History Awesome / EverybodyLovesRaymond

26th Jan '16 1:24:41 PM speedyboris
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* Marie stands up to Frank in ''Marie's Vision' for his {{Jerkass}} behaviour. However, when Marie says they're in a loveless marriage, Frank in turn breaks her glasses, the main source of her new criticisms the whole episode.

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* Marie stands up to Frank in ''Marie's Vision' for his {{Jerkass}} behaviour. However, when Marie says they're in a loveless marriage, Frank in turn breaks her glasses, the main source of her new criticisms the whole episode.episode.
* "Liars": Marie deducing that Ray and Debra were lying. By the end of it:
--> '''Debra''': Oh, Marie, how can you think that? You are way off, right, Ray?\\
'''Ray''': How did you do that?
13th Jan '16 7:21:40 AM speedyboris
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--> '''Robert:''' Who am I? I'm someone who can crush you into a fine powder. That's who I am. Now, Ray Barone has more talent in the weird pimple on his neck that won't go away then you have in your entire body you oily, two-faced hack. You only wish you could be Ray Barone because you will never come close to him as a writer, as a father, as a friend, or as a person. [turns away] Come on, Raymond.

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--> '''Robert:''' Who am I? I'm someone who can crush you into a fine powder. That's who I am. Now, Ray Barone has more talent in the weird pimple on his neck that won't go away then you away, than ''you'' have in your entire body you oily, two-faced hack. You only wish you could be Ray Barone because you will never come close to him as a writer, as a father, as a friend, or as a person. [turns away] Come on, Raymond.
13th Jan '16 7:20:19 AM speedyboris
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* Marie is often characterized by being smothering and overprotective, but she earns her MamaBear status in the flashback episode when Robert recounts how he was divorced from his first wife, Joanne. When Marie finds out that Joanne has dumped her son, she turns on Joanne with a ferocity that would melt lesser mortals. And when Joanne ups the ante by calling Marie the B-word, Marie unloads about how she's held her tongue for too long, even ignoring Joanne's past as a stripper in Atlantic City. When Marie concludes her monologue by throwing Joanne out of the house, ending with the line "It's time to take out the trash!" the audience roars approval. Her sons are a bit more surprised by what has happened. Robert asks what he's supposed to do now, with Raymond pointing out the obvious: "Don't call Mom a bitch."

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* Robert finally being assertive to Joanne:
--> '''Robert''': Don't talk to him like that.\\
'''Joanne''': Excuse me?\\
'''Ray''': It's okay.\\
'''Robert''': No no, it's not okay. I want you to apologize to Raymond.\\
'''Joanne''': Apologize for what?\\
'''Robert''': For what you just said to him, and for all the mean things you've ever said about him.\\
'''Ray''': She says mean things about me?\\
'''Robert''': Oh, sure sure. She's sweet to your face, but as soon as you leave she talks about how your voice sounds like a wounded cow. Or how when you run, it looks like you're trying to hold a pencil between your cheeks. I'm tired of the way you treat him. He's my brother. And I'm gonna tell you something else, Joanne. Maybe if you just showed a little warmth to people, they wouldn't be so scared of you. And maybe if you just gave me a clue that you still cared about me, I wouldn't spend so much time hiding out at Ray and Debra's. And you wanna know something else? Things are gonna have to start ''changing'' around here.
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Marie is often characterized by being smothering and overprotective, but she earns her MamaBear status in the flashback episode when Robert recounts how he was divorced from his first wife, Joanne. When Marie finds out that Joanne has dumped her son, she turns on Joanne with a ferocity that would melt lesser mortals. And when Joanne ups the ante by calling Marie the B-word, Marie unloads about how she's held her tongue for too long, even ignoring Joanne's past as a stripper in Atlantic City. When Marie concludes her monologue by throwing Joanne out of the house, ending with the line "It's time to take out the trash!" the audience roars approval. Her sons are a bit more surprised by what has happened. Robert asks what he's supposed to do now, with Raymond pointing out the obvious: "Don't call Mom a bitch."
29th Dec '15 7:30:54 AM speedyboris
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--> '''Ray''': We're taking this damn picture! Would you see what I'm dealing with here? Are you blind?\\
'''Warren''': Uh, Raymond-\\
'''Ray''': Baaah! No habla talkie talkie, okay? I've had it with trying to make everybody happy! I was trying to do something nice! I'm sick of everybody coming up to me, "Oh talk to Debra." "Talk to your mother." "Why can't my girlfriend be in the picture?" "Oh, I don't want to spend Christmas with them." "Fix it, Raymond, talk." I'm done talking! Don't talk to me anymore, you hear me? If you wanna talk, talk to yourselves 'cause I'm out!
5th Jul '15 9:47:25 AM toongrrl1990
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--> Pat: This wedding, whether we like it or not, was for Amy and Robert, and you shouldn't have intruded on their moment of happiness.
--> Marie: I was doing it for them!
--> Pat: Oh Marie, I think maybe, you were doing it for you... and you were so worried about what ''you'' wanted to express that you weren't thinking about anyone else, including your son. ...I-I think that's called ''narcissism''.

