5. Juni king of queens arthur spence casino. Comedy · When Carrie has to take a trip to Lowes because she is re-doing her office, she asks Spence. Also hat Doug eine Idee: Er heuert die junge Holly an, die sich um den Hund von Spence kümmert. Sie soll drei Mal wöchentlich mit Arthur spazieren gehen. Grillen, Fernsehen, Zocken – So verbringen unsere Jungs in King of Queens Doch die Casino-Besuche – meistens in Atlantic City in New Jersey Doug ( Scooter), Arthur (Beans), Spence, Deacon und Richie beim Pokern in der Garage .
When Arthur comes home from his vacation, he brings Doug and Carrie a set of sheets as a souvenir and he brings some bed bugs along too. Carrie and Doug then have to have an exterminator take care of them and he said it will take all night.
So now they have to spend the night out in the city where a lot happens. Spence and Danny argue on where they want to take a vacation.
Danny wants to go to Vegas, while Spence wants to go to the Aztec Ruins. So to settle their argument they wrestle for it.
After Carrie pushes Doug down the stairs she starts to feel guilty, and Doug milks it for all he can get.
On the party for their eleventh anniversary, Doug and Carrie get a portrait of the two of them from Deacon and Kelly. They dislike it so much they stage a fake robbery to get rid of it.
It's Doug's 40th birthday and when Carrie's co-worker begins to question Carrie on whether Doug is freaking out or not about getting older and not accomplishing a whole lot, Carrie then begins to try to make Doug realize that he should start wanting to do more with his life.
So Doug decides he wants to ride a roller coaster that he was to afraid to ride when he was younger. When going to the cinema, Doug and Carrie can't decide on which film they want to see.
They run into Deacon and Kelly and it turns out Kelly wants to see the picture Doug wants to see and Deacon likes the film Carrie likes.
It turns out Doug and Kelly have more in common and they start doing more things together. So do Deacon and Carrie. Carrie has to go build houses in Hartford for work while Doug wants to watch Planet of the Apes all weekend with her.
He follows her to Harford and finds out she had a change of plans that didn't involve him. Meanwhile Danny and Spence find a way to sneak into a Huey Lewis concert, but things don't go well.
Carrie's work has her mentor a troubled teen, but when actually hanging out with the teen, Carrie begins to become more pressured into her old misbehaving self.
But Doug later befriends one of them and he tries to keep the relationship secret. Arthur accidentally starts a fire in Doug and Carrie's basement, so Carrie then begins to think that her and Doug should find him a retirement home to go live in.
When Doug starts to clean out the basement by removing Arthur's things, Doug sees that Arthur used to be an actor and he finds out that he gave up the career for Carrie.
This gives Doug second thoughts on giving Arthur the boot. It's Danny and Spence's two year anniversary and Spence reminds Danny on the bet they had on Spence getting the bigger room, but Danny is willing to fight him over it.
Doug does not like it and waits for warmer weather, but Arthur does not seem to want to move back. Doug is appalled when he finds out Carrie frequently cheats at board games.
She tries to get better but maybe the reason behind her behavior needs to be found first. Back in the s, Richie invites Carrie and a friend of hers over to his and Doug's apartment.
While Richie hits it off with the friend, Doug and Carrie have a tough time. Doug and Carries are happy with their new friends.
But then the Shmenkmans meet Deacon and Kelly and it turns out the two couples have a lot in common.
Doug takes Arthur out for lunch, so Carrie can arrange a surprise birthday party. Doug runs into some problems with Arthur at the buffet, meanwhile the waiting guests back home are starting to fight.
Ben Wexler Teleplay by: Doug decides to become a " big brother " and agrees to participate in a 10 kilometer race supporting heart disease.
Doug gets tricked by Tim Sacksky Bryan Cranston into falling for a pyramid scheme , disguised as a way to make large amounts of money selling water filters.
