Michael doesn't want to go to school and spends the day watching Ray work at his home office in the basement.

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Michael doesn't want to go to school and spends the day watching Ray work at his home office in the basement.

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Trivia

In this episode, Ray tells little Michael the story of how he wet his pants during Little League as a child. Marie told this exact same story in Everybody Loves Raymond: The Children's Book (1997), only in her version it was Robert who wet his pants. See more »

Goofs

The twins actors have obviously switched places. When Michael is with Raymond in the basement, he is seen to have a clear pimple on his forehead. When Debra brings Jeffrey home from school in the next scene, it is Jeffrey who has the pimple and Michael is pimple free. See more »

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Ray Barone: You're an idiot wrapped in a moron.
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Crazy Credits

The closing credits at the end of this episode read:
  • Based on the Comedy of: Pee Pee Raymond
  • Executive Producer: Pee Pee Raymond
  • Executive Producer: Poo Poo Rosenthal
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Everybody Loves Raymond Theme
Written by Rick Marotta
Performed by Rick Marotta
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