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Ray tries to explain the birds and the bees to Ally, but she throws him for a loop when she instead asks about the meaning of life. Of course, Ray hasn't a clue and quickly runs for cover. To make matters worse, Frank, Marie and Robert come over and offer (more…)
Debra runs for president of the governing board at the twins' school, but Ray isn't so sure he wants her to win because it'll mean he will have to spend more time taking care of the boys at home while she attends meetings. Parker: David Hunt. Carrie: Eliza (more…)
Robert, distraught over a feud between Marie and Debra, joins a support group. But the family fears it's a cult, so they work to free him from it. Judy: Sherri Shepherd. Mariann: Susan Yeagley. Gerard: Fred Stoller. Robert: Brad Garrett.
Debra tries to convince Ray to go see a marriage counselor with her after she learns that two of their friends have gone. Pamela: Nancy Lenehan. Bernie: Tom McGowan. Linda: Maggie Wheeler. Debra: Patricia Heaton.
Marie drives everyone crazier than usual after she gets glasses and starts pointing out personal flaws that she can now see clearly. Also, Robert gets back together with Amy and invites her to Thanksgiving dinner. Amy: Monica Horan. Marie: Doris Roberts. R (more…)
Everyone thinks Robert has found true love until Ray witnesses his brother's new girlfriend (Elizabeth Bogush) do something shocking, which Robert refuses to believe. Amy: Monica Horan. Rick: Aaron D. Spears. Robert: Brad Garrett.
Ray thinks something is wrong with him after he returns from a night out with the guys and admits to Debra that he didn't enjoy it. She thinks it's a sign that he's finally growing up, but she's horrified when Ray says he wants to join his dad's lodge. Gia (more…)
Ray moves his things out of the master bathroom and into the kids' bath so Debra can have more space, but he soon regrets it when his dad and brother start teasing him and tell him that he is no longer king of his own house. Debra: Patricia Heaton. Robert: (more…)
Frank's heated argument with a supermarket manager frightens Ally so much that she becomes afraid of her grandpa. Frank realizes he needs to talk to her, but he's reluctant to do so because he's never had a real conversation with her and he doesn't know wh (more…)
Raymond is dumbfounded when he learns that a popular sports-radio host hates him and refuses to ever book him on his show. Of course, Ray wants to find out why, so he confronts the man. Musso: Steve Vinovich. Andy: Andy Kindler. Robert: Brad Garrett.
Robert visits Amy's parents (Fred Willard, Georgia Engel) to ask them for their daughter's hand in marriage, and Ray tags along to offer support. Peter: Chris Elliott. Amy: Monica Horan. Robert: Brad Garrett.
Debra tries to get Ray to be more of a disciplinarian with the twins, but she soon regrets it when he goes overboard with their punishment. Also: Frank and Marie learn some disturbing facts about Ray and Robert's behavior when their sons were younger. Mich (more…)
Ray reluctantly agrees to do some charity work at a hospital after Debra signs him up, but he soon becomes a hit with the patients and starts spending more time there than at home, much to his wife's dismay. Lesley: Adrian Ricard. Claudia: Emy Coligado. Je (more…)
Amy's ultra-conservative parents (Fred Willard, Georgia Engel) meet the wacky Barone clan when they visit their daughter and try to talk her out of marrying Robert. Peter: Chris Elliott. Amy: Monica Horan. Robert: Brad Garrett. Marie: Doris Roberts. Frank: (more…)
Ray and Frank convince Robert to purposely write an awful wedding invitation so Amy will take care of all the wedding plans herself. The groom-to-be then drafts a lousy mock invite, and the wrong date and names are just the tip of his intended typos. As fo (more…)
Ray must address the school district's curriculum review board after he complains to Ally's teacher that Ally has too much homework and the teacher agrees with him. Miss Purcell: Kimberly Scott. Guy: Jerry Lambert. Silber: Diana Tanaka. Ally: Madylin Sweet (more…)
Debra and Marie stop talking to each other when Debra puts an abrupt end to one of Marie's unannounced visits, which comes just as Debra is trying to get the kids into the tub and Marie wants the twins to regale her friends with a knock-knock joke. Hilda: (more…)