Carrie gets angry at a waiter and the manager at a recently found favorite restaurant of Doug's. So Carrie bans him from ever going there again. Carrie is jealous when someone from her work gets flowers and takes it out on Doug.
Doug and Carrie both have very specific ideas on how to spend their vacation together. Doug wants to rent an RV , while Carrie prefers a visit to Paris.
They flip a coin, and Doug wins. In order to make Doug reconsider his idea, Carrie invites her father on the cross-country trip.
She assumes that Doug would not want to spend his vacation in a confined space with the old man. However, to spite her, Doug not only agrees to take Arthur along, but invites Spence as well.
Carrie is turned on by Doug 's imitation of his new Hispanic co-worker, Rico. He later becomes jealous of Rico when he realizes that Carrie seems more responsive to him when he imitates Rico.
Meanwhile, Arthur drags an Indian delivery boy into chronicling his own life story. Carrie has Doug sign a congratulatory card for his boss' twenty years at the company.
Her boss is grateful for the congratulatory remark when he opens the card and decides that he wants Doug to participate in the banquet roast, where the latter blames Carrie for this fiasco.
Doug rises to the occasion, however, and even manages to get some good laughs out of the audience, until he starts to tell some jokes that hit a little too close to home.
Doug is offended that Carrie wants him to lose weight, so he vows to lose 30 pounds. After his failed attempt to settle the score by remarking that she wears too much make-up in which her co-workers would actually give her compliments, Doug makes up Carrie's other "quirks".
Carrie decides to return to college with very little time to get things done. Doug's car breaks down, so he goes out and buys a new Jeep Grand Cherokee just as his union goes on strike against IPS.
Second week of the IPS strike; Doug gets a job as a substitute teacher. The IPS strike is in its third week, and both Doug and Deacon are spending the majority of their days doing very little outside of sleeping all day.
Carrie and Kelly decide to make a play date with Doug, Deacon and Arthur, but the plan backfires when they turn into a trio of merry pranksters.
They consult Arthur, who quickly recalls some other Thanksgivings and finally recalls when he was having a fight with his new wife, Lily Florence Henderson , as Doug was coming over to meet the family.
Doug and Carrie watch Deacon and Kelly's kids while they are out of town. When one of the kids sees them making love in the Palmers' bedroom, they must keep him from telling his parents.
Arthur begins to work at Carrie's law firm. Meanwhile, Doug and Deacon compete for the best practical joke. Doug and Deacon go shopping together for their wives' Christmas presents.
They each buy cameras, but Deacon chooses one that is less expensive than the one Doug got because Kelly, Deacon's wife, often loses her cameras.
When Carrie correctly guesses what Doug got for her, she convinces him to give her the camera early so that she can take photos at her office's Christmas party.
Unfortunately, one of the new partners at Carrie's law firm gives everyone nicer cameras for Christmas. Meanwhile, Arthur sees an opportunity to have his script made into a movie when Lou Ferrigno moves next door.
Instead of driving out of state for their friends' wedding, Carrie and Doug decide to stay home and later tell the couple that they were there, but did not see them.
After thinking things through that their friends will notice their absence nonetheless, they decide to go to the wedding anyway.
Meanwhile, Arthur gets Spence to participate in his scheme to get discounted shoes. After Carrie tells Doug that it's okay for him to find other women attractive, he asks her to tell him which men she finds attractive.
Among others, she says she finds Deacon good looking, which causes Doug to become jealous. Doug complains about it to Deacon, who brags about it to his wife, Kelly.
Deacon's paintball birthday party turns into a jealous war. Doug is surprised to find his married best friend, Deacon, out with another woman. Meanwhile, Carrie questions her relationship with Doug because of their different views on cheating.
After Deacon and Kelly's separation, Carrie begins to wonder about her own marriage. She convinces Doug to put their sex lives on hold for two weeks because Carrie feels that they should resolve their arguments verbally, not always physically.
