Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 3, Episode 7

Moving Out (2 Nov. 1998)

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Robert moves out of Marie and Frank's house to get some privacy with Amy. When Ray visits Rob's new home, he notices his and Amy's behavior similar to Marie and Frank's.

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Robert moves out of Marie and Frank's house to get some privacy with Amy. When Ray visits Rob's new home, he notices his and Amy's behavior similar to Marie and Frank's.

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When Amy talks with Robert on the couch and says, "You think?" she is smiling. In the next shot, a different view of her face, she is not smiling. See more »

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Raymond "Ray" Barone: [enters] Hey Robert, you left your coat at my place.
Marie Barone: I'll take it.
[takes the coat and sniffs it]
Robert Barone: I told you Ma, I don't smoke!
Marie Barone: A good mother checks.
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Ode to Joy
Written by: Ludwig van Beethoven
Performed by: Sydney Philharmonia Choir and Antony Walker
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