|Doug standing besides Carrie's Boss|
|King of Queens Episode|
| Season 1, Episode # 3 |
Episode # 3 in series
|Originally Aired:||October 5, 1998|
|Written by:|| David Litt|
Michael J. Weithorn
|Directed by:||Gail Mancuso|
|Guest stars:|| Albie Selznick|
Lyn Alicia Henderson
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Cello, Goodbye is the third episode of Season 1 of The King of Queens, also the 3rd overall series episode. Written by David Litt, the episode, which was directed by Gail Mancuso, first aired on CBS-TV on October 5, 1998.
Carrie's on the fast track at her new job in a Manhattan law firm. But the trappings of success—late nights at the office, free concert tickets and being surrounded by bright, dynamic people—make Doug wonder why she ever ended up with a guy like him.
When Carrie keeps skipping softball games with Doug and the guys, Doug wonders what's going on. Doug finds out that Carrie is working late for her boss. Doug starts to wonder why Carrie fell for him. Doug tries to make it up to Carrie by going to a cello concert with her.
- This is one of a few episodes in the show which featured the original World Trade Center (Twin Towers) in Lower Manhattan.
- Kevin James as Doug Heffernan
- Leah Remini as Carrie Heffernan
- Jerry Stiller as Arthur Spooner
- Victor Williams as Deacon Palmer