Everybody Loves Raymond - The Complete Third Season
Everybody Loves Raymond - The Complete Third Season

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Standup comedian Ray Romano stars as Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter who deals with his brother and parents, who happen to live across the street. Patricia Heaton ("The Goodbye Girl"), Peter Boyle ("While You Were Sleeping"), Doris Roberts ("Remington Steele"), and Brad Garrett ("Gleason") round out the stellar cast.

"Still great." These words, spoken by Raymond (Ray Romano) to his wife, Debra (Patricia Heaton) at the poignant conclusion of the flashback episode "How They Met," help close out Everybody Loves Raymond's wonderful third season. He is referring not only to the hapless cook's lone signature dish, lemon chicken, but to their marriage as well. But he could just as well have been referring to Raymond itself. The Emmy-worthy ensemble (at this point, still losing out to the Frasier juggernaut) are discovering new dimensions to their characters, and the show's writers are mining even more precious, intimately observed character-based comedy gold from the Barones' dysfunctional family life. Several episodes this season rank among the series' best, including "How They Met" and the totally whacked "Robert's Date," in which Robert (Brad Garrett) desperately tries to fit in with his black partner and her friends. This is a pivotal season for Raymond's Eeyore-esque brother, who finally declares his independence and moves out of his parents' home and into his own apartment. This does not help his love life. In the hilarious episode "Robert Moves Back," Robert and Amy (Monica Horan) at last consummate their relationship, but are devastated when they learn they were exposed through curtainless windows to the other tenants in Robert's building ("You ruined our Bible study"). For viewers with a strong investment in these characters, there are earth-rocking time capsule moments, as in "The Visit," when Debra lashes out at her preoccupied mother that she wishes she were more involved in the family like Marie (Doris Roberts).

What elevates Raymond is that it is much more than just wisecracks and putdowns. The peerless cast deftly navigates the fine line between comedy and drama. "Frank's Tribute" concludes with a rare, touching moment between the verbally abusive Frank (Peter Boyle) and Marie in which he gently cradles her in his arms to remove cold cream from her face. At the conclusion of "Driving Frank," the road accident-prone Frank surrenders his car keys to Raymond. Not that Raymond is going soft. It's still, first, last, and foremost, funny. In the season-opener, "The Invasion," Debra gleefully gives her mother-in-law a taste of her own meddlesome medicine, but her victories against the indomitable Marie are, as ever, short-lived. Yes, after three seasons, Raymond is still great. And it would continue to become even greater in season 4. --Donald Liebenson

Customer Reviews:

  • Ray hits his stride
    This season is a completely different take on the Raymond universe. This season, (in stark contrast to the previous two) the family bickers consantly, exchanges witless put downs, and nurses petty hatreds and grudges. Also in a radical departure, the character of Robert speaks in an affected voice that sounds like a cross between Andre the Giant and a complete idiot. You'll also be thrilled to learn that, as opposed to the other seasons, Ray and his wife DON'T get along in this season and blather endlessly about incredibly trivial disagreements. Yep, good to see that good 'ol ray is retaining the spirit of creativity and innovation that made it such a hit in the first place.......more info
  • Episodes
    1. The Invasion

    2. Driving Frank

    3. The Sitter

    4. Getting Even

    5. The Visit

    6. Halloween Candy

    7. Moving Out

    8. The Lone Barone

    9. No Fat

    10. The Apartment

    11. The Toaster

    12. Ping Pong

    13. Pants on Fire

    14. Roberts Date

    15. Frannks Tribute

    16. Cruising With Marie

    17. Ray Home Alone

    18. Big Shots

    19. Move Over

    20. The Getaway

    21. Working Girl

    22. Dancing With Debra

    23. Robert Moves Back

    24.How They Met ...more info
  • The final fine tuning season of the show
    In its third season the show finally started to get the ratings CBS expected after a strong two seasons. The show started to focus more on Robert's love life and relationship with his family members in general. Throughout the season Robert seems to be asking himself how I fit in. What am I supposed to do with my life? Trufully I don't think the writers really had an idea, but they wanted to make the search for these answers as funny as possible and they did for the most part. The saga begins with the episode "Moving out" and ends with "Robert moves back", arguably the funniest episode of the season in which Robert and Amy get back together and try to make up for lost time. Along the way Robert breaks up Amy in the "Lone Barone" and lives in an interesting apartment.

