|The Drew Carey Show: Season Six|
|Caption:||"The Drew Carey Show" poster|
|No. of episodes||27|
|Original airdates:||October 4, 2000 - May 23, 2001|
The Drew Carey Show: Season 6Edit
This page lists all of the episodes aired in Season 6 of The Drew Carey Show. The "Drew Pops Something on Kate" episode premiered on ABC-TV on October 4, 2000; a total of 27 episodes aired during the season, which ended on May 23, 2001, with the airing of the episode "Bananas, Part II".
For the first part of the season, Drew is engaged to Kate, but after they break up he has a sham marriage with Wick, while Steve and Mimi have a baby together.
Season 6 (2000-2001)Edit
|Season 6 episodes|
|Image||Episode||# in Series||Title||Written by||Directed by||Original air date||Prod.#|
|1||128||"Drew Pops Something on Kate"||Paul Lieberstein||Gerry Cohen||October 4, 2000||226352 (6x1)|
| Drew buys a ring to propose to Kate, but then gets fired from Winfred-Louder. After waking up from a hangover, Lewis's "blood"-splattered T-shirt leads him and Oswald to suspect he might've killed Drew or Kate while inebriated.
Guest stars: Daniel Hagen (Interviewer), Robert Arce (Wilson), Kim Delgado (Anderson), Alice Frank (Cheerleader), Brendan Walsh (Kid), Charlie Weber (Brad), Donnie Eichar (Jared), Tim O'Rourke (Bartender), Chanie Costello (Twin #1), Julie Costello (Twin #2)
|2||129||"Be Drew to Your School"||Robert Borden||Gerry Cohen||October 18, 2000||226357 (6x2)|
|Drew and Kate declare they're engaged. Drew gets depressed over his life's failures and when the gang tries to cheer him up, they realize it could all be their own fault.
Guest stars: Sean Masterson (Bob), Louri Johnson (Gladys), Ivan Allen (Nick), Jocelyne Kelly (Nurse Anderson), Ben Ziff (Basketball Player), Steve Howey (Student), Carolyn Demirjian (Edna), Tac Fitzgerald (Football Player), Shannon Marie Woodward (Nick's Daughter)
|3||130||"Drew's Inheritance"||Mitch Hunter & Jana Hunter||Gerry Cohen||October 25, 2000||226353 (6x3)|
|Drew works at a school cafeteria but quits after being caught with a beer. Drew and Kate plan a scam marriage to claim Drew's inheritance from his uncle but Lewis and Oswald blow it.|
|4||131||"Mimi's a Partner"||Terry Mulroy||Bob Koherr||November 1, 2000||226355 (6x4)|
|A sizable chunk of Buzz beer money goes missing and the gang attempt to solve the mystery.|
|5||132||"Drew Live II"||Brian Scully||Gerry Cohen||November 8, 2000||226360 (6x5)|
|Features Whose Line Is It Anyway? cast members and Jay Leno. Drew offers to place Oswald and Lewis through his employment agency at the 'Shenanigans' bar, but there is only one position open.
Special Guest stars: Heather Locklear (Herself [uncredited]), Charlie Sheen (Himself [uncredited]), Jay Leno (Lewis' Boss)
|6||133||"The Pregnancy Scare"||Apryl Huntzinger||Sam Simon||November 15, 2000||226356 (6x6)|
|The gang celebrate Drew's refusal to marry Mr. Wick in return for his job, then they misinterpret Kate's hints about her possible pregnancy. Special appearance by the The Go-Go's, who also perform (audio only) the song, "Cleveland Rocks" over the normal opening credits.|
|7||134||"Drew and the Trail Scouts"||Daniel O'Keefe||Gerry Cohen||November 22, 2000||226358 (6x7)|
|Drew agrees to a phony green card marriage with Mr. Wick in exchange for his old job.
