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Everybody Loves Raymond 

TV-PG | | Comedy | TV Series (1996–2005)
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The comical everyday life of a successful sports columnist and his dysfunctional family.

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Nominated for 2 Golden Globes. Another 56 wins & 170 nominations. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
...  Ray Barone / ... 210 episodes, 1996-2005
...  Debra Barone 210 episodes, 1996-2005
...  Robert Barone 210 episodes, 1996-2005
...  Marie Barone 210 episodes, 1996-2005
...  Frank Barone 210 episodes, 1996-2005
...  Ally Barone 202 episodes, 1996-2005
...  Geoffrey Barone 139 episodes, 1996-2005
...  Michael Barone 139 episodes, 1996-2005
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Ray Barone seemingly has it all. A wonderful wife, a beautiful family, a great job, a nice house on Long Island. There's only one problem. His obnoxious parents (who live across the street) and his jealous brother are always getting in the way. Written by <jgp3553@excite.com>

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(210 episodes)

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In Everybody Loves Raymond: Halloween Candy (1998) Frank, (Peter Boyle's character is dressed as Frankenstein's monster). Boyle also played, more famously, a wacky version of this very same character in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein (1974). See more »

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In one particular episode, one of the actors accidentally refers to Doug Heffernan (of King of Queens, as played by Kevin James) as "Kevin" - his real life name. Kevin James appeared 9 times in "Everybody Loves Raymond." In the first six appearances, during seasons one and two, his character was simply referred to as "Kevin." In the final three appearances, during season three, he portrayed his "Doug Heffernan" character from "The King of Queens." This is probably because the final appearance as "Kevin" took place in May of 1998, while "The King of Queens" did not debut until September of 1998. See more »

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Frank Barone: [to Ray] You're even dumber than I tell people.
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The Where's Lunch production logo shows a plate of food being placed on a dining table. Each episode has its own unique plate of food. See more »

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The actual reality TV for many of us
25 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

"Everybody Loves Raymond" turns all those '50s comedies on their heads. It's not the Donna Reed Show, not Leave it to Beaver, not Father Knows best. It's family life with all its good points and bad, all the love and frustration, and all the individual foibles. Raymond is a sports writer whose parents, the domineering Marie and the couch potato Frank, live across the street from him. His wife Deborah is beautiful but can't cook and comes under constant criticism from her mother-in-law. Ray's brother Robert is a policeman who is jealous of him because - well, "everybody loves Raymond." This show is hilarious - my favorites are numerous, but one of the best is the lost cannister episode when Deborah swears she doesn't have a cannister of Marie's and then it turns out the kids had it. It falls to Raymond to sneak it into his mother's house, so on Easter Sunday he wears a down coat to hide it. I also loved the tofu Thanksgiving turkey, taping over the wedding with a football game, the fly eating woman dating Robert, Robert hanging out with his black partner and walking around in a yellow suit, the colored condoms on Halloween, the girl scout cookie debacle, and dozens and dozens of others.

It was Ray Romano's goal to go out on top, so the series ended in 2005. It was a great run, a perfect ensemble cast, and will be enjoyed on DVD and in syndication for years to come.


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