Ray and Robert think they're big shots because of their jobs.

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Tommie Agee ...
Himself
Gene Arrington ...
Guard
Adam S. Bristol ...
Man #4
Valerie DeKeyser ...
Waitress
John Fairlie ...
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Harry Freedman ...
Man #2
D'Wayne Gardner ...
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Ray and Robert think they're big shots because of their jobs.

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Comedy | Family

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1 March 1999 (USA)  »

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With the exception of the first few minutes, the entire episode is based just on Ray and Robert. See more »

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Robert Barone: I admit that there may have been times when I might have mentioned in passing that I possibly envied you. But not anymore. And would you like to know why?
Ray Barone: Yeah, no, not really. Where the hell is the waitress?
Robert Barone: Everything you have - successful career, great family, free hot dogs - has made you lose touch with reality. You... are spoiled.
Ray Barone: Oh. Yeah. And I guess all those years sponging off mom and dad have made you a better person.
Robert Barone: It certainly did. I may have a thankless job, be divorced, pay full...
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