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The second season has no overarching plotlines or recurring themes; it's just a compilation of excellent material, including Doug's ego inflating when a waitress flirts with him; Doug and Carrie squirming when their best friends ask them to be godparents; Doug discovering that Carrie compulsively cheats at games; and a flashback to when they first met. It's the attention to emotional detail that makes the show fly; James and Remini take the most mundane material--say, an argument over where to go for a vacation or how their marriage lacks romance--and turn the many ways in which couples cope into a pugnacious duet. Their sparring not only is funny, but consistently rings true as irrational but oh-so-common human behavior. The show pulls you in all the more because the Heffernans make up just as often as they fight, demonstrating one of the most functional marriages on television. It's meat-and-potatoes comedy, but sometimes nothing else will hit the spot. --Bret Fetzer
My husband and I laugh out loud in every episode.
Doug, Carrie, Arthur and friends are still as funny as ever, all with a sense of simplicity that makes the show feel like most people can relate to it.
Kevin James and Leah Remini have great chemistry as a married couple, and Jerry Stiller is so funny as Arthur.
Great show, great collection. I normally don't care too much when it comes to bonus features but I would have liked some cast interviews and commentaries and even behind the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by mel cahoon
Yet another great season by one of the funniest (& feel-good) shows on TV! Characters become like family & friends!Published 8 months ago by Daniel J. Buchanan
Great Sit-common! Very Very Funny! Has all 9 seasons now! Kevin James is a great actor love him as Doug.Published 9 months ago by "S" in Spanish Fork Ut
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The rapidly rolling credits given after each episode of the cited sitcom would seem to indicate that the musician responsible for the music is one Andrew Gross. If I could secure a copy of the closing theme for the cited sitcom, I would surely buy it. Gross has an uncanny... Read More
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