The King of Queens: Season 4, Episode 22

Patrons Ain't (6 May 2002)

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Doug and Carrie donate enough money to Kirby's school library to become patrons of it. However, on the plaque they're only listed as friends.

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Doug and Carrie find out that they are selfish people. They never give to charity or help people. They decide to give money to help Deacon's sons school library. They give enough money to become patrons. However, their names do not appear on the plaque as patrons. Carrie wants to get her name to patrons, while Doug does not care. Who is right: Doug or Carrie? Written by laffalott1

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Doug and Carrie make a charitable contribution to Robert Hoover School. There is no explanation of who he was, but the episode was directed by James Widdoes, whose most memorable acting role was as Robert Hoover in Animal House (1978). See more »

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At the beginning, Deacon brings his son Kirby over to sell Doug a chocolate bar for his school library fundraiser. He hands Doug the same bar twice - first, he hands it over, next shot a second later, he's handing over the bar while simultaneously accepting Doug's money. See more »

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