    In my opinion the first classic episode of the series came during this season with "The Toaster", but there are plenty of mediocre and sub par episodes that include the dated humor of "Robert's Date" along with "The Invasion", "Pants on Fire", "Be Nice", and "The Getaway"

    Hidden gem episodes from this season are "Working Girl", "Frank's Tribute" and "Move Over"

    This season has some funny moments but you have to sift through a lot of bad episodes to find them....more info
  • Simply Stellar!!! Doris Roberts and Peter Boyle steal the show!!
    I'll admit, by the time I found this show, it was in it's 7th season, so it took me a while to catch up on things. Didn't take me long to see why this show was so highly talked about. My favorite episode from Season 3, without a doubt was #10 (No Fat). Because of the results from a health fair, Marie decided to put both her and Frank on a diet. Since Thanksgiving was nearby, Marie decided to change things up and cook an all healthy thanksgiving meal, instead of the good, high calorie stuff. This turned out to be a near disaster. So, Marie brings out the bird, and after Frank observed it, he said, "May I have my carving knife, please? I wanna sl** my throat!!!". I nearly fell over laughing, just listening to that line. That just goes to show that Peter Boyle was a genius, playing the character of Frank. After he was asked to try the "fake" turkey, his facial expressions drove me insane with laughter. Honestly, it was such a hysterical moment, watching thanksgiving day unravel at the Barones.

    Another favorite from this season, was episode 15, where Robert decided to hang out with his cop partner, Judy, who just happened to be black, which wasn't a problem for Robert, but it seemed like a big deal to Frank and Marie, and of course, the insults started flying out. Robert tried to transform himself into being like one of Judy's friends, which blew up in his face.

    This was television at it's best, and I for one enjoyed it. Go out and get this for yourself. Better yet, get it here on Amazon. It's definitely recommended.

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  • Simply Hilarious
    A must have. Family comedy that anyone can relate to. My favorite episode was the one where Ray and Robert go on a trip to meet a baseball hall of famer. ...more info
  • "You Gotta Get Out More....My Bru-THA!".....My Favorite Episode
    is the one when robert went "clubbin"....when i first saw that i was LMAO! so i had to buy the 3rd season.talk about a culture clash of the WORST kind.(i mean that in a good,funny way.) if there's a list of the best episodes from Everybody Loves Raymond my vote goes for "Robert's Date". that episode is a classic in the making. the whole set is great too.
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  • I love *Everybody Loves Raymond*
    I can remember being on a flight where episodes of ELR were being shown. At the time, I thought, "how boring" and read a book. Now, 2 years later, I am a devout ELR fan, and I never miss an episode, including all the reruns! I regret that I didn't watch ELR on the plane--it would've made the flight more enjoyable. My entire family enjoys this show, including my little sister who is 10 years old. I'm 22 and am in love with the show! It's truly something the whole family can enjoy. You just can't find comedy like this anywhere else. I am anxiously awaiting the release of the 3rd season! The DVD's have extra features that are also fun to watch. We'll miss you Raymond! :)...more info
  • Every season it gets better
    Having seen every show, i can tell you it does get better with age (and, this may just be me, but Patricia Heaton gets better with age as well, by the 8/9th season she is smoking!). That doesn't mean the 1st season is not any good, but as with every great TV show, the characters develop, they grow on you and you keep coming back for more.

    All the charachters have their strengths but are all equally as good. It tends to only get really funny when they are all together, it just pure comedic chaos. Peter Boyle as Rays dad is superb and the mum, Doris Roberts, is just as good (i really want to try her food!!!). And his hard done by brother, creates some great sibling rivalry which results in some very funny laughs.

