Ray undergoes a routine surgery. The medical personnel have difficulty waking him for a while causing most of the family to panic. Ray finally wakes up, and everyone is a little nicer to him after wards.

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Ray undergoes a routine surgery. The medical personnel have difficulty waking him for a while causing most of the family to panic. Ray finally wakes up, and everyone is a little nicer to him after wards.

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Last episode of the series. See more »

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When the entire family is sitting around the table, Marie places syrup on the table twice. See more »

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Nurse: Debra Barone?
Debra Barone: Yep. Hi how'd it go?
Nurse: Mrs. Barone are there any allergies or conditions your husband may have neglected to tell us about?
Debra Barone: What do you mean? Why?
Nurse: Well we're having difficulty bringing him out of the anesthesia.
Debra Barone: What?
Nurse: He should have been out by now. He's not responding and his blood pressure has dropped below a certain level.
Debra Barone: [Begins crying] Robert
Robert Barone: What is it?
Debra Barone: He's not...
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The Where's Lunch production logo shows a bill reading: "NO CHARGE! Thank you." Bills are presented at the end of a meal, which fits with this being the final episode. See more »

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Performed by: Steve Miller Band
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A very low key finale
8 January 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

After nine seasons and multiple Emmy's later 'Everybody Loves Raymond' bowed out in this final episode, helpfully titled 'The Finale'.

And I'm afraid to say it's a bit of a anti-climax. I know this was an era where 'Friends' and 'Frasier' ended with big, game changing finales, but even so, this felt if anything just like a normal episode. Perhaps that was the intention.

There's a bit of drama, where we think we might lose Raymond, but it's over so quickly that it never really comes to it.

For many fans the true ending of the show would have been Ray/Debra or Frank and Marie moving away. Once the show did that right at the start of the ninth series (which in general felt weaker)with Frank and Marie, only for them to move straight back, there was nowhere else to go.

This was a great sitcom, and one I return to regularly, but I can't say I've ever been totally impressed with this final episode.


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