Its Valentines day and Doug and Carrie reminisce about the first time when they met and how it really wasn't love at first sight.

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Back when Doug was a nightclub bouncer and Carrie a shop seller, Doug's buddy from the nightclub successfully asked Carrie out for a date. But Carrie wanted her friend Lynn to come along so Doug agreed for a double date. Doug's buddy made sure their neighbor's dog would be present at their bachelor pad. While it was eventually only the buddy and Lynn who had chemistry, Carrie accidentally allowed the dog to run off. While driving to find the dog, their ongoing common dislike was intensified until Carrie asked to leave the car near a bus station. The episode ended as Doug drove back to said bus station to try having a second chance with Carrie. Written by Anonymous

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14 February 2000 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Doug is riding in the convertible at the end, there is only 1 sticker on his windshield ( there should be 2 ) and that sticker doesn't look like a NY motor vehicle sticker. See more »

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Lynn: Do you... you know, get in to a lot of fights at the club?
Doug Heffernan: Well, you know, it is... it's... I try everything I can not to fight. It's like I tell my boys. Always be nice. Be very nice. Until it's time to not be nice. Then... be very not nice.
Lynn: [laughs] I love that!
Doug Heffernan: Yeah, I can't take full credit though. Patrick Swayze said it at Road House.
Lynn: Oh, I never saw that movie.
Doug Heffernan: You never saw it...? It's only the greatest movie ever made except for Risky Business.
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Featured in The King of Queens: Mild Bunch (2007) See more »

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Hot Blooded
Written by Lou Gramm (uncredited) and Mick Jones (uncredited)
Performed by Foreigner
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