Fans of “The King of Queens” were given a nostalgic treat on Friday.

Kevin James, Leah Remini, and the rest of the cast reunited virtually for a table read of a classic episode, with a twofold purpose: to raise money for charity and to honour the memory of late co-star Jerry Stiller, who passed away back in May at age 92.

“He was the dad, he was the one in his undershirt after the show wrapped. Jerry could have been in the first scene and they said, ‘It’s okay for you to go. You don’t have to stay all night while we’re filming,’ and he would stay,” said Remini, who played Stiller’s daughter on the sitcom.

“A lot of people see him how he acts, the cranky old man yelling and screaming, but it was the opposite of who he was,” recalled James

The event is aiming to raise money for Henry Street Settlement, “a social services, health care, and arts organization that serves the Lower East Side and all of New York City,” which held a special place in Stiller’s heart for giving him his start in theatre.

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The late comedian’s children, Ben and Amy Stiller, also honoured their dad during a video tribute.

“He made it from nothing,” said Ben. “He had a crazy childhood growing up during the depression. I think he had all the stuff inside him that he pushed down, but he was such a kind person, he only let it down in his art.”

In addition to James and Remini reprising their roles as Doug and Carrie Heffernan, other cast members who participated included Victor Williams (Deacon Palmer), Gary Valentine (Danny Heffernan), Patton Oswalt (Spence Olchin), Nicole Sullivan (Holly Shumpert), and guest star Rachel Dratch (Denise Battaglia).

Along with the table read, the event also included a star-studded tribute to Stiller and a cast Q&A moderated by “King of Queens” exec producer Michael J. Weithorn, who directed.

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“Those of us who made ‘The King of Queens’ are incredibly excited to reunite in honour of our recently departed friend — the uniquely funny, sweet, incomparable Jerry Stiller,” said Weithorn in a statement. “We have no doubt Jerry will be watching and screaming down at us from heaven.”