Jealousy gets the best of Debra after she and Ray playfully pick out replacement spouses for each other in the event one of them should die prematurely. Unfortunately for Debra, her choice pleases Ray all too well but his selection for her is uninspired. L (more…)
Debra lands in jail for DUI after falling asleep in her parked car following a quarrel with Marie and a champagne binge at Amy's bridal shower. Pat: Georgia Engel. Amy: Monica Horan. Judy: Sherri Shepherd. Officer Keon: Billy Mayo. Rodell: Joel Brooks. Gua (more…)
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…)
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.
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…)
Doug invites Ray Barone (Ray Romano) to crash at his house while both of their wives are out of town and the two go clubbing. Meanwhile, Carrie goes with Arthur to visit her mother's grave in New Jersey for the first time and is shocked when she reads the (more…)
Part 1 of two. The sitcom celebrates six seasons of laughter with a clip-rich showcase. In addition to the clips, celebrities comment on their own families and how they relate to the Barones. Included: Mary Tyler Moore, Ron Howard, Bob Newhart, Billy Bob T (more…)
Conclusion. The sitcom celebrates six seasons of laughter with a clip-rich showcase. In addition to the clips, celebrities comment on their own families and how they relate to the Barones. Included: Mary Tyler Moore, Ron Howard, Bob Newhart, Billy Bob Thor (more…)
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…)
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…)
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- Birth Name: Raymond Romano
- Birth Place: Queens, NY
- Birthday: December 21, 1957, Sagittarius
- Profession: Actor, Comedian, Producer, Writer
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