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The King of Queens

Weeknights
9/8c

Leah Remini

Carrie Heffernan

With her quick wit and effervescent charm, Leah Remini continues to shine on television and in film with roles which showcase her dynamic personality.

Remini was most recently seen on ABC's Dancing with the Stars where she and partner Tony Dovolani were semi-finalists on the immensely popular long running reality series.

For nine seasons, Remini starred opposite Kevin James in the hit CBS comedy series, The King of Queens. The sitcom took place in the working-class suburb of Queens, New York, and followed Doug Heffernan (James), an amiable deliveryman, and his wife, spitfire secretary Carrie Heffernan (Remini), as they explored the everyday challenges of love, life, family and marriage. The show continues to enjoy huge success through daily syndication, now airing in over 33 countries where it keeps finding new audiences.

Remini produced and starred in the one of the earliest and most successful comedic web series, In the Motherhood, opposite Chelsea Handler and Jenny McCarthy which candidly uncovered how mothers deal with "real motherhood problems" inspired by actual situations from moms who have submitted their stories to be shown. She went on to co-produce a series of webisodes for the Suave/Sprint brands under the In the Motherhood banner. The series was highly successful drawing over 5 million viewers to the site. In her first jump behind the camera, Remini co-produced the Inside Out: Leah Remini wedding and baby specials for VH1, which became one of the most successful specials the network had seen to date.

On the big screen, Remini starred in Todd Phillips' wildly popular comedy Old School, alongside Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn and Will Ferrell. Remini played Vaughn's wife in the film about three depressed thirty-somethings who seek to re-live their college days by starting their own fraternity, and the hilarious tribulations they encounter in doing so.

In 2010, Remini helped launch and co-hosted the first season of CBS' daytime hit talk show, The Talk, which popular female hosts discuss the day's latest headlines and give their opinions "through the eyes of mothers." In addition, Remini recently starred in the ABC series Family Tools, opposite Kyle Bornheimer and J.K. Simmons. A fixture on television since the age of 18, Leah has had memorable recurring roles on series including NYPD Blue, Friends, Saved by the Bell, Who's the Boss?, Fired Up, Evening Shade, and Cheers. She landed her first starring role in the Who's the Boss? spinoff series, Living Dolls opposite Halle Berry, and her first appearance on network television was on an episode of ABC's Head of the Class. Remini got her start as an actress on HBO's anthology series Vietnam War Story.

Remini finds great joy in her philanthropic work with numerous and diverse military, women and childrenĀ¹s charities. She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter.

To connect with Leah Remini, follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

The King of Queens TV Schedule

Monday
September 1
9:46pm
Separation Anxiety
Doug and Carrie go to a movie with Kelly while Deacon watches the kids. While at the movies, Carrie finds a co-worker who likes Kelly. Kelly decides to go on a date with him, and Deacon asks Doug to help him win his wife back.
TV-PG
10:23pm
Inner Tube
Doug lies to Carrie about having to work late so that he can play mud football with his friends. Doug gets sick and then Arthur makes him feel even worse for lying to Carrie.
TV-PG
11:00pm
Departure Time
Doug and Carrie go to visit Doug's parents at the airport while they are waiting for their flight. Doug's parents give Doug a living will to sign, but Doug is upset that they marked "do not resuscitate" on everything.
TV-PG
Tuesday
September 2
9:30pm
Departure Time
Doug and Carrie go to visit Doug's parents at the airport while they are waiting for their flight. Doug's parents give Doug a living will to sign, but Doug is upset that they marked "do not resuscitate" on everything.
TV-PG
10:00pm
Pregnant Pause (Part 1)
Carrie starts to worry that she might be pregnant and it couldn't happen at a worse time. When Arthur finds out he tries to convince her to tell Doug and when she won't, he brings Doug to her.
TV-PG
10:30pm
Pregnant Pause (Part 2)
Doug tells Carrie not to worry about the baby and he takes a second job to help store up money. When Carrie sees it is too much for Doug she decides she wants to help. In the end she loses the baby.
TV-PG
Thursday
September 4
12:00am
S'no Job
Doug's uncle Stu asks him to get Danny a job at IPS and Doug doesn't want Danny working there. He gets Danny the interview but convinces Supervisor O'Boyle to not hire him, then Doug feels guilty about it.
TV-PG
12:30am
Sight Gag
Doug realizes that Carrie has hated every gift he has given her. When she starts having to wear glasses again because her vision is going, he decides to get her laser eye surgery. But the problems come when Carrie ends up blind.
TV-PG
9:12pm
S'no Job
Doug's uncle Stu asks him to get Danny a job at IPS and Doug doesn't want Danny working there. He gets Danny the interview but convinces Supervisor O'Boyle to not hire him, then Doug feels guilty about it.
TV-PG
9:48pm
Sight Gag
Doug realizes that Carrie has hated every gift he has given her. When she starts having to wear glasses again because her vision is going, he decides to get her laser eye surgery. But the problems come when Carrie ends up blind.
TV-PG
10:24pm
Walk, Man
Doug and Carrie decide they want to have a baby, but Arthur keeps getting in the way.
TV-PG
11:00pm
Friender Bender
Doug and Carrie get in a fender bender with Deacon and Kelly, and the agreement for Doug and Carrie to pay for the damages to Deacon and Kelly's car causes problems between the two couples.
TV-PG