The Drew Carey Show

Series Summary
The fictional version of comedian Drew Carey is a hapless employee for Cleveland's Winfred-Louder department store, which becomes an Internet shopping site. His lifelong pals help him enjoy life while they share beer, a game of pool and genuine conversation. His nemesis is heavily made-up, tackily dressed co-worker Mimi.

Air Dates: 1995 - Present

Genres: Sitcom

Network: ABC


  • Season 9, Ep. 26 : Finale Sep 8, 2004

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    Kellie goes into labor early after finally agreeing to marry Drew, forcing him to try to throw together a hospital wedding before the birth.

  • Season 9, Ep. 25 : The Passion of the Wick Sep 8, 2004

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    Drew tries to finance a retro department store, and his investor wants Drew to conceal a mistress from his wife and father-in-law.

  • Season 9, Ep. 24 : Knot in the Mood Sep 1, 2004

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    Drew puts his plan to propose to Kellie on hold when he finds out her parents (Michael Gross, Susan Sullivan) are getting a divorce.

  • Season 9, Ep. 23 : Love, Sri Lankan Style Sep 1, 2004

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    When Drew's wayward brother sneaks back to Ohio, Drew tries to reunite him with Mimi in a last-ditch effort to get her out of the house.

  • Season 9, Ep. 22 : Assault With a Lovely Weapon Aug 25, 2004

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    A strip-club accident forces Drew to admit to Kellie that he visited the club with Lewis and Oswald; Mimi decides to form an all-girl band.

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  • The crew-cut and heavy black glasses are more memorable than the series. [13 Sep 1995] Show More

  • Carey is likable enough, but The Drew Carey Show needs polishing if it's going to grow on America. [13 Sep 1995] Show More

  • Carey himself is a fidgety guy. He doesn't just deliver a line — he kind of dances around it, shifting his weight from one foot to the other. At first I found this, combined with his habit of looking down and grinning fixedly when he speaks to someone, pretty annoying. But his lines are so amusing and his timing so sharp that I've come to like Carey's anti-acting style. Show More

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