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Road Rayge 

While Doug is taking a driving test, he runs into Ray Barone. Ray seems to have trouble with a few of the questions, and asks Doug for the answers. Doug is caught by the instructor, and ... See full summary »

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Airs Fri. Jan. 19, 12:30 AM on TVLAND

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Doug Heffernan
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Ray Barone
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Robert Barone
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Frank Barone
Yvette Cason ...
Mrs. Blanchard
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While Doug is taking a driving test, he runs into Ray Barone. Ray seems to have trouble with a few of the questions, and asks Doug for the answers. Doug is caught by the instructor, and loses his license. Ray makes it up to Doug by bringing him to a New York Jets game. Ray's brother Robert goes with them. Ray lets Doug drive, and Robert finds out that Doug does not have a license. Robert, being a cop, tells Doug to pull over. Doug finally gets his license back. Look for an appearance from Peter Boyle play Ray's father Frank Barone. Written by laffalott1

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Trivia

The first time members of the Barone family appeared on the show. See more »

Goofs

At the beginning of the episode Cary talks about her and Doug being together in Junior High, but in a latter episode it's showed that they meet in a disco in the 80's, when Doug was still a bouncer and living with Richie. See more »

Quotes

Arthur Spooner: So, what are you doing?
Carrie Heffernan: Studying for my paralegal exam.
Arthur Spooner: Paralegal, huh? Ah, I respect those people. No feeling from the waist down and they still practice law. God bless 'em.
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References SportsCenter (1979) See more »

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Boogie Oogie Oogie
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Written by Janice Marie Johnson and Perry Kibble
Performed by A Taste of Honey
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