Frank, Ray, and Robert paint Ray's house. And Robert and Ray find out something new about their father.

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Frank, Ray, and Robert paint Ray's house. And Robert and Ray find out something new about their father.

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21 May 2001 (USA)  »

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The colors "Lemon Meringue" that Frank paints the house in and "Chantilly Lace" that Ray wanted were both references to the X-files episode 'Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose', for which Peter Boyle won an emmy for portray the title character. See more »

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When Robert returns from spraying himself with the hose, the wet stain on his shoulders recedes too quickly, then changes back to how it was before. See more »

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[Robert is using a power-painter. Ray walks up behind him]
Ray Barone: [On the back of Robert's neck] Wasp.
Robert Barone: Agggggghhh!
[Robert reaches for his neck. Marie walks right out and gets a full blast of paint in the face. Frank walks by]
Frank Barone: [without stopping; at Marie's face] That's gonna need another coat.
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Symphony No. 94 - Ode to Joy
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Music by Ludwig van Beethoven
Used as the theme song for season 3-5.
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