Meanwhile, Deacon adjusts moving in with Spence after being separated from Kelly and Arthur reluctantly dates a woman who's been hitting on him ever since her cousin passed away, but has a change of heart when she claims that she once slept with Frank Sinatra.
When Doug lies to Carrie to play mud football, he gets sick and starts feeling guilty. He consequently has dreams about it based on television shows such as The Honeymooners , Wheel of Fortune , The Young and the Restless and television film Brian's Song.
When Doug accuses Carrie of being too hard on Arthur, he volunteers to be the latter's caretaker, only to find the task much more demanding than he had anticipated.
Meanwhile, Carrie gets addicted to tanning cream after helping her neighbor, Lou Ferrigno , spread it all over his body. During the Palmer's separation, Doug and Carrie go to the movies with Kelly while Deacon takes care of the kids at Spence's house.
At the movies, Carrie runs into Bill Joseph C. Phillips , a co-worker who seems interested in Kelly. The two end up going on a date just when Deacon is ready to patch things up with her.
Doug becomes uncomfortable during their reunion when his parents ask him to sign their living will, making him responsible for pulling the plug.
When Doug's sister Stephanie gets wind of this, she is offended that she wasn't selected to be responsible for the unenviable task.
When Carrie rejects their idea of a combined backyard by reinstalling the fence, the Sackskys retaliate by installing an above ground pool.
Doug doesn't want him working there but he also doesn't want to look bad to the family so he instructs his boss Mr. O'Boyle Sam McMurray to interview him but not hire him.
Meanwhile, Arthur fills out audience comment cards on a new movie. Carrie discovers that she's pregnant and she panics that the timing is wrong.
Meanwhile, Deacon and Kelly begin to reconcile, leaving Spence out in the cold, and Arthur insists that Doug build him his own bathroom in the basement.
This episode marks the first appearance of Nicole Sullivan , whose character is a baby store employee named Marilyn who tries to help Carrie.
Sullivan was added to the cast as a new character the next season, and was elevated to main star in the three seasons after that.
The plan backfires when Carrie starts spending more time on her own endeavors rather than with Doug. Doug surprises Carrie with laser eye surgery for her birthday.
In an effort to save money, he chooses a cheaper doctor that results in a very worried couple when her sight does not return properly.
Doug is on course to break the record for the number of days without an "incident" - no complaints and no broken packages.
The older members of the IPS depot aren't too happy that Doug is going to break the record held by their friend.
Following Kelly and Carrie to dinner, Doug, with Deacon as his passenger, accidentally hits Kelly's car while sneaking a peek at a strip club.
Carrie brings Doug to her company retreat for the weekend. Carrie tries to get Doug to look like a successful person, but he puts on a bad show.
Doug tells Carrie that he'll try to work harder to her get a promotion, only to go too far when he tells one of the senior partners that he climbed Mt.
Arthur has a heart attack after Doug accidentally scares him on Halloween. While Arthur is in the hospital, Carrie starts doubting that she still loves her father.
After looking in his room and discovering her Florida State University acceptance letter, it is revealed that Arthur hid this for his own selfish reasons, further questioning her feelings for him.
Doug and Carrie decide to install a hidden camera in the basement to monitor Arthur when he comes home from the hospital.
One night, whilst in Doug's garage, Danny, Deacon and Spence happen upon the camera, which has been wired into the Heffernan's television network on Channel so that they can watch Arthur from the TV.
Soon, Doug's three friends become addicted to what they call "Arthur TV". Elsewhere, Doug and Carrie fall out over who will take care of Arthur if they die.
With the episode being set before Doug and Carrie's marriage, Carrie is very nervous in marrying Doug to the point where she can't stop vomiting.
When the two meet with their priest, he remembers that Doug and Carrie met at camp as kids with the former being at football camp , which alleviates the latter's jitters.
When Doug shares the story to his family, his cousin Danny reveals that it was actually him that Carrie fell on, not Doug, in which the latter was actually at "fat" camp that year.
