta | Mookie Barker as Eugene Von Wimmel | Tucker Carlson as Himself | Cheryl Bricker as Dolly Von Wimmel | Lainie Kazan as Ava St. Clair | Gerry Black as George Barksdale | Heidi Heller Banks as Linda | David S. Bateman as Piano Player | Scott Henry as Burt
Director: Rob Schiller
Writer: Rock Reuben

205 :09x11 - Single Spaced

Doug and Carrie decide to go visit their priest for some marriage counseling, and while there they run into some old friends who just had a baby. This causes them to consider a child.
Guest Stars: Loreni Delgado as Susana | Marco Assante as Russ | George Coe as Father Biskup | Nicholas Turturro as Vince Dinelli | Dakin Matthews as Joe Heffernan | Jenny O'Hara as Janet Heffernan | David Monzingo as Puppeteer | Michael Aronin as Bill | Peggy Lane O'Rourke as Virginia
Director: Rob Schiller

206 :09x12 - China Syndrome Part 1

Arthur's wedding day is here but he soon finds himself without a bride when Ava St. Clair leaves him for not being gay. Doug, still mad at Carrie for lying about the apartment in Manhattan, decides he is going to divorce Carrie, and shows up the wedding drunk.
Guest Stars: Jackie Flynn as Band Leader | Carla Ferrigno as Herself | Lou Ferrigno as Himself | Merrin Dungey as Kelly Palmer | Shannon Farrara as Shannon | Adam Ferrara as Waiter | Jillian Bach as Sandy | Shelby Adamowsky as Eloise | Lainie Kazan as Ava St. Clair | Josh Cooke as Rabbi Feldman | Anne Meara as Veronica Olchin | Nicole Sullivan as Holly Shumpert
Director: Rob Schiller

207 :09x13 - China Syndrome Part 2

After Doug informs Carrie of his plans to leave her, she decides she wants to go to China and adopt the child they were going to get without him. Doug also wants the baby, so they race to get to the airport so they can get the baby.
Guest Stars: Nicole Sullivan as Holly Shumpert | Carla Ferrigno as Herself | Lou Ferrigno as Himself | Jackie Flynn as Band Leader | Merrin Dungey as Kelly Palmer | Shannon Farrara as Shannon | Adam Ferrara as Waiter | Jillian Bach as Sandy | Shelby Adamowsky as Eloise | Josh Cooke as Rabbi Feldman | Anne Meara as Veronica Olchin
Director: Rob Schiller
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled
Network: CBS ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 21, 1998
Ended: May 14, 2007
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