|When at the movies deciding on which film to see, Doug and Deacon find that they seem to have more in common with each others wife than their own in "Four Play" in Season 8.|
|King of Queens Episode|
| Season 8, Episode # 20 |
Episode # 191 in series
|Originally Aired:||May 1, 2006|
|Written by:||Liz Astrof Arnauer & Michelle Nader|
|Directed by:||Rob Schiller|
|Guest stars:|| Gerry Black |
Kevin Michael Walsh
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Four Play is the 20th episode of Season 8 of The King of Queens, also the 191st overall series episode. Co-written by Giuseppe Graziano from a story from David Bickel and Chris Downey, the episode, which was directed by Rob Schiller, originally aired on CBS-TV on May 1, 2006.
Doug and Deacon discover they have more in common with each other's wives than their own, so they start hanging out with each other's wives as well. When Kelly tires of Doug, he ruins Deacon and Carrie's good time. Meanwhile, Arthur dispenses romance advise and the recipient finds success simply doing the opposite.
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.
During the montage of the "spouse swap," the song "Stuck With You" by Huey Lewis and the News plays. It is revealed in the following episode, The King of Queens: Hartford Wailer (2006) that Doug's friends Danny and Spence are both big Huey Lewis fans.
- Kevin James as Doug Heffernan
- Leah Remini as Carrie Heffernan
- Jerry Stiller as Arthur Spooner
- Patton Oswalt as Spence Olchin
- Victor Williams as Deacon Palmer
- Omari Lyles as Kirby Palmer
- Desmond Roberts as Major Palmer
- Gerry Black as George Barksdale
- Cheryl Bricker as Woman in theater
- Kadyr Guitierrez as Adam
- Ashlee Levitch as Woman
- Amy Stiller as Gloria
- Kevin Michael Walsh as Hugo