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The King of Queens
When Doug and Carrie were dating Carrie was afraid Doug was not serious about her. Doug told her the most romantic thing she had ever heard and she was in love with him ever since. She finds out that the line was from a stupid movie and was said to a monkey.
Aired: February 16, 2005
I Love Lucy
The Mertzes have arrange a surprise party for the Ricardos' anniversary.
Aired: January 31, 1954
When D.J.'s teacher gives his students free rein, the class Thanksgiving pageant takes on a decidedly modern, Pulp Fiction twist - and offends many of the parents, but not the Conners.
Aired: November 21, 1995
An outlaw gang terrorizes Dodge City during Marshal Dillon's absence. Miss Kitty boldly challenges the leader to a poker game, with Dillon's life as the stake. Guest Stars: Harrison Ford, Gerald McRaney
Aired: February 5, 1973
Even though the coroners inquest found Joe shot in self defense, he feels guilty for killing Zach Krenshaw. Zachs father Amos makes a point of telling Joe he thinks Joe should hang for the murder.
Aired: April 22, 1967
The Golden Girls
Blanche meets a man at the library and only after they make a date does she realize he's in a wheelchair. Meanwhile, Rose wants to keep one of the puppies from Dreyfuss's litter despite Blanche's feelings.
Aired: December 1, 1990
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Larry dishonors an art dealer at a Japanese restaurant, and accuses a nursing-home resident of fixing a Bingo games. Guest Stars: Kevin Nealon, Shelley Berman, Ann Guilbert
Aired: October 16, 2005
An encounter with a less than accommodating nurse during a visit to the ER comes back to haunt Jack when that same woman becomes the new roommate, replacing Cindy, who has moved into the dorms at UCLA.
Aired: October 6, 1981
Everybody Loves Raymond
Ray inadvertently commits "petslaughter" on Ally's hamster while Debra and the kids are away for the weekend. When Ray breaks the difficult news to Ally about Pumpernickel's untimely demise, Debra insists that they give the beloved pet a proper burial complete with eulogies -- to help the youngster get through the grieving process. What Ray at first thought was an utterly ridiculous way to mourn the passing of a family pet, ends up being one of the most emotional experiences of his life.
Aired: October 23, 2000
Comedian Steve Harvey hosts as the Davis family of Boston, MA battles the McLain family of Pittsburgh, PA.
Aired: November 23, 2014