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Un gars du Queens Pilot (1998–2007) Online

Un gars du Queens Pilot (1998–2007) Online
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TV Episode / Comedy
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Directror :
Pamela Fryman
Cast :
Kevin James,Leah Remini,Lisa Rieffel
Writer :
Michael J. Weithorn,David Litt
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TV Episode
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Un gars du Queens Pilot (1998–2007) Online

Doug Heffernan gets a 70-inch TV to make his sport's basement dream complete, but the dream turns into a nightmare when Carrie's father moves into the basement.
Episode cast overview:
Kevin James Kevin James - Doug Heffernan
Leah Remini Leah Remini - Carrie Heffernan
Lisa Rieffel Lisa Rieffel - Sara Spooner
Patton Oswalt Patton Oswalt - Spence Olchin
Larry Romano Larry Romano - Richie Iannucci
Victor Williams Victor Williams - Deacon Palmer
Jerry Stiller Jerry Stiller - Arthur Spooner

The line where Arthur gives the priest money and tells him to get an egg cream originally had Arthur telling him to "go get yourself an altar boy." But CBS refused to let the line air and it was changed.

Doug's friends were originally supposed to be a one time appearance.

If the Heffernan's kitchen and it's blue refrigerator look familiar to TV viewers ,it's because it was originally used on the ABC sitcom "Grace Under Fire." (1993-1998). Which had been axed by that network 7 months earlier ,due to difficulties with star Brett Butler.

User reviews



The casting was outstanding from the beginning, with Kevin James offering a revolving door of exposure throughout his series for hot young Jersey and New York comics on the rise. The script here sets up the premise well and gets Stiller into the perfect situation where he can be fussy and ruthlessly alienated but also endearing in a way only the genius of Jerry Stiller can pull off. Stiller is one of the great character actors still around after a very innovative career as a comedian with his talented wife. Extremely underrated show that serves as an excellent time capsule of suburban American life for middle class America in the prosperous late 90s.


The characters, their lives and current situation (family, relationship, job, etc.) are properly introduced in a nice way. The intonations of each character are really effective in delivering those jokes and other funny stuff.

Even though, Kevin James and Leah Remini just started with this show along with Jerry Stiller, they put up a really great and stress-relieving start to the series.

The development of significant events makes the entire series interesting to watch. The jokes and gags are really getting there; it's as if it makes the sitcom feel you and really entertain you.