Doug must now break the news to a now-relieved Carrie. Meanwhile, Arthur couldn't pay for Doug and Carrie's wedding, leading him to convince Doug's parents to pay for it, only to spend way too much money on unnecessary things.
Doug takes the oxygen mask all for himself when his and Carrie's plane makes a rough landing, only for it to simply hit the ground.
Carrie becomes upset knowing that Doug wouldn't help her if she was in real danger, so he attempts to lessen his guilt by arguing that she would do the exact same thing and by thinking of times when he helped her.
His efforts end in vain when she reveals that his mistake significantly changed her outlook of him. Meanwhile, Spence moves in with Danny.
Carrie's boss requests her to get Doug to be an expert witness in her company's court case, but she feels unsure on how Doug will do.
She enlists Deacon instead, only to have second thoughts on not using Doug. Meanwhile, Spence and Danny have a house-warming party after moving in together, where Danny meets Holly.
Danny wants to ask Holly out, only for Spence to forbid it. Doug and Carrie want to conceive, but receive another negative pregnancy result. When it is revealed that Carrie only has one working ovary, they find that they must get started in conceiving right away, only to be hindered when Doug's parents visit.
Carrie grows jealous when Spence's girlfriend recruits Doug to test her culinary work. Meanwhile, Arthur's lack of classical movie knowledge shocks Carrie.
Deacon convinces Doug to come along to Atlantic City for a weekend. Carrie wants to go salsa dancing with Doug but concedes to the latter's wishes and goes to Atlantic City with him.
However, Deacon sends a message that he won't be coming, revealing his falling out with Kelly. Doug and Deacon's boss on the other hand, overhears their conversation and ends up meeting Doug and Carrie at Atlantic City, much to the couple's dismay.
Carrie persuades Doug to take Deacon to a nightclub to cheer him up, but it's Doug who really gets into the scene.
Doug and Carrie sneak off to New Orleans without Doug's cousins after reneging on a deal to travel with them.
The trip soon turns into a struggle to stop Doug's cousins from finding out their ruse. Carrie's work has an annual golf trip, but Doug and Carrie used to always take Deacon and Kelly.
Now that Deacon and Kelly have separated, Doug and Carrie have to try to find another couple to invite to the golf trip. Carrie meets Leslie and has a hard time bonding with her despite Doug being able to.
Meanwhile, Holly agrees to watch Deacon's kids as he goes to the annual golf trip, but she has to bring a reluctant Arthur along.
Carrie doesn't think it is a good idea but is afraid to tell Doug. Carrie goes on a business trip to Chicago when Doug's parents decide to come for a week trip.
During his time at work, Doug's boss informs him and his fellow IPS drivers that they're going to have to take a test that could affect their status as drivers.
Doug is worried about the test and doesn't know how to attend to his parents, but his mother makes it easier for him by taking care of him and his household.
Doug begins to feel young like a teenager again, leading him to take his studies for granted and fail his test. Carrie starts joining a co-worker for after-work cocktails and Doug realizes that she's less abrasive whenever she comes home.
When Carrie reveals having a fallout with her, Doug and Arthur conspire in making Carrie less sober to keep her in good spirits, making their neighbor Lou Ferrigno uncomfortable with the whole ordeal.
Doug and Spence have a high school reunion where the former is looking forward to it until Carrie starts sporting a new hairstyle, which is a tight bun that he thinks looks like a librarian's hair.
Doug is now afraid that she'll also sport that hairstyle to the reunion. Meanwhile, Spence doesn't want to attend the reunion because he had a relationship with one of his teachers that ended really badly.
Doug and Carrie donate enough money to Kirby's school library to become one of its patrons. However, a series of misunderstandings with the librarian, Nana Louise Marla Gibbs , lead Doug and Carrie to go to great lengths to correct her mistakes.
Doug suspects that his dentist Dr. Farber Tim Matheson is purposely hurting him during his visits because the dentist once had a thing for Carrie.
