The King of Queens

The King of Queens (1998)

3 corrected entries in season 3

(8 votes)

Strike One - S3-E5

Corrected entry: In the scene where Doug is ordering his fudge blast (and extras), his hands never leave the steering wheel. In fact, his right hand is on top of the steering wheel the entire time. However, after his order is placed, he automatically goes to start the car. It should still be running.


Correction: The whole point of the scene was his car died on him while in the drive-thru, so he had to start it back up. In fact, you can hear the car die/shut off while Doug is ordering.


Strike One - S3-E5

Corrected entry: In this episode Doug buys their Jeep during the October-Palooza sale right as IPS goes on strike. Later in the episode Doug says he just wants to "put his shorts on and feel like a man again". However, October in New York (and moving forward in episodes "Strike Too" and "Strike Out") would be too cold to still be wearing shorts.

The Minister

Correction: Much like UPS in real life, IPS defines their drivers in part by their shorts. This is a running gag on King Of Queens. Does says this just as a cop might say "I want to put on my badge again" even if he was working undercover.

Strike One - S3-E5

Corrected entry: In this episode, when Carrie asks Doug about ripping out the shower tile without replacing it, Doug says he was "trying to save some money around here." It doesn't make sense that he would he decide to renovate the shower tile at all while on strike and trying to save money – he would still have to purchase a lot of materials even if he did it himself. We also know from earlier in the episode that Doug is not very handy when he breaks the cupboard handle while trying to just tighten it.

The Minister

Correction: Doug is a bit of a moron, probably didn't think it through before he started tearing stuff down. Then it was too late, and it HAD to be fixed.

Kimberly Mason

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