Debra complains that Ray is useless in an emergency after she chokes and Ray does nothing to help her, which then prompts Ray to prove his manhood. Andy: Andy Kindler. Gianni: Jon Manfrellotti. Nemo: Robert Ruth. Suzy: Susan Varon. Debra: Patricia Heaton.
Everyone's mad at Ray when he gets two tickets for the Super Bowl and invites Gianni (Jon Manfrellotti) rather than a family member. Especially miffed is Debra, who thinks the game would be a great way to get away together. Marie: Doris Roberts. Robert: Br (more…)
Ray is horrified when he learns that Marie read his personal journal that he kept when he was a kid. But Marie is even more upset---over one of Ray's journal entries about her. Marie: Doris Roberts. Robert: Brad Garrett. Frank: Peter Boyle.
Ray and Debra go out to dinner on Valentine's Day, only to discover that they don't have anything to say to each other. Of course, their lack of conversation later sparks a lot of discussion from Debra. Waiter: Eric Ramirez. Debra: Patricia Heaton. Ray: Ra (more…)
Ray becomes obsessed with getting the twins more masculine roles in a school play when he learns they are playing fairies. Sarah: Diana-Maria Riva. Father: Michael Duddie. Josh: Isaiah Griffin. Michael: Sullivan Sweeten. Geoffrey: Sawyer Sweeten. Ray: Ray (more…)
Marie arranges for Robert's Italian girlfriend, Stefania (Alex Meneses), to visit him in hopes that the two of them will get married. Marco: David Proval. Nemo: Robert Ruth. Suzy: Susan Varon. Robert: Brad Garrett. Marie: Doris Roberts.
Marie takes an art class and makes an abstract sculpture that looks like a part of the female anatomy---but she doesn't realize it. Everyone else does, though. Sister Ann: Lauri Johnson. Sister Beth: Mary Gillis. Janitor: Rocky McMurray. Marie: Doris Rober (more…)
Ray brags to his pals about hurting his wrist while he and Debra had sex, but he lies to his dad about it, telling him that he fell down the stairs, prompting Frank to rip them up and repair them. Gianni: Jon Manfrellotti. Bernie: Tom McGowan. Doctor: Rich (more…)
Robert gets involved with a woman (Ana Ortiz) he meets at a sports bar, but she thinks he is Ray Barone, the sportswriter, and Robert is afraid to tell her the truth. Wendi: Christine Gonzales. Wendi's Father: Ruben Pla. Robert: Brad Garrett.
Frank riles sports fans when he catches a history-making football at a game, then runs off with it and puts it up for sale. Ron: Boris Cabrera. Ron's Father: Winston J. Rocha. Dave: Hiram Kasten. Frank: Peter Boyle.
Ray takes an instant disliking to Ally's troop leader (Amy Aquino) and becomes determined to sell more troop cookies than her to win the top prize, which is a beach chair and umbrella. Mom: Arnetia Walker. Frontier Girl: Hunter Grey. Mook: Nicholas DiNardo (more…)
Robert becomes furious with Marie after she ruins his “lucky suit,” which he was going to wear to an interview with the FBI. Agent Garfield: Sam Anderson. Secretary: Carole Gutierrez. Robert: Brad Garrett. Marie: Doris Roberts.
Ray and Debra impersonate Frank and Marie in a skit at a 45th wedding-anniversary party hosted by Marie. Stan: Victor Raider-Wexler. Lee: Debra Mooney. Garvin: Len Lesser. Debra: Patricia Heaton. Frank: Peter Boyle. Marie: Doris Roberts.
Frankie rehearses for a choir solo for her church's Christmas midnight mass, and Mike's handling of the family yuletide preparations makes her jealous. Meanwhile, Brick has a problem, and Frankie and Mike try to help him overcome it and get into the holida (more…)
Frankie hosts a holiday party, despite Mike's protests. Meanwhile, Sue asks Rev. TimTom to explain Christmas to Brick; Mike struggles to keep Frankie's present a secret; and Axl and Bob clash as coworkers on a tree lot.
Frankie wants a part-time job at a department store so she can get a discount on Christmas presents. Meanwhile, Mike's brother stashes stolen furniture in the Hecks' garage, which Axl transforms into a bachelor pad; and Brick is cast in a holiday play at c (more…)
Sue develops an allergy to the Christmas tree. Meanwhile, Axl returns home from college and chooses to spend time with his pals instead of his family, which displeases Frankie; and Brick devises a scheme to cover his lie about his wrapping-paper sales.
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- Birth Place: Cleveland, OH
- Birthday: March 4, 1958, Pisces
- Profession: Actor