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8th Mar '16 10:03:24 AM speedyboris
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--> '''Peter''': Oooh, Princess Leia! ''(the two go back to the bedroom)''

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--> '''Peter''': Oooh, Princess Leia! ''(the two go back to the bedroom)''bedroom)''
* "The Power of No", this exchange, when Ray reveals that everything Debra's been doing over the last month of no sex has driven him crazy with lust:
--> '''Ray''': Even now, look at you, with your hair like that, sitting there in your robe.\\
'''Debra''': But I'm a mess.\\
'''Ray''': Yeah, well, I guess even when you're not trying, it still works.\\
''(Debra smiles and pulls Ray away from the table to go upstairs)''\\
'''Ray''': What? What are you doing?\\
'''Debra''': You just got a little of your power back.\\
'''Ray''': Whoa, wait wait. Are you toying with me? Because if you are, I'm just gonna start to cry.\\
'''Debra''': I've been waiting for this for a long time too, Ray. And by the way, it's been 27 days, not 26.
26th Mar '15 1:54:17 PM speedyboris
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-->'''Marie''': ''(crying tears of joy)'' Oh, Frank, that's what I want, too!

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-->'''Marie''': ''(crying tears of joy)'' Oh, Frank, that's what I want, too!too!
* "A Date For Peter": Ray has a cocktail party at his house to set Peter up with a woman. At first, none of the women Ray invited excite Peter. Then Peter meets Peggy, Ray's arch nemesis, and the two hit it off immediately, discussing sci-fi and comic books. Ray purposefully meddles in Peter and Peggy's conversation, because he doesn't want Peter to date his sworn enemy. At first, it looks like a DownerEnding, as Peggy walks out on Peter ("You know what? It was really nice to meet you, but I came here for a drink, not an arranged marriage."). But then when Ray goes to Peter's apartment the next morning to apologize, Peggy exits Peter's bedroom [[DidYouJustHaveSex dressed in only a T-shirt]] and kicks Ray out. It's a nice unexpectedly happy ending for Peter.
--> '''Peter''': Oooh, Princess Leia! ''(the two go back to the bedroom)''
15th Mar '15 1:04:36 AM Gravidef
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** There's another moment for Robert in the finale: when the doctor first comes out to tell the family that Ray's not waking up, he immediately steps forward and demands to go into the surgery room to try to help him--"I'll get him up. I'm his brother."



* "Whose Side Are You On?": Even though she was goaded to do it by Ray, there's a sweet moment when Debra actually builds up Ray to the kids:

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* "Whose Side Are You On?": Even though she was goaded to do it by Ray, there's a sweet moment when Debra Debra, who's been making bets with Ally and the twins about stupid things Ray does, actually builds up Ray to the kids:him up:



-->'''Frank''': This is Debra! She's not just some cheap floozy! She's like a daughter to me!

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-->'''Frank''': This is Debra! She's not just some cheap floozy! She's like a daughter to me!my own daughter!



* The end of "Marie's Meatballs" where we find out Marie was planning to leave Debra all her recipes in her will.

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* The end of "Marie's Meatballs" where we find out Marie was planning to leave Debra all her recipes in her will.will.
* In "Tasteless Frank," Frank adds some salt to Marie's lasagna one night; this throws Marie into a horrible depression, as she claims that her cooking is all she has. Frank eventually tells Ray and Robert that he's lost his sense of taste because of a medicine he's been taking to ensure that he can remain potent in the bedroom. After the secret inevitably gets out, Marie, rather than getting upset, sincerely thanks her husband for thinking so much of their married life that he was willing to take medicine. And then it gets even sweeter:
-->'''Frank''': Thanks. But if it's all the same to you...I'd rather have the food.
-->'''Marie''': ''(crying tears of joy)'' Oh, Frank, that's what I want, too!
23rd Dec '14 10:18:15 PM AntMan
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* While the moment before it was tearjerking, in "Sister-In-Law" Amy immediately apologises for her harsh words towards Ray, and the two have a heartfelt discussion in private.

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* While the moment before it was tearjerking, in "Sister-In-Law" Amy immediately apologises for her harsh words towards Ray, and the two have a heartfelt discussion in private.private.
* The end of "Marie's Meatballs" where we find out Marie was planning to leave Debra all her recipes in her will.
9th Sep '14 3:38:19 AM RCFU200
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'''Frank''': (guilt-tripping) [[MoodWhiplash You see how nice that kid was to his father? You owe me ten grand!]]

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'''Frank''': (guilt-tripping) [[MoodWhiplash You see how nice that kid was to his father? You owe me ten grand!]]grand!]]
* While the moment before it was tearjerking, in "Sister-In-Law" Amy immediately apologises for her harsh words towards Ray, and the two have a heartfelt discussion in private.
15th Jul '14 9:41:10 AM speedyboris
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-->'''Frank''': This is Debra! She's not just some cheap floozy! She's like a daughter to me!

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-->'''Frank''': This is Debra! She's not just some cheap floozy! She's like a daughter to me!me!
* The genuine love between Ron Fernandez and his father showcased in "The Kicker" when Frank reluctantly gives the football back that he stole.
--> '''Frank''': You see that?\\
'''Ray''': Yeah.\\
'''Frank''': (guilt-tripping) [[MoodWhiplash You see how nice that kid was to his father? You owe me ten grand!]]
17th Jun '14 6:52:38 PM Gravidef
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'''Debra''': Yes, I would.

