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Douglas Steven "Doug" Heffernan is a fictional character in the American situation comedy The King of Queens. Doug first met Carrie's father, Arthur ( Jerry Stiller), at a Thanksgiving dinner that went horribly wrong. Doug was nearly scared. The King of Queens is an American sitcom that originally ran on CBS from September 21, , In one flashback episode, "Meet By-Product", Doug meets Carrie when he is a bouncer at a nightclub that Carrie attends. However, in another. With Kevin James, Leah Remini, Patton Oswalt, Larry Romano. Its Valentines day and Doug and Carrie reminisce about the first time when they met and how it.
He was All-County in football during his junior and senior years. Frequent references to this era show that Doug was very popular in school, and it is because of this that he thinks of high school as the best years of his life.
Unlike other popular jocks who usually bully outsiders and geeks, Doug was never like that in high school and the main reason why he was liked. In the episode "Hi, School", Doug says to Carrie during an argument: After graduation he went on to junior college Nassau Community Collegelocated on Long Islandbut dropped out after eight days, without any clear plan.
He tried out for the Nassau County Rebels, a semi-professional football team, but ultimately quit, because of politics. He later acquired a job as a bouncer at a bar. While dating Carrie, Doug inadvertently landed his final, and longest-standing, job as a truck driver for the fictional International Parcel Service IPS. Doug's trademark phrase is "Shutty! Marriage[ edit ] Early in the series it was stated that Doug and Carrie had known each other in junior high.
That story was re-written; the new plot stated that Doug and his friend Richie met Carrie at a club, then went on a double date that did not go well until the end.
Doug first met Carrie's father, Arthur Jerry Stillerat a Thanksgiving dinner that went horribly wrong. Doug was nearly scared away by Arthur, who disapproved of the relationship, but later in this episode he and Carrie declare their love for one another. Doug and Carrie got engaged at a Jets game and married inprior to the start of the series.
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Holly Shumpert seasons 3—9; played by Nicole Sullivan is a polite, yet timid dog-walker who along with the Heffernans lives in Queens, where she was hired by Doug and Carrie to walk Arthur.
She is often seen arriving at the Heffernan house to pick up Arthur but is also a family friend of the Heffernans. She is often viewed as strange because of her habits, the men she dates and her habit of overdrinking, to which she openly confesses.
Holly is a gentle soul, especially as she puts up with Arthur's antics, and is kind to Carrie despite the fact that Carrie often mistreats her. Holly was written out of the series at the beginning of season eight, but she later returned, pregnant, for one last appearance in the series finale " China Syndrome ".
Sullivan appeared as a different character in the season 3 episode "Pregnant Pause". Sara Spooner season 1; played by Lisa Rieffel is Carrie's younger half-sister, an irresponsible aspiring actress. She appears in only five of the first six episodes. She was only mentioned one other time although not by name in episode 52 "Roast Chicken" by Doug as an excuse to his boss to get out of performing a roast. After the show became more popular, Kevin James was asked to explain what happened to Sara during an interview.
According to James, the producers could not think of any storylines to develop Rieffel's character, so she was discontinued. During the pilot she was on camera for roughly half the episode. However, in the other episodes in which she was included, her character did not have much to say or do. Subsequent dialogue suggests that Sara Spooner never existed, and that Carrie is an only child.
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She has two children with Deacon. Kelly and Deacon experience some serious relationship problems, much more serious than the petty arguments between Doug and Carrie. On one occasion, Deacon mentions being hit in the head with a frying pan.
She was absent from the show in because she needed to take a break from the series; during this period, her character was estranged from Deacon and engaged in a brief affair. Lou Ferrigno seasons 3—9; himself is the actor known for his role as The Incredible Hulk. Ferrigno and his wife are neighbors of the Heffernans. A running gag on the series is that the neighbors including the Heffernans are fascinated by him and it gets on his nerves.
Lou does not like people telling him Hulk jokes. Other characters often make reference to his previous role as the Hulk. For example, at one point Doug is angry and Lou tries to calm him down; Doug retorts with the famous line from the Hulk series "Don't make me angry; you wouldn't like me when I am angry". Also, in the episode "Gym Neighbors", it is revealed that he has a video game addiction. He is Doug's boss and friend throughout most of the show, whom he mostly refers to as "Heffernan".
He is in most IPS scenes throughout the show. He is also a recovering alcoholic and gambling addict. O'Donohue appears in an episode from season one "White Collar", Romano's appearance was successful enough to warrant all other lead characters Patricia HeatonBrad GarrettDoris Robertsand Peter Boyle to appear as their respective characters as well.
She is portrayed by Zabriske in her first appearance in "S'aint Valentines", but portrayed by Meara for the rest of the series. Meara had previously appeared in "S'aint Valentines" as a woman who flirts with Arthur. Arthur and Veronica marry in the series finale, but divorced a year later. During its run, it brought in solid ratings usually ranking in the Top 40 for the most part and was a Monday night staple, competing with shows such as the long-running drama 7th Heaven. Inwhen scheduled against The West Wing and Nannyit began to drop in the ratings.
The final episode aired on May 14, Veteran comedian Jack Carter was then cast and a pilot was shot. Soon afterward, Stiller changed his mind and took the part, which required re-shooting of scenes featuring Carter. The sequence was filmed in black-and-white and the audio quality including the audience matches a s style.
That is a great one. Depp would be proud. I actually love all of the inconsistencies, it's fun to spot them: This is her second Depp, the first being a Mr.
Anna Karenina I actually love all of the inconsistencies, it's fun to spot them: I remember that one too. She is Deppinitely a talented artist. Has she done a Jack Sparrow one yet? This may not be an inconsistency but I thought it weird that notoriously lonely loser Arthur wouldn't have welcomed Arlene Golonka as a girlfriend when she she seemed so "into" him.
Him trying to get away from her by pretending to be with Deacon after they slept together just rang false for me. Also, Arthur appears very needy, helpless and childlike and needs the services of a "dog walker" some of the time but is able to get around pretty well all over town on his own when he has to.
His state of neediness depends on the whims of the script. They even have a doggy door! And had the dog in the early season, but in the later one they totally changed on how they view dogs.
Haha yeah, he had no problem renting the convertible and getting hookers, shows up for job interviews yet in other eps he needs rides everywhere Torgo I remember that one too. Anna Karenina Haha yeah, he had no problem renting the convertible and getting hookers, shows up for job interviews yet in other eps he needs rides everywhere It was like there were two Arthur's or maybe even 3?
Also, when they renovated the rec room when he burned it down didn't it go back to the way it was before after that? In some episodes Doug is mortally afraid of confrontation and in the next he invites it and loves to stir things up.