Amy's parents visit for Easter. Robert finds out something about his mother-in-law that no one else knows about and tries to keep her secret.

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Amy's parents visit for Easter. Robert finds out something about his mother-in-law that no one else knows about and tries to keep her secret.

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9 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Goofs

When Ray, Debra and Pat talk in the kitchen about standing up to Hank, the strap of Pat's purse switches shoulders from right to left. See more »

Quotes

Peter MacDougall: You know, even though I'm not married, I do secret things to.
Amy MacDougall Barone: We know Petey, eat your chips.
Peter MacDougall: Sometimes I sneak up behind Miss Puss and bark like a dog.
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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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A very strong episode
11 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The penultimate episode of 'Raymond' ever, and what a good episode it is.

Yes, the first half feels like a backdoor pilot for a Robert and his in-laws inspired spin-off, but its so well played, particularly by Brad Garrett and Georgia Engel that you almost forgive the relative absence of the other characters.

In typical 'Raymond' fashion the second half is like a series of fireworks going off, with secrets being revealed on all sides.

Not all of the 9th series episodes were brilliant, this one certainly is.


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