Guest stars: Robert Clotworthy (INS Inspector), Francis Guinan (Scoutmaster Bob), Jeremy Lawrence (Justice of the Peace), Michael Welch (Scout #1), A.J. Marton (Scout #2), Gregory Wheeler (Scout #3), Jack Salvatore, Jr. (Scout #4)
|8||135||"Drew and Kate Become Friends"||Mike Teverbauch & Linda Teverbauch||Gerry Cohen||November 29, 2000||226359 (6x8)|
|Drew agrees to a phony green card marriage with Mr. Wick in exchange for his old job.|
|9||136||"Drew Can't Carey a Tune"||Mike Teverbauch & Linda Teverbauch||Gerry Cohen||December 6, 2000||226351 (6x9)|
|Drew endeavors to get to into his new boss, Mr. Nichols' good books by attending his church. However, when he volunteers to sing at a church benefit event, things do not go smooth.|
|10||137||"Buzzie Wuzzie Liked His Beer"||Jody Paul||Gerry Cohen||December 13, 2000||226361 (6x10)|
|Drew sets up a booth for Buzz Beer at a local beer convention to which Lewis and Oswald get their star attraction - Buzzie, a beer-drinking, truck-driving ex-circus bear from DrugCo. All goes well until a camera flash spooks the bear.|
|11||138||"Fetal Attraction"||Apryl Hunzinger||Tommy Thompson||December 20, 2000||226364 (6x11)|
| A pregnant co-worker attempts to make Drew the father of her soon to be born child. Oswald and Lewis kidnap the Santa whom they work for as elves, when he treats them badly.
Guest stars: Susan Egan (Suzanne), Michael McShane (Ray), Marcy Goldman (Nurse), Judy Louise Johnson (Pregnant Woman #1), Daniele O'Loughlin (Pregnant Woman #2), Renee Ryan (Pregnant Woman #3), Ariel Llinas (Orderly)
|12||139||"The Warsaw Closes"||Jana Hunter & Mitch Hunter||Sam Simon||January 10, 2001||226365 (6x12)|
|Lewis and Oswald strike a perilous money-making plan, dealing with venomous snakes. After the guys take a 'leak' on Mimi's yard, she gets 'The Warsaw' closed by complaining to the cops.|
|13||140||"Oswald's Dad Returns"||Brian Scully||Sam Simon||January 17, 2001||226354 (6x13)|
|Oswald's longtime criminal father attempts to form a relationship after being released from prison. Later, Drew and Lewis tell him that his father is still scamming around people.|
|14||141||"All Work and No Play"||Sprio Skentzos||Gerry Cohen||January 24, 2001||226366 (6x14)|
|After spending too much time with Mr. Wick, Oswald, Lewis and Kate pick up British words and phrases whilst Drew feels left out. Later at the bar, they hear that Drew has been in an accident.|
|15||142||"Drew's in a Coma"||Les Firestein||Gerry Cohen||February 7, 2001||226362 (6x15)|
| Drew entertains himself inside his head living in a fantasy world, while his friends try to revive him from a coma. After they pull the plug on him, he takes a 'heavenly test' and finds he is eligible to either go to heaven or back to living.
Guest stars: Joe Walsh (Ed), Ben Stein (Heavenly Guide), David Purdham (Doctor), Michelle Ruben (Woman #1), Jamie Anderson (Woman #2), Charles Brome (Abraham Lincoln), Patrick Gorman (William Shakespeare), Charlie Stewart (Little Boy), Melanie Gage (Dancing Nurse), Nicholas Hill (Karate Guy), & John Valdetero (Captain Marvel)
|16||143||"Drew and the Baby"||Daniel O'Keefe||Bob Koherr||February 14, 2001||226363 (6x16)|
| The gang take a comatose Drew's body home. En route to heaven, Drew meets his baby nephew who is about to be born and they trade places so that Drew can convince the baby of his reasons to be born. Drew is shown as a baby for a while and later he realises he wants to live as well and wakes out of his coma.
Guest stars: David Purdham (Doctor #1), Denise Y. Dowse (Doctor #2), Jon Polito (Baby (voice)), Bob Van Dusen (Guy #1), Orlando Ashley (Guy #2), Andi Masterson (Nurse)
|17||144||"Hush Little Baby"||Chris Bishop||Sam Simon||February 21, 2001||226367 (6x17)|
|When Steve falls sick, a reluctant Drew has to stay with Mimi to help her with the baby who won't stop crying unless Drew is around. Lewis has a bad cold and feels he is about to die and begins to break the rules. Things get weirder when he enters the bar naked and prances around.|
|18||145||"Drew's Life After Death"||Jody Paul||Shelley Jensen||February 28, 2001||226368 (6x18)|
|Drew finds Mimi has fabricated his 'death' using a death certificate from the doctor when he was in a coma. Lewis and Oswald encash his life insurance policy and use the money to splash out on electric wheelchairs and men to carry them around. After volunteering at a crisis center, a depressed Drew decides to be a risk-taker and returns back with a motorcycle.
