Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5, Episode 13

Super Bowl (29 Jan. 2001)

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Ray decides to take Gianni to the Super Bowl with him. But the rest of the family want's to go.

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Ray decides to take Gianni to the Super Bowl with him. But the rest of the family want's to go.

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This episode aired one day after Super Bowl XXXV aired on CBS. The Baltimore Ravens beat the New York Giants 34-7 in Tampa, Florida in the game. See more »

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Ray Barone: Dad, put the fork down.
Frank Barone: I'll put the fork down when there's a ticket on it!
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Written by: Ludwig van Beethoven
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