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Ray and Robert scare up a plan to get even with Frank (Peter Boyle) for frightening them with disturbing bedtime stories when they were kids. Robert: Brad Garrett, Doug: Kevin James, Andy: Andy Kindler, Gianni: Jon Manfrellotti, Aileen: Leslie Windram, Mar (more…)
Big-shot sportswriter Ray strikes out when he tries to use his influence to get himself and Robert (Brad Garrett) special access to a Baseball Hall of Fame event honoring the '69 Miracle Mets. Eight members of the World Series-winning team have cameos: Tom (more…)
When Ray and Debra (Patricia Heaton) realize they are more polite to strangers than they are to each other, they decide to be nicer to one another. For starters, Ray agrees to give Debra "unassisted compliments" and she agrees to stop calling him an idiot (more…)
Ray bets something is up when Frank suddenly starts hanging around and becomes Mr. Nice Guy for no apparent reason. Garvin: Len Lesser. Stan: Victor Raider-Wexler. Sal: John Del Regno. Dominic: Monty Hoffman. Frank: Peter Boyle. Ray: Ray Romano.
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…)
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.
After Ray claims he had a close brush with death, Debra thinks it's time to make out their wills. But to whom should they leave the kids? Bernie: Tom McGowan. Linda: Maggie Wheeler. David: Gary Grossman. Debra: Patricia Heaton. Ray: Ray Romano.
Ray is pressured into hiring his whiny, nasally voiced cousin Gerard (Fred Stoller) to help him on a book project and he discovers to his horror that his family believes they are very much alike. Marie: Doris Roberts. Frank: Peter Boyle. Ray: Ray Romano.
Ray tries to figure out the reason Debra is suddenly so amorous, after they make love for the third time in a week---“a Barone record.” Gianni: Jon Manfrellotti. Andy: Andy Kindler. Nick: Mark Dobies. Nemo: Joseph V. Perry. Suzy: Susan Varon. Monique: (more…)
Ray becomes concerned when the twins' preschool teacher (Diana-Maria Riva) says Michael isn't progressing as fast as Geoffrey and may need to repeat the class. Amy: Monica Horan. Geoffrey: Sawyer Sweeten. Michael: Sullivan Sweeten. Ray: Ray Romano.
Ray wants to give his mother a family picture for Christmas, but gathering all of the Barones for the photo session is anything but a snap. Warren: Robert Culp. Lois: Katherine Helmond. Steven: Lew Schneider. Marie: Doris Roberts. Debra: Patricia Heaton. R (more…)
Everyone begins wondering whether Robert is gay after he admits that he's not ready to marry his longtime girlfriend, Amy (Monica Horan), and it's a notion that Frank just can't handle. Robert: Brad Garrett. Frank: Peter Boyle. Ray: Ray Romano.
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- Premiered: September 13, 1996
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Ray Romano hit the sitcom stratosphere with this gem based on his stand-up routine. It's about a Long Island sportswriter and his intrusive parents, who live (in)conveniently across the street from him, his wife and their three children. Romano and costars… (more)