Meanwhile, Arthur volunteers to teach Deacon's son to play the piano, despite the fact that he doesn't know anything about playing it. When Carrie and Arthur's constant fighting begins to irritate Doug, Arthur is taken to a therapist William Hurt to discuss why he has to yell and act up all the time.
It is revealed that Arthur's problems stem from his childhood, by being horribly treated by his own father Ben Stiller.
Doug gets Arthur to accompany him in his bed because he cannot sleep without Carrie. After Carrie receives a bonus after a prayer in church, Carrie starts praying for many things mostly petty.
Doug is disgusted but soon "sees the light" and joins in on Carrie's "prayer spree". Meanwhile, Arthur hosts an open house on the Heffernan House in an attempt to trade-in to a better home with a better room for him to live in, dragging Holly Nicole Sullivan in the process.
Deacon complains to Doug about how much Kirby hates football, so he gets Doug to play football again to encourage him. Carrie recently accepts a job given out by her boss, babysitting for his child.
Even though his child is already about 4 years old, he constantly keeps grabbing her breasts; After seeing Denise Rachel Dratch an unattractive woman working at the bowling alley, Doug throws her a "mercy flirt" but the woman mistakes it for sexual harassment.
Doug gets jealous because someone calls Carrie's new work friend, Kurt her "work husband" even though Kurt is gay. Meanwhile, Doug and Margy get into a heated argument where Doug claims that he wrote her a song when they were dating, only to find out for himself that he didn't finish it.
At a wedding, Doug is bored and Deacon recalls a story of his own wedding where someone took a photo of their behind. Doug gets inspired and takes a disposable camera into the restroom and tries to copy the story only this time it's his "be-front"!
After Carrie receives some tickets to four Knicks games from her boss, she tries to find a couple to go with her and Doug. Carrie finds a couple but Doug does not like her husband and Doug finds a couple but Carrie does not like the wife, leaving Carrie to come up with the idea of a "Franken-couple".
Doug enjoys the single life after he lends Carrie out to Deacon during Thanksgiving to help him out. Doug later goes to a toy convention with Spence to try to track one down.
After a sequence of events, Doug thinks Deacon bought him the toy. Carrie thinks Holly bought her a leather jacket, because Arthur gets Holly to disclose Carrie's gift to him.
After a successful visit to a therapist Dave Foley about Doug's over-eating, Carrie gets the therapist to work on other problems Doug has without Doug knowing.
Carrie gets mad at Doug for not asking about her job evaluation and at that the fact that he never thinks of her because he is too busy planning his Super Bowl party.
Doug and Carrie pick up their photos at a drug store on their way home, only to find out that they received photos of another couple known as the Hoffermans upon viewing them.
Realising that the Hoffermans are very active people who lead more exciting lives, Carrie forces Doug to engage in more strenuous activities with her like scuba diving.
Meanwhile, a delighted Arthur buys himself a cellphone, only to feel disappointed when nobody gets in touch with him through it.
On Valentine's Day, Carrie has to cancel dinner with Doug because he and Deacon have to deliver two penguins to Albany.
Holly is recently dumped so Carrie takes her out to a nightclub in hopes of cheering her up. Arthur and Spence spend their Valentine's Day at Arthur's senior center.
Before handing over the money, he looks through receipts, and soon discovers that Carrie has spent large amounts on clothes.
Doug and Carrie hire Steve Charles Rocket and his group of Russian mold employees to repair their damage, but it takes much longer and costs more than they expected.
Doug wants to avoid going to an opera planned by Carrie, so he lies and says he was working late. After Carrie finds out about his lie, Doug admits that he lies because he is scared of her.
Holly makes the mistake of giving Arthur a mini-trophy that says "World's Best Grandfather", because Arthur would rather be more like a father to her.
Carrie discovers a "loop hole" in the system, where she has up to 30 days to return items she purchases. Soon, it gets out of hand and she fills up her entire office with a temporary wardrobe.
