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Everybody Loves Raymond

Series Description

Everybody Loves Raymond is set apart by its smart, adult, family comedy, combining real-life situations; strong, well-defined characters; distinctive performances by expert comic actors and crisp, clever writing. The series follows the relationships between three close-knit generations who happen to live a little too close for comfort. When it comes to life with the Barones, the conversation gets as hot – and as rich – as the food.

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This Week's Episodes
"Humm Vac"
Ray purchases a new state-of-the-art vacuum cleaner from an attractive door to door saleswoman and it ignites a housekeeping war between Marie and Debra. Debra is as taken with the new vacuum as Ray once she witnesses all of the wonderful things it can do.  That is, until she learns why the saleswoman showed up at their door in the first place. Determined to prove to Marie that she's is just as good at "keeping house," Debra attempts to use the new vacuum to find some dirt, any dirt, in Marie's home. Of course, the results are disastrous.
"Frank Paints the House"
Frank offers to paint Ray and Debra's house, but refuses to paint it the color they have chosen. Frank's need to be "the boss" of every situation becomes too much for Ray to bear. So, he takes matters into his own hands and relieves Frank of his duties as house painter. Marie then reveals some information about Frank's past that convinces Ray to reconcile with his dad and to allow him to finish the project.
"Say Uncle"
When Ray realizes that his kids would rather spend time with their Uncle Robert than with him, he decides to do something about the situation. When Robert makes the observation that, as a parent, Ray finds it boring to be around his kids, Debra couldn't agree more. She then suggests that Ray follow Robert's example and to try to have more fun with his children. But, when her own parenting skills are called into question by Marie, Debra quickly changes her tune and rallies behind Ray, insisting that they are both very involved parents.
"Let's Fix Robert"
Marie gathers Robert's ex-girlfriends Amy and Stefania and his female police partner, Judy, together so they can dissect his character in an effort to help her better understand why her eldest son can't commit to a relationship. Unfortunately, Robert unexpectedly drops in and is forced by his mother to listen to his character being assassinated by the women as they discuss his relationship hang-ups in detail and compare notes on his quirky dating behavior, inability to commit to one woman and his flawed personality.
"The Angry Family"
Ray and Debra are more than a little concerned when they realize that the constant bickering and screaming that goes on between them and Ray's parents are having an effect on young Michael. In an effort to make things better, the whole family meets with the school's counselor and a local clergyman to uncover what---and who is to blame.
"Odd Man Out"
Frank is so green with envy that he forces Marco to choose either Marie or him as a friend.  Meanwhile, Ray sides with Frank because he doesn't approve of a married woman–especially his mother—having a male friend.
"Ray's Ring"
It's not bad enough that he's lost his ring while away from home, but then an attractive woman at the airport propositions him, thinking that he is single. When Debra learns what happened, she decides to take matters into her own hands and show Ray what it would be like if she pretended to be single—but her plan has disastrous results.