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--> Pat: '''Pat:''' This wedding, whether we like it or not, was for Amy and Robert, and you shouldn't have intruded on their moment of happiness.
--> Marie: '''Marie:''' I was doing it for them!
--> Pat: '''Pat:''' Oh Marie, I think maybe, you were doing it for you... and you were so worried about what ''you'' wanted to express that you weren't thinking about anyone else, including your son. ...I-I think that's called ''narcissism''.



--> '''Marie''': Maybe you could all use some advice from someone who's in a position to ''give'' it. (...) You think we have nothing to offer? We've been married 46 years. We've seen the lows, and we've seen the highs.\\
'''Frank''': [[DeadpanSnarker What day was the HIGH?]]\\
'''Marie''': (to Robert and Amy) You two, you're newlyweds, you're in love. God bless you, you know nothing. (to Ray and Debra) And you two are ''always'' fighting. And the reason you get so upset about it is because you think there's something wrong with that. Look at us: This is experience, this is wisdom.\\
'''Frank''': [[BigEater This is juicy!]]\\
'''Marie''': You want some real marriage advice? I'm gonna give you the secret. There's ''gonna'' be yelling! There's ''gonna'' be anger! Don't fight it; accept it! You love him, you hate him. He disgusts you, look how he eats. You keep your head down, and you plow through!\\
'''Frank''': Amen!\\

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--> '''Marie''': '''Marie:''' Maybe you could all use some advice from someone who's in a position to ''give'' it. (...) You think we have nothing to offer? We've been married 46 years. We've seen the lows, and we've seen the highs.\\
'''Frank''': '''Frank:''' [[DeadpanSnarker What day was the HIGH?]]\\
'''Marie''': '''Marie:''' (to Robert and Amy) You two, you're newlyweds, you're in love. God bless you, you know nothing. (to Ray and Debra) And you two are ''always'' fighting. And the reason you get so upset about it is because you think there's something wrong with that. Look at us: This is experience, this is wisdom.\\
'''Frank''': '''Frank:''' [[BigEater This is juicy!]]\\
'''Marie''': '''Marie:''' You want some real marriage advice? I'm gonna give you the secret. There's ''gonna'' be yelling! There's ''gonna'' be anger! Don't fight it; accept it! You love him, you hate him. He disgusts you, look how he eats. You keep your head down, and you plow through!\\
'''Frank''': '''Frank:''' Amen!\\



'''Marie''': (shrugs) You make room. There's gonna be hate; hate is ''real''. Marriage is real. We may fight, but we're okay with each other. And you know why? We've endured; we have been through it ''all''. And now...\\
'''Frank''': ...We're waiting for death!\\

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'''Marie''': '''Marie:''' (shrugs) You make room. There's gonna be hate; hate is ''real''. Marriage is real. We may fight, but we're okay with each other. And you know why? We've endured; we have been through it ''all''. And now...\\
'''Frank''': ...'''Frank:''' ...We're waiting for death!\\



'''Marie''': Not that we're in a rush.\\
'''Frank''': Fair enough.\\
'''Marie''': THAT'S a marriage.

