|The "Bachelor Party" which Doug intended to be a blast for soon to be groom Danny, goes completely awry in "Party Favor" in Season 2.|
|King of Queens Episode|
| Season 2, Episode # 13 |
Episode # 38 in series
|Originally Aired:||January 10, 2000|
|Written by:||Story by: Rock Rueben Teleplay by: Kevin James & Gary Valentine|
|Directed by:||Rob Schiller|
|Guest stars:|| Mookie Barker|
Marie Del Prete
Mia Drake Inderbitzin
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Party Favor is the 13th episode of Season 2 of The King of Queens, also the 38th overall series episode. Written as a teleplay by cast members Kevin James and Gary Valentine, the episode, which was directed by Rock Reuben, originally aired on CBS-TV on January 10, 2000.
Doug's cousin Danny is getting married, but he doesn't have a best man. Carrie volunteers Doug as the best man. So now, Doug is on the hook, and worries about giving the congrats speech and has to set up a bachelor party. Sadly, Danny, outsides of Doug, doesn't have too many friends, so the party, has many empty seats, and to top it off the stripper isn't good either!
- Kevin James as Doug Heffernan
- Leah Remini as Carrie Heffernan
- Jerry Stiller as Arthur Spooner
- Gary Valentine as Danny Heffernan
- Mookie Barker as Klaus
- Billy Beck as Joe
- Marie Del Prete as Camaro Epstein (as Marie DelPrete)
- Mia Drake Inderbitzin as Waitress (as Mia Drake)
- Marta DuBois as Eva
- Jon Manfrellotti as Gianni
- Bas Rutten as Emil
- Danny gets married in this episode, but in his next appearance, S'no Job, he is divorced.
- This is the first episode of the year 2000.
- This episode is a partial crossover with Everybody Loves Raymond, as Ray Barone's friend, Gianni, appears at Danny's bachelor party. He supposedly works with Danny.
- The first stripper Doug wants, Tiffany Towers, is a real life stripper, porn star and big-bust adult model.