Frank catches a historic field goal at a college football game. But instead of returning it to the school or the kicker, he holds it ransom for $10,000.

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Frank catches a historic field goal at a college football game. But instead of returning it to the school or the kicker, he holds it ransom for $10,000.

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Trivia

Debra says she used to read Ray's column a lot when they were dating, even though in "The Wedding (1)", Ray used his very first column to ask Debra to marry him. Robert says that he used to have a slight bed-wetting problem, but in an earlier episode we find out that Ray would actually dump water in Robert's bed while he was sleeping to make it look like he wet his bed. See more »

Goofs

In "The Kicker," the family is trying to get a valuable football away from Frank. Ray yells at Robert to throw the football across the street and throw it through the window by mistake. Immediately after the window breaks, you can see the arm of the crew member who was standing right next to the window, ready to heave it through. See more »

Quotes

Robert Barone: Hey Deb, I'm really sorry.
Marie Barone: I managed to throw the ball very well.
Robert Barone: Well, I thought Ray was cutting back towards the window.
Debra Barone: A CLOSED window?
Robert Barone: Well, I could tell it was closed. The glass looked very clean.
Marie Barone: All right. Nobody believes you anymore, Robby.
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Up She Rises
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Music by Sam Spence
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