This was the second to last episode of The King of Queens. It was sad to see one of TV's last juggernaut comedies end its run, but it looks like the era of the great family sitcom is dead. Niche shows, and low ratings are the new Jeffersons and Brady Bunch.
Anyway, this episode was not what I would call "well-written" but having laughed at these characters for nearly a decade, even half the effort would result in laughs. I did not really enjoy this whole "separated, but not separated" storyline, but I guess they needed something to end the show on.