    Buy this, buy every season. You wont be disappointed!...more info
  • The Growing Characters.
    This is the season that the show truly came into its own. All of the characters developed over the season into the dysfunctional palooza {Ray's term} that are the disputatious Barones. Debrah's yelling, Ray's whining, Frank's sarcasm, Marie's growing intrusiveness, and Robert's jealousy come together in the best of the three seasons. I think these were the best four.
    Ep2-Driving Frank, explored the issue of age and the volatile father-son relationship in a way many viewers could relate to.
    Ep9-The Lone Barone, saw Ray's lecture to Robert on marriage rebound hilariously on him when he gets blamed for Robert and Amy's breakup.
    Ep20-Move Over, Ray digs his "husband grave" with every sentence. Debra as usual overeacts while Ray's visit to Father Hubley for advice was a typical session of selfcentered Ray missing the point. Only a Barone could enrage a priest.
    Ep25-Robert Moves Back, was a funny opera. The kitchen scene saw Frank's insensitivity, Marie's shock, Ray's indifference, Robert and Amy's humiliation, and as always Debrah gets insulted by Marie. ...more info
  • I also Love Raymond
    I love this series. This is one of the best 'real' tv sitcoms ever. He is such a 'man', and Debra has the patience of a saint. And Marie is just so 'full of love' for everybody else!
    Not only does evetybody love Raymond, everybody KNOWS Raymond and his family. I love the way you have 'edited' Frank, he reminds me of my own father, except 'Holy "crap"' was not his favorite word if you get my drift. The kids are great, it's been nice to see them grow up. I love this season of Raymond, I wish you guys could put in more 'bluppers', they are really funny. Can you please let me know when I can purchase Season-4, Season-5, and all the rest!!!

    I even watch the re-runs, I really hate to see this tv show go off the air....more info
  • I used to love Everybody Loves Raymond
    I loved "Everybody Loves Raymond" because the family reminded me of my own family. However, a light bulb went on one day and I realized that #1.. I was gaining wt. from the power of suggestion regarding all the references to food and #2. There was an awful lot of screaming going on. Hmmmm come to think of it I had wanted to leave home because of the weird temper tantrums so why on earth was I watching this show? I turned to tamer stuff like (don't laugh) the old "Doris Day Show" reruns, and Ballykissangel, Monarch of the Glen, movies based on Jules Verne books, and historical events, and I started listening to lots of books on CDs. I've lost weight and I've since given up all commercial TV. It's great! My stress level is low and I'm living a happier life. And all because I gave up shows like this one. Sorry. I was a huge fan...but maybe someday a light bulb will go on in your head too...I mean how much yelling can a person take?...more info
  • ELR rebounds with very solid third season
    Season 2 was mostly good but never really "hit one out of the park", as it were. Season 3 is a return to the consistently funny and entertaining stride the show hit as Season One found its momentum.

    The gag reel is not to be missed, though a bit shorter than I'd hoped. The Academy of Television panel discussion is an unexpectedly delightful bonus feature, although sometimes seeing these ensemble actors outside of the milieu of their show is akin to pulling back the curtain to look at the Wizard -- you almost hate to see them NOT in the show.

    The rock band KISS lost quite a bit of their mystique and appeal when they took off the make-up after 10 years. And going behind the scenes with the ELR cast, be it with the Academy of Television panel or the gag reel, does in a tiny way destroy the "magic" of it all.

    I have attended 5 sitcom tapings over the years, and without fail I can never watch those shows the same way again. The "fourth wall" was forever broken, and instead of seeing the characters in the show's element I would instead always envision the cast and large crew at work on the soundstage of their particular studio, surrounded by swing sets (the "theatrical" kind, not the playground kind), the studio audience, the geography of the building, studio, outside neighborhood of L.A. or Burbank, etc.

    What's my point? The Season 3 ELR extras are fun, but sometimes too much "insider" view can spoil the magic.

    So bear that in mind as you watch these bonus features. But the episodes themselves are top-notch, and I already have my checkbook out to purchase Season 4, whenever that may be. ...more info
  • First Truly Exceptional Season Of Raymond
    Don't get me wrong, I love each and every season of Everybody Loves Raymond, but season 3 is definitely one of the best ones. Each of the characters continues to develop, and there are several key episodes in this season (the highlights include Robert finally moving out, the season finale depicting how Ray and Debra first met, and the infamous toaster episode). Definitely the best season of the show up til that point, and they just kept getting better (for the most part)....more info
  • Season 3 of ELR
    Now we're talking. The first really good season of classic side-splitting comedy. Best episodes include THE INVASION, GETTING EVEN, THE APARTMENT, THE TOASTER, RAY HOME ALONE and MOVE OVER. Best line in the season is when the girls in Roberts apartment refer to debra as "you're maid"....more info
  • Very funny TV
    I really like season three of ELR. There are some classic moments here. I especially loved Ping-Pong....more info
    Raymond to me is the heir apparent to Seinfeld...a show that started out somewhat slowly and built itself into a juggernaut. Much like Seinfeld it's a show that is going out while still being at the top of its game and I really can't believe the show has been on for nine years. But the show will be one that will survive for years in re-runs. It's that smart and that funny. That makes a good sitcom is great characters and Raymond had them hand over fist. I think it will be a long time before I ever get tired of watching this show. Here are some of my favorite episodes from the third season:

    "The Invasion" The opening episode has Ray and family forced to move in with his parents when their home is being cleaned for termites. Ray and Debra decide to give Marie and Frank a taste of their own, butt-insky treatment.

