[Debra has lost her engagement ring and is obviously quite upset]
Amy MacDougall: It's always the last place you look.
Debra Barone: Of course it will be the last place I look because once I find it I won't have to look for it anymore!
Debra Barone: I have a confession to make to you. RIght after we got engaged, I had the original stone replaced.
Ray Barone: What?
Debra Barone: I mean when you asked me to marry you I was so happy, believe me, but... I mean I know you got the best stone you could afford bless your heart but like my parents weren't that crazy about you to begin with and I didn't want to show them that stone.
Ray Barone: I understand.
Debra Barone: You know my grandmother Abby? She'd given me her ring years before so I put that stone in your setting.
Ray Barone: Do you remember how much that stone was worth? Just ballpark?
Debra Barone: Sweetie, it's not important.
Ray Barone: How important is it not?
Debra Barone: What?
Ray Barone: How much was old Abby's stone worth?
Debra Barone: $15,000
[Ray slowly falls to the floor as though he had been kicked in the groin]
Debra Barone: I could just kill myself Ray.
Ray Barone: This could be a murder-suicide.