The King of Queens: Season 1, Episode 16

S'ain't Valentine's (8 Feb. 1999)

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Doug is planning to take Carrie out to dinner on Valentine's Day. Before he takes Carrie out, Doug, Deacon, and Richie go to Spence's house to wish him a happy birthday. Spence's mom is ... See full summary »

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Doug is planning to take Carrie out to dinner on Valentine's Day. Before he takes Carrie out, Doug, Deacon, and Richie go to Spence's house to wish him a happy birthday. Spence's mom is throwing the party, and has had a little too much to drink that night. Spence's mom embarrasses him so much he leaves. The boys can not leave because Spence's mom is very unstable. In the mean time, Carrie has dinner with a man she met at the restaurant's bar. Can Doug make it out in time? Written by laffalott1

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Anne Meara guest starred in this episode. Later on, she would play Spence's mother Veronica, who in this episode was played by Grace Zabriskie. See more »

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Richie Iannucci: [Beeper goes off] Oh, it's my beeper. Ah, large fire. I need to go.
Deacon Palmer: Oh hell no.
Richie Iannucci: [Talks to Veronica Olchin] There's a large fire, so uhh... I need to go, bye.
Doug Heffernan: No, no, no! You can't do this!
Richie Iannucci: Later suckers!
[Makes a salute emote]
Deacon Palmer: And now what?
Veronica Olchin: Let's dance!
[Doug and Deacon are looking at Veronica with mouths wide open]
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