    "The Sitter" Marie is insulted when Debra hires a young baby-sitter instead of asking her. They let the sitter go but then Marie finds out she can't keep up with the kids.

    "Halloween Candy" one of my all-time favorites. Ray plans to get a vasectomy but backs out. He decides then to use condoms and buys a multi-colored pack that Frank mistakes for candy and gives out to the kids for Halloween.

    "No Fat" Marie wants to eat healthier and puts Frank and herself on a diet right before Thanksgiving and even makes a tofu turkey, much to the family's horror. Ray orders a real turkey and catches Marie sneaking some of it later.

    "The Toaster" A Christmas Episode. Ray gives family and friends a personalized toaster as a gift. he then finds out his parents returned the gift without ever opening it.

    "Roberts Date" Robert hits it off with his new female partner who happens to be African-American. Robert then starts talking in slang and wearing yellow suits.

    "Dancing With Debra" Ray encourages Robert to go dancing with Debra so he can get out of it. But his brother and wife are having just a little too much fun together.

    Great show...Great Season! Relive the greatness that is Raymond!...more info
  • What can I say--
    this series is one of the funniest TV shows that has ever aired. The 3rd season is highly recommended....more info
  • Everbody loves Reymond / The complete third season
    Excellent, however two of the 5 DVDs did not work at all. My DVD was unable to read the two DVD whereas it was able to read the other three....more info
  • Everybody Loves Raymond Season 3
    Dvds excellent, timescale and cost more expensive than ordering via Amazon.co.uk, so will be ordering future ones from that site instead...more info
  • Everybody Loves Raymond - Season 3 DVD - AMAZING!
    This show is absolutely amazing...there fore the DVD of the third season of the show is absolutely amazing!

    This is definately one of the best seasons of this show! The episodes keep you laughing the whole way through...no matter how many times you've seen them. The bloopers on this season are even better then those for the second season!

    Definately a must-buy for any fan of the show...or any fan of quality comedy!...more info
  • Price could have been better
    Overall purchase experience was good. The item arrived per schedule and was an good condition. however, I found the same item at Costco for about $5 less. Wish they had price guarantee....more info
  • Great Show
    This show is one of the funniest shows I have ever seen (next to Friends and Will and Grace). It is about Ray, a newspaper columnist, living with his family, and his intrusive parents live across the street. Deborah is Ray's wife. She constantly needs to balance her own three kids and a husband. It is much harder for her when Marie keeps sub-consciously insulting Deborah's cleaning, cooking, and parenting. If you watch the show, you know what to expect when she reacts to things. Marie is Ray and Robert's overbearing mother. Whenever she gets in people's way, her excuse is "I do it for love". Frank is the most blunt, couch-potatolike, and one of the most funniest characters I have ever watched. He keeps calling Marie a nag and the most contact he has with her is when Marie is told by Frank "Make me: eggs, a sandwich, bacon, steak, and other foods. Marie doesn't mind at all. Frank and Marie are what you call a "dysfunctional loving family". The one left out is Robert. He's Ray's brother. He works as a police officer in the NYPD. Everytime he comes home with good news, Ray trumps that and gets all of the attention. These two are usually seen competeing for their parents attention. Whenever Deborah wants Ray and/or Robert that their parents (Frank and Marie) are doing something wrong, the two sons always come up with a reason to not tell them that they are doing something wrong.(For example: Marie comes over to Ray's house everyday, Marie continues to control the family without knowing it....more info
  • Fun
    How can you not laugh? We watched these DVD's while on lay-over at LAX and now apologize to everyone for how much we couldn't help but laugh out loud!...more info
  • Wonderful for the whole family!
    Everybody Loves Raymond has to be the best sitcom of all time. I'm working to collect all the seasons of the show. I have three so far and anytime you've had a hard day, just sit back and turn the DVD on and you'll feel happy and relaxed in no time. This is suitable for the entire family. The humor is wonderful and the cast of characters are perfectly cast. You'll never regret this purchase, but you'll want to get all seasons to have a perfect library and see how the characters grow over the years. I loved it!!...more info
  • Starting to wear a little thin
    Okay, the first two seasons were great. But now, on the third, the constant fighting is not only exaggerated,but getting a little old. How many times is it funny to hear Frank wish Marie dead, or listen to Debra nag (I cringe whenever she starts that whiny voice) or to watch Marie, once again, favor Ray while poor Robert sits in a corner? It seems things alsolean more to the mean spirited side, and man oh man, it's just getting so not funny anymorethe whole 'Debra doesn't clean, Marie and Frank always barging in.' The jokes seem recycled. Don't know if I'll be buying anymore seasons after this....more info
  • One of the best shows of its time...
    First telecast in the Fall of 1996, Everybody Loves Raymond became an instant favorite among TV audiences, a love affair that would last for nine memorable seasons. Following on the heels of a series of successful sitcoms starring stand-up comics - Seinfeld, Home Improvement, The Drew Carey Show, etc., Everybody Loves Raymond drew upon the comedic talents of Ray Romano who plays the role of the title character Ray Barone...