Doug finds out that Arthur owns inherited property where there is a house built, but there's just one problem, it's co-owned by his hated half-brother, Skitch Shelley Berman.
Doug attempts to reunite the brothers in an attempt to have Arthur move out. After a visit at his parents' house, Doug finds out that his dog has died and been replaced 3 times.
Plus, Doug is informed by his parents that he was born in Montreal, Quebec. Doug tricks Arthur into asking Carrie for things that Doug actually likes because Carrie is more apt to listening to Arthur.
After their bed gets destroyed, Doug and Carrie sleep in separate beds and enjoy their time apart. Meanwhile, Arthur gets hooked on eavesdropping on their neighbor Lou Ferrigno 's gossips on the neighborhood with his newly-discovered window on the basement.
Doug takes Carrie on a trip to a lakeside hotel in celebration of his recent weight loss, only later to find it wasn't Carrie that he took previously.
Doug and Carrie end up lost in the woodland and go their separate ways, only to reunite at the end. Doug becomes crazed with winning when Arthur buys a ping pong table.
Doug and Carrie go through hell to prepare their vow-renewal ceremony. Doug finds out Deacon is moving on with a new girl at the same time Kelly is ready to reconcile.
Doug pretends to work at Carrie's law firm to play on the company's softball team. Danny becomes the landscaper for Carrie's new gynaecologist Dr.
Crawford Judge Reinhold , which turns out to be trouble when his bill is larger than his estimate. Carrie fears she may lose her job after hearing that the company is intent on firing the "dead wood".
A stranger wearing an eye patch Nick Offerman waiting outside makes for a tense Thanksgiving dinner with friends at the Heffernan House.
After applying for many jobs and constantly being rejected, Carrie decides to stop searching and intends to complete other things in her life. Shortly after however, she becomes lazy, depressed and spends all her time at home.
Carrie gets a temp job at IPS and Doug feels she's around him all the time. Meanwhile, Arthur wants a family Christmas photo and will have anybody in it with him.
Doug and Carrie look back on how they got their house. Doug and Carrie scam Arthur out of his Bingo winnings.
Carrie befriends Doug's ex-girlfriend Trish Janeane Garofalo , with whom he treated poorly. Carrie immediately gets tired of Trish, so she uses her to get discounts at Saks the same way Doug used Trish in order to sleep with her.
Meanwhile, Spence agrees to go out with a guy to boost his self-esteem following his break-up with his girlfriend, only to feel "more undesirable" when the guy doesn't make a move on him.
In a trio plot: Arthur tries to sell his extra funeral plot. Carrie takes up dog walking to earn some extra money. Doug makes an interesting new friend on his new route.
Doug's old grade school bully Jon Favreau becomes friends with Deacon. Doug cannot seem to let go of the past and continues his hatred for him, because he accused Doug of licking a trash can.
Carrie backs her husband up until she realizes the man is a district attorney who might have a position for Carrie at his office.
Doug and Carrie convince Deacon and Kelly to go with them to Doug's parents' home in Florida for vacation. When Arthur nearly costs Carrie a new job, he vows to set things right.
Doug deliberately scares away all of Carrie's friends from work. Spence learns that women have a soft spot for guys who take care of the elderly and starts spending time with Arthur.
Arthur fills in for a senior-center employee. Doug helps Arthur compete in the seniors shuffleboard competition against a rival William Daniels.
Holly cooks for Carrie while she is sick and Carrie milks it for all it is worth. Holly moves in with Doug and Carrie when she is evicted.
Doug takes advantage of her by making her his "downstairs wife" for food and Carrie being his "upstairs wife" for sex.
Doug takes Carrie to a spa in hopes that he will earn enough "wife credit" for Carrie to allow him to go to Las Vegas with his friends.
Doug feels lonely when Carrie enjoys her job after a recent promotion. Doug learns his over-eating is caused by Carrie's anger. Doug gets outrageously jealous when a new driver is the center of attention doing comedy bits of celebrity impressions, so he sends him to the wrong route.