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…)
Part 1 of two. Robert and Amy's wedding day arrives, but it hardly goes off without a hitch. Robert is so concerned that something will go wrong that he hides out in the men's room of the church. But the biggest problem appears to be Amy's psycho brother (more…)
Conclusion. Robert and Amy are shell-shocked following their bizarre wedding ceremony, and then must endure the reception. Peter: Chris Elliott. Hank: Fred Willard. Pat: Georgia Engel. Gianni: Jon Manfrellotti. Andy: Andy Kindler.
Ray hosts a lame bachelor party for Robert and is shamed by Debra, Marie and Amy into throwing him another one at the lodge, which is attended by Amy's father and brother. Hank: Fred Willard. Peter: Chris Elliott. Andy: Andy Kindler. Bernie: Tom McGowan. G (more…)
Marie instantly tries to get the upper hand in her relationship with her new daughter-in-law when Amy and Robert return from their honeymoon, but Debra steps in, determined to stop Marie's meddling once and for all, which horrifies the guys. Lee: Debra Moo (more…)
Michael claims to be sick for the third day in a row and refuses to go to school, so Ray takes his son to work with him in hopes of boring him so much that he'll want to return to the classroom. Michael: Sullivan Sweeten. Ally: Madylin Sweeten.
Amy and Robert throw a dinner to celebrate three months of wedded bliss, but it takes a nasty turn when they dole out marital advice to Ray and Debra, and even Marie and Frank. Amy: Monica Horan. Robert: Brad Garrett.
Debra persuades Ray to hire Gianni to do some remodeling in their kitchen, but they both soon regret it due to their friend's laziness. His hiring also upsets Frank, who believes he should be allowed to do any handiwork needed around Ray's house. Gianni: J (more…)
Amy's brother (Chris Elliott) comes to help move a couch and ends up calling it his new bed, much to Robert's dismay, who fears that his psycho brother-in-law will never leave. Pat: Georgia Engel. Hank: Fred Willard.
Debra agrees to help recruit new members for Frank's lodge, but Ray doesn't like all the time she's spending there and neither does Marie, who thinks it's shameful. Stan: Victor Raider-Wexler. Garvin: Len Lesser. Max: Max Rosenthal. Albert: Albert Romano (more…)
When Ray and Debra disagree over who should take credit---or blame---for bringing the two of them together, they recall the first time they met, when Ray was an “assistant futon guy” and he made a delivery to Debra's apartment. Gianni: Jon Manfrellotti (more…)
Ray gets upset with Debra and accuses her of turning the kids against him after he learns that she, Ally and the twins make bets about his behavior, such as whether he'll notice something new, forget something from the grocery store or remember to zip his (more…)
Ray and Debra disagree over whether they should purchase an expensive dress for Ally to wear to a friend's formal 13th-birthday party. Debra thinks they should, but Ray can't see spending $250 for a dress that will be worn only once. Of course, Marie takes (more…)
Robert considers retiring from the police force and becoming a security-alarm salesman, but he's afraid to make the decision alone, so he gets input from everyone. Unfortunately, Amy and Marie disagree about his future, which leads to a tense birthday part (more…)
Debra is hurt when Ray receives an honorary doctorate and thanks everyone except her in his acceptance speech. He claims it was accidental, but Debra is quick to remind him of past snubs that were all too deliberate. Debra: Patricia Heaton. Amy: Monica Hor (more…)
Amy's dad embarrasses Robert when he points out his son-in-law's habit of touching food to his chin before eating it. Soon, everyone weighs in on why Robert does it. Worse still, Ray and Frank recall stories of when the annoying habit first began. Hank: Fr (more…)
Robert is discovered by a modeling agent who believes the big guy's unique look is perfect for print ads. All of the ladies are impressed, but Ray and Frank think Robert is wasting his time. William: David Garrison. Receptionist: Hira Ambrosino.
Everyone is stunned when a man (Jason Kravits) shows up looking for Frank and recalls how Mr. Barone mentored him when the two of them worked together many years ago. Ray and Robert become upset when Frank hugs the guy and acts affectionately toward him as (more…)
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