|Jack, a driver from "Delivery Plus" a rival parcel company, pretends to warm up to Doug, saying he should leave IPS and work for his employer in "Fight Schlub" in Season 8.|
|King of Queens Episode|
| Season 8, Episode # 22 |
Episode # 822 in series (207 episodes)
|Originally Aired:||May 15, 2006|
|Written by:||Owen Ellickson & Mike Soccio|
|Directed by:||Rob Schiller|
|Guest stars:|| Marco Assante|
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(Season 8 finale)
Fight Schlub is the 22nd episode of Season 8 of The King of Queens, also the 193rd overall series episode. Co-written by Owen Erickson and Mike Soccio, the episode, which was directed by Rob Schiller, originally aired on CBS-TV on May 15, 2006.
Doug befriends a driver (Adam Ferrara) from a rival delivery company, until he learns it's fake. Carrie is left to mentor a 16 year-old girl (Blythe Auffarth), however finds that bad behavior helps her make friends better than good behavior.
Carrie's work has her mentor a troubled teen, but when actually hanging out with the teen, Carrie begins to become more pressured into her old misbehaving self. Another packaging company named Priority Plus takes the IPS table at Doug's hangout and the IPS drivers let them know how much they hate them. But Doug later befriends one of them and he tries to keep the relationship secret.
UFC fighters Quinton Jackson, Randy Couture, Dan Henderson, and Frank Trigg guest appear during a brawl scene. Kevin James is an avid fight fan and has trained with greats like Randy Couture.
- Kevin James as Doug Heffernan
- Leah Remini as Carrie Heffernan
- Jerry Stiller as Arthur Spooner
- Patton Oswalt as Spence Olchin
- Victor Williams as Deacon Palmer
- Marco Assante as Chris
- Blythe Auffarth as Gina
- Adam Ferrara as Jack
- John Getz as Mr. Dugan
- Mary Hay as Drive-thru Girl
- Jimmy Shubert as Jimmy
- Ginger Williams as Kim