Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5, Episode 5

Pet Cemetery (23 Oct. 2000)

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With the untimely accidental murder of Ally's hamster Pumpernickel, she and the family decide to give the pet a proper funeral.

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With the untimely accidental murder of Ally's hamster Pumpernickel, she and the family decide to give the pet a proper funeral.

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The title is based on the horror novel 'Pet Cemetery' written by Stephen King in 1983 about a former Indian pet cemetery where death isn't inevitable. See more »

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Raymond 'Ray' Barone: Come on, Dad. Again, with the metal-detector? What are you doing?
Frank Barone: Your mother's birthday's coming up.
Raymond 'Ray' Barone: Dad, there's nothing here but rocks and dirt.
Marie Barone: That's better than what he got me last year.
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Ode to Joy
Written by: Ludwig van Beethoven
Performed by: Sydney Philharmonia Choir and Antony Walker
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