Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 7, Episode 22

Baggage (5 May 2003)

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Ray and Debra have a three-week-fight over who's going to put the suitcase away.

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Ray and Debra have a three-week-fight over who's going to put the suitcase away.

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Tucker Cawley, the writer of this episode, had an experience very similar to Ray and Debra's where he and his wife had a passive-aggressive fight about who would put away a suitcase. See more »

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When Ray comes down the stairs with his plastic bag with his clothes in it, he goes into the kitchen and pulls a can of Canada Dry out of the refrigerator. When Debra rips the hole in the middle of Rays bag, he pulls out a new bag from the drawer and puts his soda on the counter. He packs his clothes in the new carrier and leaves his can on the counter, but when he goes to leave and slings the carrier bag over his shoulder, the can of soda is shown through the bag. See more »

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Marie Barone: Debra, don't let a suitcase full of cheese become your big fork and spoon.
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Who will give in first when it comes to putting things away?
29 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Ray has been away on a business trip and when he returns home, he carelessly leaves his suitcase on the staircase landing rather than taking it on up to the bedroom and unpacking it. Debra refuses to do it for him and decides to just leave it there on the landing until Ray does something about it. It has been sitting there for two weeks. Ray and Debra are in a standoff over the suitcase, with each waiting on the other to do something about putting it away. Ray's brother, Robert, comes over and sees the suitcase sitting on the landing. Robert asks Ray if he can borrow the suitcase for his honeymoon. Ray explains he and Debra have been locked in an "unspoken" battle of wills over the principle of who is responsible for putting the suitcase away. Although Robert thinks Ray and Debra are insane, Frank and Marie can easily relate and offer their own words of wisdom. Frank counsels Ray and Marie advises Debra on how to resolve their marital differences. This episode ends with Marie showing Debra the fork and spoon which she has had hanging on the wall in her kitchen for 45 years in spite of both Marie and Frank not liking them.


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