Guest stars: Derek Anthony (Counselor), Megan Gray (Young Woman), Brad Parker (Junkie), Lucia Williams (Waitress), Lindsay Hollister (Office Women), Kate Gladfelter (Woman #1), Zoe Yeoman (Woman #2), Michael Francis Clarke (Man), Chris Bonno (Young Man), Stan Sellers (Middle-Aged Guy)
|19||146||"Drew and the Motorcycle"||Paul Lieberstein||Gerry Cohen||March 14, 2001||226369 (6x19)|
|Lewis and Oswald are busy spending the insurance money from Drew's 'death', but get nervous when Drew pretends to be Kyle, Drew's bike-riding brother and starts dating the insurance company's cute agent. The scam is finally exposed and Drew is forced to sell off his motorcycle to pay back the money.|
|20||147||"Kate and Her New Boyfriend"||Les Firestein||Bob Koherr||March 21, 2001||226371 (6x20)|
|Steve orders Drew and Mimi to call a truce as their hostility could be a bad influence on the baby. Kate's new boyfriend Eric stirs Drew's jealousy.|
|21||148||"What's Wrong With This Episode? IV"||Terry Mulroy||Sam Simon||March 28, 2001||226370 (6x21)|
|Drew and Oswald make a video of Lewis to convince him that he is mean and evil. The video makes Lewis turn over a new leaf and become ultra-religious, much to the annoyance of everyone else.
Guest stars: Meshach Taylor (Oswald's Double), Gary Coleman (Drew's Double), Jimmie Walker (Lewis' Double), Gabriel Köerner (Frank), Thea Vidale (Mimi's Double), Kim Fields (Kate's Double), Robert Torti (Nick)
|22||149||"The Easter Show"||Mike Teverbaugh, Linda Teverbaugh & Brian Scully (Story)||Gerry Cohen||April 11, 2001||226372 (6x22)|
|Drew employs Oswald to deliver chocolate baskets on Easter morning. All goes well until he gets greedy and spoils all the chocolate. Meanwhile, Lewis meets the girl of his dreams but accidentally erases her number.|
Alternately titled: The Christening
Story: Jana Hunter & Mitch Hunter
|Gerry Cohen||May 2, 2001||226375 (6x23)|
|Drew has to babysit Steve and Mimi's child before his christening ceremony. But Lewis and Oswald make off with the baby, so they can take 'family' portraits at Winfred-Lauder's new studio.|
|24||151||" Drew and the Activist, Part I"||Daniel O'Keefe & Paul Lieberstein||Sam Simon||May 9, 2001||226373 (6x24)|
|Drew starts dating a social activist, Rachel, who is trying to blow the whistle on one of DrugCo's secretive projects and Lewis suspects Drew is passing on information to her.|
|25||152||"Drew and The Activist, Part II"||Christy Jacobs White||Gerry Cohen||May 16, 2001||226374 (6x25)|
|The guys and Mimi decide to throw a barbecue party to bar-owners to promote Buzz-beer. Mimi, Oswald and Lewis buy a sack of meat for the barbecue, but disagreement brews when Drew insists on serving just veggie-burgers, on Rachel's prodding.|
|26||153||"Bananas, Part I"||Adam Faberman & Kristen Marvin|
Story: Jody Paul
|Gerry Cohen||May 23, 2001||226376 (6x26)|
|Drew is made manager of the new Winfred-Louder women's store, but the pressure starts to get to him. Lewis and Oswald get jobs at Fred's Fireworks, resulting in firecrackers getting lit in Drew's house and Lewis' eyebrows getting blown off.|
|27||154||"Bananas, Part II"||Holly Hester and Apryl Huntzinger||Gerry Cohen||May 23, 2001||226377 (6x27)|
|When Drew goes missing, the gang try to piece together what happened from clues in Drew's back yard. Oswald and Lewis find out he's in a mental institution and check themselves in and hatch an escape plan for Drew.
Guest stars: Ben Bowden (Pete), Bob Bouchard (Quintin), Benton Jennings (Bill), Ron Geren (Kirby), Clarinda Ross (Administrator), Jimmy Palumbo (Dennis), Jim Zulevic (Earl), Mary Gillis (Nurse Beylin), Tom Pardoe (Henderson), Harry Groener (Doctor Hershlag), David Ruprecht (Inmate)