Debra, Amy, and Marie want their husbands to have therapy. But in secret, the boys actually go to gamble at the track.

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Debra, Amy, and Marie want their husbands to have therapy. But in secret, the boys actually go to gamble at the track.

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15 November 2004 (USA)  »

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In this episode Frank's father's name is mentioned as being Joe. Anytime that he mentioned his father previously he was named Albert. See more »

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Ray Barone: Yeah. Yeah, yeah. It's like what we were talking about the other day. I'm kind of a lousy father because of him, so I just back it up, one more, to Grandpa Joe.
Frank Barone: Yeah, and his dad was the worst. My grandpa, Sal.
Robert Barone: Oh yeah?
Frank Barone: Oh yeah. Grandpa Sal, very scary. He once made Mussolini wet himself.
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Jungle Love
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Performed by Steve Miller Band
Used as the theme song for season 7-9.
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Peter Boyle shines in this series 9 episode
6 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

One of the few episodes in the 9th and final series to really feature the ill Peter Boyle in a central capacity, this is also one of the highlights of the series.

The boys actually do get to know more about each other and talk through their issues, they just do it in an unorthodox way. But it makes for some great comedy and actually some nice heartfelt moments.

Although some of the episodes in the final series weren't as high a standard as in previous years, there is still a lot to like about the show, with episodes like this being a fine example. We all still loved Raymond at this late stage.


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