An hour of the best moments of Everybody Loves Raymond's first six years. With interviews from celebrities about why they love the show and how they can relate to the characters.

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An hour of the best moments of Everybody Loves Raymond's first six years. With interviews from celebrities about why they love the show and how they can relate to the characters.

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In "The Wedding (2)" it is Debra who introduces Father Hubley to Ray. However in this episode, it appears Father Hubley is the family priest of the Barone family (and has been for a long time), and this time, it is Debra who is introduced to Father Hubley by Marie. See more »

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Bob Newhart: I said, "Honey, is there something wrong?" And she said, uh, she said "I had a dream last night, and we were at a party, and you spent the entire time at the party dancing with this other girl." I said, "But it was a dream." She said, "But it's just the kind of thing you'd do."
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Music by Sam Spence
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This is a great look back on the funniest moments from the "First Six Years"
27 August 2008 | by (Greensboro, NC) – See all my reviews

This episode is from season 6 of "Everbody Loves Raymond" and originally aired in April 2002. This is a great summary view of the first six tears of the show. It doesn't deliberately go about trying to sum up all that has transpired, but is more a "Best of" and includes some of the funniest moments from all these past seasons.

Even if you are not that familiar about the show, you will catch on and learn a lot about the family from the different segments they show.

It is amazing the number of truly hysterical moments this show has given us. You get to relive a lot of the classic one-liners like "you've initiated the launch sequence" (one of our favorites) and many others. Ray dancing to "Lady Marmalade. Another dance sequence to "Jungle Love". There are also great interviews of celebrities like Bob Newhart and Jon Voigt talking about how they can relate to the show. This is a must see episode if you are fan!


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