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'''Marie''': '''Marie:''' Not that we're in a rush.\\
'''Frank''': '''Frank:''' Fair enough.\\
'''Marie''': '''Marie:''' THAT'S a marriage.
28th Jun '15 1:34:48 AM RCFU200
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* Marie finally standing up to Frank in "Marie's Vision".
** Frank in turn breaking her glasses, the main source of her new criticisms the whole episode; for saying they were in a loveless marriage.

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* Marie finally standing stands up to Frank in "Marie's Vision".
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''Marie's Vision' for his {{Jerkass}} behaviour. However, when Marie says they're in a loveless marriage, Frank in turn breaking breaks her glasses, the main source of her new criticisms the whole episode; for saying they were in a loveless marriage.episode.
31st Jan '15 6:36:46 PM PrinceKaen
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* Marie is often characterized by being smothering and overprotective, but she earns her MamaBear status in the flashback episode when Robert recounts how he was divorced from his first wife, Joanne. When Marie finds out that Joanne has dumped her son, she turns on Joanne with a ferocity that would melt lesser mortals. And when Joanne ups the ante by calling Marie the B-word, Marie unloads about how she's held her tongue for too long, even ignoring Joanne's past as a stripper in Atlantic City. When Marie concludes her monologue by throwing Joanne out of the house, ending with the line "It's time to take out the trash!" the audience roars approval. Her sons are a bit more surprised by what has happened. Robert asks what he's supposed to do now, with Raymond pointing out the obvious: "Never call Mom a bitch."

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* Marie is often characterized by being smothering and overprotective, but she earns her MamaBear status in the flashback episode when Robert recounts how he was divorced from his first wife, Joanne. When Marie finds out that Joanne has dumped her son, she turns on Joanne with a ferocity that would melt lesser mortals. And when Joanne ups the ante by calling Marie the B-word, Marie unloads about how she's held her tongue for too long, even ignoring Joanne's past as a stripper in Atlantic City. When Marie concludes her monologue by throwing Joanne out of the house, ending with the line "It's time to take out the trash!" the audience roars approval. Her sons are a bit more surprised by what has happened. Robert asks what he's supposed to do now, with Raymond pointing out the obvious: "Never "Don't call Mom a bitch.""
** Even better is that the audience starts roaring approval when she just turns to ''look'' at Joanne with that DeathGlare on her face, even before she says anything. They ''know'' something awesome is about to happen.
28th Jan '15 12:55:16 PM STFilmmaker
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* Marie finally standing up to Frank in "Marie's Vision".

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* Marie finally standing up to Frank in "Marie's Vision".Vision".
** Frank in turn breaking her glasses, the main source of her new criticisms the whole episode; for saying they were in a loveless marriage.
18th Oct '14 11:52:39 AM ElegantVamp
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* Marie finally standing up to Frank in "Marie ' Vision".

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* Marie finally standing up to Frank in "Marie ' "Marie's Vision".
25th Sep '14 10:33:19 AM SwimToTheMoon
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* After being reminded of Frank's traumatizing bedtime stories, Ray and Robert try to get him back by hiding in the bedroom closet and jumping out at him. But before they can, Frank starts asking Marie if they should have sex. [[spoiler:Ray and Robert naturally jump right out, revealing Frank was alone, and knew the whole time. "You mess with the bull, you get the horns!"]]

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* After being reminded of Frank's traumatizing bedtime stories, Ray and Robert try to get him back by hiding in the bedroom closet and jumping out at him. But before they can, Frank starts asking Marie if they should have sex. [[spoiler:Ray and Robert naturally jump right out, revealing Frank was alone, and knew the whole time. "You mess with the bull, you get the horns!"]]horns!"]]
* Marie finally standing up to Frank in "Marie ' Vision".
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