    A successful Long Island-based sportswriter, Ray and his wife Debra (Patricia Heaton) enjoy a happy marriage and the company of their three children - daughter Ally (Madylin Sweeten) and twin sons Geoffrey (Sawyer Sweeten) and Michael (Sullivan Sweeten). But they also happen to live directly across the street from Ray's parents, Frank (Peter Boyle) and Marie (Doris Roberts), who take it upon themselves to enter their son and daughter-in-law's house whenever they wish (without knocking) and dispense advice and sometimes insults. Joining Frank and Marie is Ray's brother Robert (Brad Garrett), a divorced policeman, who periodically lives with Frank and Marie and is often jealous of Ray's idyllic life. Together, they create the perfect loving and dysfunctional family...

    The Everybody Loves Raymond (Season 3) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere in which Ray and Debra's house gets quarantined after they spray for termites. Moving into Frank and Marie's house along with the kids, they decide to give Ray's parents a dose of their own medicine, but quickly learn that it's near impossible to turn the tables on their annoying relatives... Other notable episodes from Season 3 include "Getting Even" in which Debra vows revenge on Ray for embarrassing her, prompting Ray to drive himself crazy in anticipation of her retaliation, and "Moving Out" in which Robert attempts to move out of his parents house and into a garage apartment only to realize that the couple he's now living with are clones of the very parents he sought to escape...

    Below is a list of episodes included on the Everybody Loves Raymond (Season 3) DVD:

    Episode 48 (The Invasion)
    Episode 49 (Driving Frank)
    Episode 50 (The Sitter)
    Episode 51 (Getting Even)
    Episode 52 (The Visit)
    Episode 53 (Halloween Candy)
    Episode 54 (Moving Out)
    Episode 55 (The Article)
    Episode 56 (The Lone Barone)
    Episode 57 (No Fat)
    Episode 58 (The Apartment)
    Episode 59 (The Toaster)
    Episode 60 (Ping Pong)
    Episode 61 (Pants on Fire)
    Episode 62 (Robert's Date)
    Episode 63 (Frank's Tribute)
    Episode 64 (Cruising with Marie)
    Episode 65 (Ray Home Alone)
    Episode 66 (Big Shots)
    Episode 67 (Move Over)
    Episode 68 (The Getaway)
    Episode 69 (Working Girl)
    Episode 70 (Be Nice)
    Episode 71 (Dancing with Debra)
    Episode 72 (Robert Moves Back)
    Episode 73 (How They Met)

