Everybody Loves Raymond

1996 • CBS
4.7
908 reviews
TV-PG
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Season 3 episodes (26)

1 The Invasion
9/21/98
When Ray's house is tented for termites, he moves his entire family into his parents' house and gives Frank and Marie a taste of their own medicine.
2 Driving Frank
9/28/98
After Frank has one accident too many, Debra decides that the kids can't ride with him anymore, which makes Raymond realize that his dad is getting older.
3 The Sitter
10/5/98
Upset because she thinks the kids like their new babysitter, Lisa, better than their mommy, Debra makes a desperate choice. David Hunt guest stars.
4 Getting Even
10/12/98
After Raymond embarrasses Debra at Ally's school auction, she hints that she's going to "get him back" and Ray lives in fear of her retribution.
5 The Visit
10/19/98
When Debra's mother comes to visit the family for a week, Debra finds herself shocked to discover that she wishes her own mom were more like Marie. Katherine Helmond Guest Stars.
6 Halloween Candy
10/26/98
After Raymond is put in charge of the birth control, his plans for Halloween romance are destroyed when Grandpa runs out of candy at the house and winds up distributing "the colorful rainbow pack" of birth control pills to trick-or-treaters in the neighborhood.
7 Moving Out
11/2/98
After Raymond convinces Robert to move out of Frank and Marie's house, all the family members lose their "buffer."
8 The Article
11/9/98
Ray earns the nickname "attention pig" when he gets upset after Andy's article is published by Sports Illustrated magazine.
9 The Lone Barone
11/16/98
When Amy breaks up with Robert, the entire family blames Raymond for Robert's decision because Raymond told his brother that he feels like "a hostage" and that Debra only keeps him alive "to open jars and kill bugs."
10 No Fat
11/23/98
After Frank and Marie go to a Senior Health Fair and find that their cholesterol is a little high, Marie puts her household on a diet and cooks up tofu turkey and other non-traditional fare for what is supposed to be the Barone Thanksgiving feast.
11 The Apartment
12/7/98
Ray is green with envy when he drops by Robert's new apartment building and gets a look at his brother's sexy neighbors.
12 The Toaster
12/14/98
Ray is devastated when he learns that Marie and Frank traded in their Christmas gift -- a personally engraved toaster from Ray, Debra and the kids -- for a state-of-the-art coffee maker. Katherine Helmond and Robert Culp guest star.
13 Ping Pong
1/11/99
To settle the score -- and maintain his dignity -- Ray challenges Frank to a winner-take-all ping pong match after Frank reveals that he purposely threw a childhood match so that Ray would finally beat him.
14 Pants on Fire
1/18/99
Marie is heartbroken when she uncovers evidence that Ray was not the clean-cut, perfect teenager she believed him to be -- a discovery that propels Robert into the coveted "favorite son" position.
15 Robert's Date
2/1/99
Robert's entire demeanor changes when he starts clubbing with his patrol partner, Judy, and her friends.
16 Frank's Tribute
2/8/99
Frank is elected "Man of the Year" down at the lodge and a reluctant Ray and Robert are enlisted to prepare his tribute.
17 Cruising With Marie
2/15/99
Just as Frank and Marie are about to embark on a high seas vacation, Frank hurts his knee and Ray, not wanting to disappoint his mother, agrees to accompany her on the Caribbean cruise.
18 Ray Home Alone
2/22/99
When Debra and the kids go away for the weekend, Ray is forced to confront the real reason he doesn't want to stay home alone. Kevin James Appears as Doug Heffernan.
19 Big Shots
3/1/99
Trying to impress Robert when they visit the Baseball Hall of Fame, Ray uses his sportswriter's "weight" to jump to the front of the line to meet members of the '69 Miracle New York Mets. Tommie Agee, Jerry Grote, Bud Harrelson, Cleon Jones, Ed Kranepool, Tug McGraw, Art Shamsky and Ron Swoboda guest star.
20 Move Over
3/1/99
Ray spites himself when he complains that Debra is too clingy and cuddly in bed. Charles Durning guest stars.
21 The Getaway
4/5/99
Debra and Ray feel tremendous pressure to show each other a good time on a romantic weekend getaway in Vermont.
22 Working Girl
4/26/99
Much to Ray's dismay, Debra decides to go back to work.
23 Be Nice
5/3/99
Ray and Debra make a pact to try to be nicer to each other. Bill Cosby and Kevin James guest star.
24 Dancing With Debra
5/10/99
Ray is jealous of the special relationship that Debra and Robert develop when the two go swing dancing together.
25 Robert Moves Back
5/17/99
Ray begrudgingly offers up his basement office when Robert and Amy get back together and can't seem to find a place for some "private time."
26 How They Met
5/24/99
Memories of how they first met flood back when Ray and Debra prepare Ally for her first play date with a little boy.

About this show

EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, starring standup comedian and Emmy-Award winner, Ray Romano, revolves around Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter living on Long Island, New York with his wife Debra (multiple Emmy Award-winner, Patricia Heaton), and three kids. But their big happy family gets a bit too big (and less happy) when Ray's meddling parents, Frank (Emmy Award-winner, Peter Boyle) and Marie (Emmy Award winner, Doris Roberts), frequently stop by, since they live directly across the street. Brother Robert (Emmy Award-winner, Brad Garrett), a divorced police officer, is constantly moving in and out of his parents' house, and loves to drop by and show his resentment towards Ray's successful career and happy family life. Dodging Marie's constant critique of Debra's cooking, Frank's witty one-liners and Robert's dead-pan despair, Ray and Debra just wish someone would ring their doorbell before entering once in a while.
4.7
908 reviews
Gixellia
June 21, 2017
Have been watching this family for years, in fact, got all seasons on DVD at home. The writers of this show did a marvellous job mirroring family and individual roles of our schizophrenic society in a humerous way - can identify with every single character :o) Over the years, I have come to appreciate this family as my own. Know many dialogs by heart and still can't stop laughing.
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Galaxy Cat
June 21, 2018
Deserves more reviews than it has, ignore the one star ratings they were written by idiots, just because Raymond's wife is not that funny doesn't mean you give a one star you remove a star :/ learn how to rate every problem minuses a star for a film or TV series but what series don't have problems give the other characters credit the characters that are funny is Frank, Robert, Raymond, Marie, face the fact there has to atleast be one character that is not funny all the time she has good parts like when she imitates Frank and Marie fighting about a egg and a pot
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VICKIE HANSHAW
September 4, 2021
ONE OF THE ALL TIME GREAT SIT-COMS AND ALSO FAMILY FRIENDLY. SOME OF TODAYS SIT-COMS ARE NOT SUITABLE FOR KIDS AND EVEN TEENS AT TIMES . I MAY BE OLD FASHIONED BUT I THINK PRIVACY HAS NOT ONLY TAKEN A BACK SEAT TO COMMON SENSE BUT HAS BEEN THROWN COMPLETELY OUT THE WINDOW . SOME THINGS JUST SHOULD NOT BE SHARED WITH ANYONE.
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