The King of Queens (1998–2007)
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It's Doug's high school reunion, and he's going "Stag", while Carrie relaxes at home and tries to watch a movie with Arthur.


Rob Schiller


Michael J. Weithorn (created by), David Litt (created by) | 4 more credits »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin James ... Doug Heffernan
Leah Remini ... Carrie Heffernan
Victor Williams ... Deacon Palmer (credit only)
Patton Oswalt ... Spence Olchin
Gary Valentine ... Danny Heffernan
Jerry Stiller ... Arthur Spooner
Allen Covert ... Matthew Klein
Bess Meyer ... Melinda Rayburn
Peter Dante ... Justin Ravo
Amy Stiller ... Gloria
Dawn Maxey Dawn Maxey ... Cindy
Sandy Wernick Sandy Wernick ... Principal Nagel (as Sanford Wernick)
Kevin Grady Kevin Grady ... Howie
J.D. Donaruma J.D. Donaruma ... JD
Jonathan Loughran ... Patrick


Doug is having his high school reunion, where he meets Jeff "The Beast" Sussmann, who was a dysfunctional student now on the straight and narrow, and has become vice principal of their old high school. With some prompting from Doug, they plan revenge on principal Nagel that gets out of hand. Meanwhile Carrie and Arthur try to watch a movie together at home with tragic consequences. Written by Simon Vidiot

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23 April 2007 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Not only does Adam Sandler guest star but other guest stars include several actors who usually show up in Sandler movies such as Allen Covert and Jonathan Laughran. See more »


When Arthur says, "We had a wonderful time!" he looks at Carrie. In the next shot, he's looking at the TV. Then, Carrie's arms change position between shots. See more »


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Performed by Billy Vera and The Beaters
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"We better reload, then."
2 May 2009 | by TheDude5000See all my reviews

Doug meets up with his old friend, Jeff Sussman, at a High School reunion. It turns out Sussman -- who, along with Doug, were once wild party animals back in their school days -- has grown up and matured, and is now the school's principal - or so he claims. It turns out he's really just the principal's assistant, and he's grown frustrated and tired of his job.

That night, at the reunion party, Doug and Jeff decide to bring the back the "glory" days -- they decide to egg Principal Nagel's car. What starts off simply as an innocent prank, leads to Jeff becoming increasingly enraged with his life and job, and he becomes more wild, even dangerous, deciding they should do more than just egg the car. This begins with Jeff peeing into the principal's car and eventually escalates to a break-in into a store and a plan to rob and then kidnap the principal. I won't spoil the ending, but let's just say it involves the cops and an escape to Mexico.

One of the best King of Queens episodes. Sandler is just awesome as Jeff "The Beast" Sussman, a character who is frustrated with his tedious job and mundane life, and just snaps, going to ridiculous-yet-hilarious lengths to get revenge against his boss. There's also a funny side-story where Spence gets confused for a lesbian woman at the party, and Danny hooks up with a gay football star, just to prove to Spence that he still 'has it'.


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