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The King of Queens: Inn Escapable / Season: 8 / Episode: 7 (2005)
November 7, 2005
Doug surprises Carrie with a romantic getaway to a bed and breakfast. However, the weekend doesn't turn out to be quite as romantic and relaxing as he planned. The B&B is owned by an older couple who have too many cats, and don't seem to understand the idea of boundaries. Especially Marmalade, the cat who believes Doug is the Inn Couple's estranged son, and follows him everywhere. When Carrie hears that there is a hotel with a spa nearby, she wants to escape, but Doug doesn't want to hurt the owner's feelings.
Meanwhile, while he has the house to himself, Arthur invites a woman from the senior center over to the house, trying to seduce her by telling her that he owns the house and lives there alone.
Music referenced in Inn Escapable
This television episode refers to:
Arthur has a female friend over while Doug and Carrie are out of town. He wants to convince her to stay a while longer and tells her he will play his Robert Mitchum sings Calypso album for her.
This television episode plays:
Arthur plays this song for his lady friend, in an attempt to get her to stay a little longer.