Everybody Loves Raymond (1996–2005)
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The Power of No 

For once, Debra wants sex. But Ray rejects her so she can feel how he feels when she rejects him. But when Debra finds out, it's war.

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Ray Barone
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Robert Barone
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Ally Barone
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Marie Barone
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Frank Barone
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Geoffrey Barone
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For once, Debra wants sex. But Ray rejects her so she can feel how he feels when she rejects him. But when Debra finds out, it's war.

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2 May 2005 (USA)  »

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For this episode, Ray Romano was nominated for the 2005 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series. See more »

Quotes

Amy Barone: Why would Ray keep turning you down?
Debra Barone: For the power!
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Jungle Love
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Performed by Steve Miller Band
Used as the theme song for season 7-9.
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Romano and Heaton carry a latter series 9 episode
12 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Patricia Heaton was a bit part of the success of 'Raymond' across its nine year run, so it's only fitting that this episode allows her to really shine.

It's almost a two hander between her and Ray Romano, with the other characters only appearing briefly, and while not a great episode, there are still a few big laughs along the way.

It would have been nice to see more of the other characters, but it is a credit to Romano and Heaton that they are able to carry this episode so effortlessly.

The end of the show is nigh, but it's still in good form.


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