Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5, Episode 3

The Wallpaper (9 Oct. 2000)

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Marie and Frank crash their car into Ray's house.

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Marie and Frank crash their car into Ray's house.

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The car pins the front door against a chair when it crashes through the wall. The door disappears after coming back from the commercial break. See more »

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[first lines]
Debra Barone: Don't you miss Italy, Ray? Look I took that right from Aunt Colleta's ballcony.
Raymond "Ray" Barone: Wow, look at that lake. Next time we go let's swim naked.
Debra Barone: You know there's fish in there.
Raymond "Ray" Barone: Okay, then just you.
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Ode to Joy
Written by: Ludwig van Beethoven
Performed by: Sydney Philharmonia Choir and Antony Walker
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