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Mean Streak 

Doug is on course to break the record for the number of days without an "incident" - no complaints and no broken packages. The older members of the IPS depot aren't too happy that Doug is going to break the record held by their friend.

Director:

James Widdoes

Writers:

Michael J. Weithorn (created by), David Litt (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin James ... Doug Heffernan
Leah Remini ... Carrie Heffernan
Victor Williams ... Deacon Palmer
Patton Oswalt ... Spence Olchin (credit only)
Gary Valentine ... Danny Heffernan (credit only)
Jerry Stiller ... Arthur Spooner
Nicole Sullivan ... Holly Shumpert
Sam McMurray ... Supervisor Patrick O'Boyle
Steven Wollenberg Steven Wollenberg ... Eddie (as Steve Robert Wollenberg)
Ken Kerman Ken Kerman ... Lenny
Maurice G. Smith ... Tim the Reporter (as Maurice Smith)
Laura Hayes ... Florence Merriweather (as 'Miss Laura' Hayes)
Steve Tancora Steve Tancora ... Duke
Fred Ornstein ... Luke
Jason Ross-Azikiwe ... Paco (as Jason Azikiwe)
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Storyline

Doug is ready to break the IPS record of most consecutive day without a broken package, or complaint. While he is ready to break it, his co-workers are not so excited. The old timers are not happy with Doug because he's going to break the record held by their old friend. Even Deacon is mad at Doug, because Doug broke one of Deacon's packages years ago. On the last day, Doug has to deliver light bulbs. He has to go up stairs to deliver them, but can not because the stairs are wet with paint. Doug has to throw the bulbs up or the company will call Doug's supervisor. It all comes comes down to a climactic choice to throw the bulbs up or get in trouble from his company. Written by laffalott1

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Genres:

Comedy

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Trivia

The musical piece that's playing while Doug struggles to break the record is "Roundup," composed by Sam Spence. Mr. Spence scored this and other instrumental pieces for NFL Films. See more »

Goofs

It seems the order of the turns they take in Scrabble is a little unconventional - Arthur goes (Ascot), then the guy sitting opposite him (Pus), then Carrie, who is to his left....... See more »

Quotes

Doug Heffernan: You see, it's not about me. It's really about what's best for the company, the team. There is no "I" in IPS.
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Connections

References Mean Streets (1973) See more »

Soundtracks

Baby All My Life I Will Be Driving Home to You
Written by Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa, Jonathan Wolff, and Scott Clausen
Performed by Billy Vera and The Beaters
(theme song)
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 October 2001 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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