DOUG AND CARRIE STAGE A ROBBERY IN ORDER TO GET RID OF THEIR ANNIVERSARY GIFT FROM DEACON AND KELLY, ON
"THE KING OF QUEENS," MONDAY, MARCH 13
"Present Tense" -- When the Heffernans receive an oil painting of themselves as an anniversary gift from Deacon and Kelly, they dislike the picture so much that they decide to stage a robbery rather than hang the painting in their home, on THE KING OF QUEENS, Monday, March 13 (8:00-8:30 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Henry Chan directed the episode written by Rock Reuben and Michelle Nader.
Doug and Carrie can't bear to hang the disproportioned painting, which shows Doug with tremendous teeth and Carrie with a hideously oversized arm, but Deacon stops by and hangs the picture for them. Unable to get the image out of their heads, Doug and Carrie convince Danny and Spence to break into their home and steal the painting.
Doug Heffernan: Kevin James
Carrie Heffernan: Leah Remini
Deacon Palmer: Victor Williams
Spence Olchin: Patton Oswalt
Danny Heffernan: Gary Valentine
Kelly: Merrin Dungey
Lou Ferrigno: Himself
Carla Ferrigno: Herself
RATING: To Be Announced