The Drew Carey Show

Season 9 Episode 21

Sleeping with the Enemy

Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Aug 25, 2004 on ABC
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Episode Summary

Sleeping with the Enemy
Drew and Kellie's new relationship is threatened by their strong political differences.

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Drew Carey

Drew Carey

Drew Allison Carey

Diedrich Bader

Diedrich Bader

Oswald Lee Harvey

Ryan Stiles

Ryan Stiles

Lewis Kiniski

Kathy Kinney

Kathy Kinney

Mimi Bobeck Carey (episode 2+)

Cynthia Watros

Cynthia Watros

Kellie Newmark (2002-2004)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • At Drew's house, when Mimi and Oswald are discussing the party, a camera can be clearly seen on the right above the blue chair. It's gone the next time the chair is shown.

    • Crewmember seen - In HD -When Kellie and Drew get off of the bed covered with coats a crewmember's right arm and light blue shirt can plainly seen on the right side of the screen as he is standing facing the foot of the bed - In Analog - you can see the crewmemeber's shadow on the wall and it is obviously not Kellie or Drew.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • (Traylor is bragging about her new SUV)
      Kellie: Doesn't that get like, 4 miles to the gallon?
      Traylor: (mutters under her breath) I wish.
      Kellie: Don't you care about the environment?
      Traylor: No, when I hit a deer, it doesn't even make a dent.

    • (Drew and Kellie are discussing the topic of gun control)
      Drew: I did some reading, and it turns out all shooting deaths are caused by guns.

    • (Oswald and Mimi are arm wrestling)
      Drew: Hey Oswald, don't forget to pull the head off, or she'll never die.

    • Traylor: I'll be right back, I left my door unlocked, and everybody in the office hates me.

    • Drew: Yeah, Fair and Balanced, just like the slogan.
      Kellie: They're about as fair and balanced as my grandmother's breasts.

  • NOTES (3)


    • Traylor: Will I get to see one of your relatives challenge the Devil to a fiddle contest?

      In the song The Devil Went Down to Georgia by The Charlie Daniels Band, a young fiddle player named Johnny is challenged to a fiddling contest by the Devil. If the Devil wins, he gets Johnny's soul. If Johnny wins, he gets a gold fiddle. In the end, the Devil acknowledges that Johnny is the better fiddle player and gives him the gold fiddle.