History EverybodyLovesRaymond / TropesQToZ

11th Sep '17 11:58:42 AM Business21
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* RuleOfFunny: In real life, Ray and Debra would've just moved...or at least laid down strict ground rules with the elder Barones as far as boundaries.

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* RuleOfFunny: In real life, Ray and Debra would've just moved...probably moved years ago, or at least laid down strict ground rules with the elder Barones as far as boundaries.
11th Sep '17 12:27:46 AM Business21
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* RuleOfFunny: In real life, Ray and Debra would've just moved...or at least laid down strict ground rules with the elder Barones as far as boundaries.
7th Sep '17 6:04:32 PM ArkhamCity2525
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'''Debra''': You love being at your parents' house because that's the ''holy land'' of self-pity! You weren't unhappy because you only had three more weeks to stay there; you were unhappy because you ''only'' had three more weeks to stay there! (at this point, Robert breaks down and cries loudly)

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'''Debra''': You love being at your parents' house because that's the ''holy land'' of self-pity! You weren't unhappy because you only had three more weeks to stay there; you were unhappy because you ''only'' had three more weeks to stay there! (at this point, Robert breaks down and cries loudly)
26th Aug '17 3:53:01 PM Business21
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* SeriesContinuityError: The Season 1 finale, "Why Are We Here?", flashes back to when Ray and Debra first bought the house across the street from Marie and Frank. Debra was pregnant with the twins, and Marie and Frank lobbied for the younger Barones to buy the house. Debra is portrayed in the episode as completely oblivious to the elder Barones' obnoxiousness and intrusiveness, and it was actually she who convinced Ray that living across the street from his parents would be wonderful. The Season 5 finale, "Ally's Birth," focuses on the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin birth of Ally]]. In this episode, however, Debra is portrayed as having the same problems with the elder Barones that she has in the present day. With the twins being younger than Ally, Debra's enamor with Ray's parents in "Why Are We Here?" makes no sense given her annoyance with them in "Ally's Birth."
20th Aug '17 11:15:18 AM tyrekecorrea
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* ThankingTheViewer: The "Where's Lunch" vanity plate for "The Finale" is a plate with a bill on it rather than food. [[HospitalityForHeroes As a show of gratitude for our support and loyalty]], the bill simply reads "NO CHARGE."
9th May '17 3:40:19 AM jormis29
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* TheVerse: ''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond'' is set in the same universe as fellow CBS sitcoms ''Series/TheNanny'' and ''Series/TheKingOfQueens''. In real life, Ray Romano went to high school with ''Nanny'' star Fran Drescher and has done standup comedy with ''The King of Queens'' star Kevin James. All three shows are set firmly in the New York metro area, with ''Raymond'' being set in a Long Island suburb just outside the city, ''The King of Queens'' being set (of course) in the NY City borough of Queens, and ''The Nanny'' being set largely on Manhattan Island itself (although the action frequently moves to Fran's parents' apartment in Queens).

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* TheVerse: ''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond'' is set in the same universe as fellow CBS sitcoms ''Series/TheNanny'' and ''Series/TheKingOfQueens''. In real life, Ray Romano went to high school with ''Nanny'' star Fran Drescher Creator/FranDrescher and has done standup comedy with ''The King of Queens'' star Kevin James. All three shows are set firmly in the New York metro area, with ''Raymond'' being set in a Long Island suburb just outside the city, ''The King of Queens'' being set (of course) in the NY City borough of Queens, and ''The Nanny'' being set largely on Manhattan Island itself (although the action frequently moves to Fran's parents' apartment in Queens).
31st Mar '17 2:43:16 PM nombretomado
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** Patricia Heaton said, only half-joking, that one thing she would really miss after the show ended was the opportunity to legitimately make out with Ray Romano. To which Ray suggested they could come to some sort of an arrangement, maybe once a week? Without missing a beat, Patricia said "make it twice..."[[note]]When cast members were interviewed by OprahWinfrey on her show[[/note]]

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** Patricia Heaton said, only half-joking, that one thing she would really miss after the show ended was the opportunity to legitimately make out with Ray Romano. To which Ray suggested they could come to some sort of an arrangement, maybe once a week? Without missing a beat, Patricia said "make it twice..."[[note]]When cast members were interviewed by OprahWinfrey Creator/OprahWinfrey on her show[[/note]]
20th Mar '17 5:19:22 AM Morgenthaler
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** "The Sitter" featured Ray standing in the rain, shouting "Lisa!... LIIIIIIISSSSSAAAAA!" to Lisa inside the Parker's house, a reference to AStreetcarNamedDesire.

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** "The Sitter" featured Ray standing in the rain, shouting "Lisa!... LIIIIIIISSSSSAAAAA!" to Lisa inside the Parker's house, a reference to AStreetcarNamedDesire.Theatre/AStreetcarNamedDesire.



** In "Civil War", Ray says, [[GoneWithTheWind "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."]] while dressed in a Confederate uniform.

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** In "Civil War", Ray says, [[GoneWithTheWind [[Film/GoneWithTheWind "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."]] while dressed in a Confederate uniform.
22nd Dec '16 4:09:05 PM Chiropteru
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'''Robert''': And some dipping sauce for my little brother here. Thank you, dear. You see, it's nice to be important. But it's ''more'' important to be nice.

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'''Robert''': And some dipping sauce for my little brother here. Thank you, dear. ''(to Ray)'' You see, it's nice to be important. But it's ''more'' important to be nice.
25th Oct '16 10:26:51 AM speedyboris
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** "She's the One" in general. Robert dates Angela, a woman who seems perfect: She's beautiful, intelligent (she speaks four languages!) and nice. Then Robert goes back to her place, and discovers her bedroom is ''full'' of frogs in aquariums, and Angela herself thinks that humans evolved from frogs, validating what Ray say earlier when he said Angela ate a fly.
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