Everybody Loves Raymond (1996–2005)
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Frank Goes Downstairs 

When Frank goes to the hospital, Ray tells him the truth about when Ray and Debra fell off the bed having sex.

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Robert Barone
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Ally Barone
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Geoffrey Barone
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Michael Barone
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Storyline

Ray blabbers about his wrist hurting when he and Debra fell out of bed during sex. But when Frank hears about it, Ray pretends that it's because they fell down the stairs. While Frank is fixing the stairs, he falls into the basement and breaks his rib. Written by Chris Green

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TV-PG

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29 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Look closely in the scene where Ally and the twins come into the house yelling and screaming. They run toward the kitchen, and all of a sudden the noise completely and abruptly stops. See more »

Goofs

When Frank is in the hospital bed and says, "No kissing!" he looks straight ahead. In the next shot, his head is turned toward Marie. See more »

Quotes

Marie Barone: I told him not to work on those stairs. I KNEW something like this would happen! I can't bare to see him hurt.
[to Frank]
Marie Barone: Why are you such a stubborn Jackass?
Frank Barone: Doctor, could I have THIS removed?
[points to Marie]
Marie Barone: Doctor, before you go, is there such a thing as a "Personality Transplant"?
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Up She Rises
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Music by Sam Spence
Used as the theme song for season 6.
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