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'''Debra''': Yes, I would.would.
* In "Baggage," Debra and Ray get into a passive-aggressive fight over which of them should carry a suitcase up to the bedroom. They have a battle of wills for weeks, and when Marie finds out about it, she does something surprisingly out of character. She invites Debra over to her house and tells her something she's never even told Ray and Robert: namely, how the giant, tacky fork and spoon that hang on the kitchen wall got there. It turns out they were a wedding present from a relative of Frank's; Marie wanted him to return them, but he wouldn't, and the two ended up arguing just as Ray and Debra did, with Marie remembering the whole unhappy incident every time she comes into the kitchen. She then tells Debra that fighting over something so trivial isn't worth it, and urges her to make up with Ray. It's one of the only times in the whole show that we see Marie offering Debra genuinely good-natured advice--there's nothing manipulative or pushy about the scene. It's just a mother-in-law trying to help her daughter.
* In "Grandpa Steals," Ally sees Frank "sample" some cereal from the grocery store and get into a loud, angry fight with an employee over it. She becomes terrified and avoids Frank, which genuinely upsets him. He comes over and has a one-on-one talk with her, and you can tell he's trying his best to convince his granddaughter that he's not a scary guy. At her insistence, he goes back and apologizes to the employee, who still acts like a complete jerk. Frank is ready to fight again...but instead looks at Ally and quietly takes her hand as she smiles at him. Of course, as he walks out, he "accidentally" knocks over an entire display of oranges, capping the scene with a CrowningMomentOfFunny.
* Frank gets another one in "Debra at the Lodge." [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin As the title suggests]], Debra starts volunteering at Frank's lodge. The men pay her a good deal of attention, which she thinks is flattering--but it turns out that it's a [[DirtyOldMan far more "adult" kind of praise]]. Ray doesn't realize it until Frank tells him how upset he's become over it, but he can't say anything to his lodge brothers, because they're sworn to secrecy about what happens in the lodge. When Ray goes down and tries to sort the situation out, the other lodgers make fun of him--until Frank suddenly appears and tells everyone exactly how he's feeling. The brothers warn him that he risks being kicked out of the lodge, but Frank says Debra is worth it:
-->'''Frank''': This is Debra! She's not just some cheap floozy! She's like a daughter to me!
5th Jun '14 8:07:29 AM speedyboris
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'''Ray''': ...You're a girl. (Debra smiles)

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'''Ray''': ...You're a girl. (Debra smiles)smiles)
* "Whose Side Are You On?": Even though she was goaded to do it by Ray, there's a sweet moment when Debra actually builds up Ray to the kids:
--> '''Debra''': We're actually not going to do betting anymore, because I think it's left you with the impression that Daddy's not so cool. And Daddy is cool. (kids have a confused look on their faces) No, he is! You know that. You know that, right? Listen, I just want you to understand that when were doing all that stuff, Iike betting on haircuts and the grocery store and "ls Daddy zipped up today?", listen, I want you to know that I think your daddy is a great guy. He works very hard, he has a lot of fun with you guys, and we're lucky to have him. I love Daddy very much. And you know what? I would rather be married to him than Franchise/{{Superman}}.\\
'''Michael''': (can't believe his ears) You ''would''?\\
'''Debra''': Yes, I would.
14th May '14 10:00:07 AM speedyboris
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* A minor one, but after Ray blows up at his parents for never appreciating anything he gives them for Christmas, Marie and Frank do their best to hunt the present, an toaster with the Barone family's names engraved on it, down at the local store. Ray is incredibly happy once he finds out that they even got in trouble with the store's security while trying to get it back.

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* A minor one, but after Ray blows up at his parents for never appreciating anything he gives them for Christmas, Marie and Frank do their best to hunt the present, an toaster with the Barone family's names engraved on it, down at the local store. Ray is incredibly happy once he finds out that they even got in trouble with the store's security while trying to get it back.back.
* The last couple minutes of "The Contractor" showcase a very sweet chemistry between Ray and Debra that isn't seen in too many episodes.
--> '''Ray''': He's (Gianni's) not my friend anymore.\\
'''Debra''': (sympathetic) Oh, I'm sorry Ray.\\
'''Ray''': No, I mean, it's just look, whatever.\\
'''Debra''': I'm sure you'll work it out with him.\\
'''Ray''': Yeah well, we'll see.\\
'''Debra''': ''I'm'' still your friend.\\
'''Ray''': ...You're a girl. (Debra smiles)
25th Sep '13 1:20:55 PM speedyboris
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-->'''Ray:''' So granddad hit your dad, and your dad hit you, and... you never really hit us.
-->'''Frank:''' I couldn't, you know. I was always weaker than him.
-->'''Robert:''' Maybe you didn't want to ''be'' like him.

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-->'''Ray:''' -->'''Ray''': So granddad hit your dad, and your dad hit you, and... you never really hit us.
-->'''Frank:'''
us.\\
'''Frank''':
I couldn't, you know. I was always weaker than him.
-->'''Robert:'''
him.\\
'''Robert''':
Maybe you didn't want to ''be'' like him.\\
'''Frank''': I ''didn't''.
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