Ray plans an evening of sex. But Marie makes Debra lose her temper and she's not in the mood anymore. Ray tries his best to put her back in the mood. Which leads to the best night of sex ... See full summary »

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Ray plans an evening of sex. But Marie makes Debra lose her temper and she's not in the mood anymore. Ray tries his best to put her back in the mood. Which leads to the best night of sex he's ever had. But when Marie comes over to apologize, Ray lies to them both to make Debra's rage bigger. Written by Chris Green

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After Ray sticks his fingers in the cake, two small crumbs appear on the table. They disappear between shots and two larger crumbs appear in a different place. See more »

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Gianni: Hey, what is she mad at you for?
Ray Barone: She wasn't mad at me. She was mad at my mother. And I don't know, it just freed up something in her, and she channeled that anger in a very hot fashion.
Bernie: Did she curse?
Ray Barone: She said some things, man. She said some things.
Gianni: Oh, sweet!
Bernie: Come on!
Robert Barone: [Robert stands up and the chair he was sitting in sticks to his rear] All right, all right! That's enough!
Robert Barone: What's your problem?
Robert Barone: That's disgusting! Talking about your wife like that to these creeps.
Ray Barone: What? They're my friends, all ...
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Written by: Lonnie Turner
Performed by: Steve Miller Band
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A cracking 9th series episode
4 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

While I don't think the 9th series of 'Raymond' was the show at its absolute best, there were still more than enough quality episodes to justify it being renewed.

This is one of those fine episodes. It's a fast paced episode, with the finale building to fireworks within the family.

Ray Romano holds it all together brilliantly, but there are some great lines from Patricia Heaton and Brad Garrett as ever.

I felt that Frank and Amy as characters were underused, but I more than enjoyed this episode.


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