    The DVD Report...more info
  • If it were that bad it wouldn't have lasted nine seasons...
    Hey, the world is full of different sensibilities and everyone has their own feel for what's funny. I didn't begin watching this series until it made it to daily syndicated repeats, and once I started watching it I saw a lot of truth in the show...a lot of real life family situations, and while Ray Romano's delivery may not be everyone's style...Ray Barone is just a guy trying to deal with what his life has given him, in this case a brother who thinks he's playing second fiddle, a wife who's smarter than anyone gives her credit for and parents who are absolutely priceless. They simply couldn't have picked a finer group of people to play these characters. Sure, some folks say "What was the big deal about Seinfeld or Friends?" and the big deal was the way they all worked together and the way we all got to know their characters and their histories together, what worked out, what didn't. There's a chemistry unique to Everybody Loves Raymond that a lot of the critics completely miss when they say they think the show is boring...it's the ensemble working together that makes this show...made Friends what it was, Seinfeld, WKRP in Cincinnati...they made each other look great and you can tell they were having a great time doing it. The commentary in episode one on the first season collection explains it all: the title is said from the perspective of Robert, Ray's brother...that's how he feels: "Yeah, I bust my butt every day and I try to be the best I can...but EVERYBODY loves Raymond..." I look forward to season three on DVD, and the rest of them too. ...more info
  • Who don't love Raymond?????
    What can I say??? How can anyone who "loves Raymond" be disappointed with this video collection? My ONLY complaint is the pricing. Although it is well within competative pricing (or better with Amazon most times), when I get done collecting the entire series, I'll have a good sum of money in them..........still worth it though. Thumbs up from this Raymond-loving family :)...more info
  • One of my all-time favorite sitcoms!
    I'm really glad for the release of these DVD box sets, because without them, I never would have gotten into this show...now one of my very favorites!

    The plot centers upon Ray Barone, a sportswriter living on Long Island with his wife Debra and children Ally, Geoffrey and Michael. The bane of their existence is Ray's parents Marie and Frank...living just across the street, and acting like Ray and Debra's home is an extension of their own. To compound the problem, Ray's older brother Robert, a divorced NYPD lieutenant, moves back home...

    This show doesn't look for sophisticated, implausible storylines. Rather, it focuses upon the tiny aspects of everyday life and relationships - father/son, husband/wife, brother/brother, parent/child - and finds comedy in the truth. Ray and Debra often clash, as he just wants to relax when he comes home from work, and she - a stay-at-home mom - wants him to pitch in, or go out. Frank is crass, and Marie is nosy and opinionated.

    Season 3 includes Robert moving out; a "tofu turkey" for Thanksgiving; and the infamous episode where Frank accidentally hands out something wildly inappropriate into the neighborhood children's Halloween bags.

    If you're unfamiliar with this show, check it out! You'll soon be laughing hysterically and looking for the rest of the seasons....more info
  • Does TV comedy get any better than this?
    I have been a fan of this show ever since I was flipping through the channels and caught a few seconds of that now classic comedy of Ray Romano and his wonderful cast mates. The Episodes in this collection follow the same charming formula of everyday family issues as prior seasons. I have a great time putting in this collection and relaxing with a snack and can watch them over and over again. This is a remarkable show that I reccommend to any person who is interested in classic comedy with longevity. This show certainly had that...more info
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  • One of my favorites...
    Everybody loves Raymond is one of my favorite all-time sitcoms. Season 3 is great from start to finish, every single episode. Can't wait to own all 9 seasons. Anyway, this is off subject, I am wondering what is the title of the song where Robert and Amy are listening to the radio in Raymond's basement in "Robert Moves Back" episode, a great guitar playing and Robert says to Amy: "Is this guy amazing or what?".
    If anyone knows please e-mail me.
    Buy it NOW. Chhers :)...more info
  • Everybody loves raymond
    Boy do I miss his show. but can watch my own dvd's of him....more info
  • Everybody Loves Raymond...and Family
    I began watching ELR about 2 years ago. I caught a repeat of E10 "No Fat", where Marie makes a healthy Thanksgiving dinner. I laughed so hard, I was on the floor. Especially when Ray says to Debra "...it sort of starts out with an aftertaste...". I've watched every episode since and have purchased all the DVD sets, anxiously awaiting the release of the remaining two seasons. My only question: E22 "Be Nice" - the ELR website writes in their episode guide that Ray picks up Doug from Dr Becker's office. I've watched the DVD episode and that scene is not included. Since I missed the original airing, was it just a tie-in to 'King of Queens' or 'Becker'? Too bad it wasn't included or mentioned on the DVD's behind the scenes footage....more info
  • Everybody including me.....loves Raymond!!
    It is hard these days to find a truly funny show on television! I know my family will definitely miss this show. I hope they keep playing re-runs because they are just as funny the 2nd time around!!...more info


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