The twins' new friend has a janitor for a father. When Ray accidentally says a bad joke in front of the father he tries to cheer him up, but keeps making things worse.

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The twins' new friend has a janitor for a father. When Ray accidentally says a bad joke in front of the father he tries to cheer him up, but keeps making things worse.

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7 February 2005 (USA)  »

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The title translated from French means "false step" and pertains to manners. What is acceptable behavior in one cultural may not be in another culture and that is a faux pas. See more »

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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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Top notch Raymond
9 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Taking a simple idea and over the course of an episode making it huge was a great trait of 'Raymond' across its nine series, and this episode does exactly that to a high level.

The consistency has been a little less high in the 9th series, but this episode sees all the characters on form, and the writing matching it.

I thought this episode was great, it could have come from any of the series. Ray Romano's character was less annoying than he has been in other series 9 episodes, and it's nice to see him and Patricia Heaton bouncing off of each other.

The only character that never gets much of a look in is Amy. It's almost as if they don't seem to know what to do with her. Shame.


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