King of Queens
Season 4 Episodes
01: Sight Gag
When the DMV tells Carrie that she has to wear corrective lenses in order to drive, Doug decides that he has finally found the perfect birthday present for her—laser eye surgery.
02: Walk, Man
Doug and Carrie decide to try again to make a baby but are finding it hard to carve out any personal time with Arthur always under foot.
03: Friender Bender
Doug rear-ends Kelly and Deacon's car, and he and Carrie insist that they personally pay for the damage so they can leave the insurance company out of it.
04: Mean Streak
As Doug is about to break what was once thought of as an unbeatable record, the tension between he and the guys at IPS mounts.
05: No Retreat
Carrie is invited to her company's retreat for the first time and is overcome with excitement.
06: Oxy Moron
As Doug and Carrie's plane makes an unexpectedly rough landing, Doug takes the only available oxygen mask for himself and doesn't think twice about Carrie.
07: Ticker Treat
Doug decides to buy a pumpkin to get into the Halloween spirit, but as soon as Arthur sees it, he smashes it and banishes the celebration of Halloween.
08: Lyin’ Hearted
As Arthur prepares to undergo heart surgery, Carrie discovers something that he did years ago that drastically affected her life.
09: Depo Man
Carrie's boss has his first big case as partner, and Carrie is overwhelmed with work.
10: Life Sentence
Now that Arthur is back from the hospital, Carrie thinks that it is a good idea that she and Doug get life insurance.
11: Veiled Threat
While cleaning out the Heffernan freezer, Carrie comes across the top tier of her and Doug's wedding cake and reflects back to the time when they got married.
12: Double Downer
Carrie has decided that she and Doug don't spend enough time celebrating the good things in their relationship and plans a night of romance in honor of the anniversary of their first date.
13: Ovary Action
Carrie and Doug decide it's time to start trying for a baby. When the perfect time comes to try and Carrie is ovulating, Doug's parents arrive for their holiday visit; and privacy is now a little more difficult.
14: Food Fight
Carrie gets jealous when Doug's attention is focused on Spence's new girlfriend Becky, a professional chef.
15: Dougie Nights
Now that Deacon and Kelly have separated, Doug makes it his mission to get his friend out of the funk he's been in by taking him out to the clubs.
16: No Orleans
Doug and Carrie find an old, unopened wedding present—a gravy boat—from Doug's cousin Ron and his wife Marcia. Little did they know that inside was a check for $1,500 that they never realized was there and therefore never cashed.
17: Missing Links
Doug and Carrie get free tickets to her firm's annual golf outing at a private club.
18: Hero Worship
Doug starts to dream more seriously about running his own sandwich shop now that his uncle has generously offered him a large sum of money to see him realize his dream.
19: Screwed Driver
While Carrie is away on a business trip, Doug plays host to his parents and seems to re-live his youth while doing it.
20: Lush Life
Carrie starts Doug on another new diet which makes him miserable.
21: Patrons Ain’t
Carrie and Doug begin preparing for tax time and realize that their charitable giving leaves a little to be desired.
22: Bun Dummy
Carrie's attempt at a new hair-do—a bun a la "The Librarian"—leaves Doug feeling completely turned off and not wanting to bring her to his upcoming class reunion.
23: Shrink Wrap
When Carrie and Arthur's constant bickering begins to spiral out of control, Doug and Carrie decide it's time to send Arthur to a psychotherapist to find the root of his anger.
24: Eddie Money
Doug secretly takes money from the "emergency fund jar" without Carrie's knowledge and bets it on a race. When he and Deacon win $5,000, Doug realizes he can't let Carrie know he won big or she'll realize he stole the money after she said he couldn't use it.
25: Two Thirty
When Doug has a bad toothache and winds up needing a root canal, he finds out that Carrie used to have a crush on his dentist, Dr. Farber.