CBS Television Distribution Gradient Splitter Blue Bloods Elementary The Doctors Dr. Phil Entertainment Tonight Everybody Loves Raymond The Good Wife Hot Bench Hot In Cleveland Inside Edition The Insider Jeopardy! Judge Judy Rachael Ray Wheel of Fortune More ... Shows In The News About Us CBS Store Footage Licensing
ELR-showpage.jpg

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.

Play Video
Splitter
This Week's Episodes
Mon:
"The Bachelor Party" Episode #0223 (TVPG)
Debra and Marie give Raymond a guilt trip when they find out that the bachelor party he hosted for Robert was a huge disappointment. After playing cards and eating pizza at Robert's apartment, Ray is forced to leave the party early and Debra, who is surprised that Ray is home so early, informs him that he dropped the ball and really let his brother down. Debra suggests Ray host a "real" bachelor party and concocts a plan along with Marie and Amy to surprise Robert with another one. While Amy asks Ray to invite her brother and father, Ray puts together an odd mix of partygoers, hoping that this time around, he'll do the
job right.
Tue:
"Fun With Debra" Episode #0301 (TVPG-L)
When the twins wind up having a great time with Ray on the golf course, a tightly wound Debra admits to her lackadaisical husband that she's disappointed they no longer have fun together. Convinced she can drop her guard and still have a good time, Debra decides to
join Ray for a round of golf but her plan lands in the rough when the pair discovers the true meaning of being "teed-off."
Wed:
"Thank You Notes" Episode #0302 (TVPG-L)
When Amy becomes annoyed that Marie is already asking when she's going to send out their thank you notes from the wedding, Debra seizes the opportunity to convince her friend to join forces against her mother in-law's reign of aggravation. Thrilled that she finally has an ally who can stand up with her against Marie, Debra's plan is destined for failure when Ray and Robert beg her to make nice with their mother.
Thu:
"Misery Loves Company" Episode #0304 (TVPG-D)
When Debra and Ray become embroiled in an argument in front of Robert, he tells Ray that in order to find happiness with Debra, he needs to be more affectionate with her. When Ray decides to give it a shot and Debra rebuffs his advances, he becomes annoyed that
he's even contemplated taking advice from Robert. Meanwhile, Amy is also in for a rude awakening when she tries offering marital advice to Debra and Marie.
Fri:
"Peter on the Couch" Episode: #0306 (TVPG-L)
Although Robert initially tries to be civil with his houseguest, he finally loses it when Peter confronts him in front of Ray and Debra about why Robert is treating him so poorly. When Ray reluctantly agrees to drive Peter home to Pennsylvania, they arrive to discover Peter's
parents packing up his things and turning his room into a Bible study. Meanwhile, Robert overhears a conversation that hits close to home when the Barones and Amy talk about the difficulties of having a 40-year-old man living under the same roof with his mother and
father. 
Sat:
"Surprise Party" Episode #0308 (TVPG-L)
After Debra's mother, Lois, suggests throwing Debra an "old-fashioned English Tea Party," Ray reluctantly agrees after she promises to do all the work. Later, Debra realizes Ray is planning something for her birthday and suggests he change the theme to a Chinese
banquet. Unfortunately, Lois has already started planning the tea party and now Ray must find a way to convince her to change her plans.
Sun:
"The Bird" Episode #0309 (TVPG-L)
When the Barones arrive at the Pennsylvania home of Amy's parents, they find that their differing family traditions encourage lots of lively conversation. If only the MacDougalls owned a television set! Things start to come together when the families separate into Pilgrims and Indians for the annual MacDougall Thanksgiving Family Pageant.
Splitter