History YMMV / EverybodyLovesRaymond

22nd Oct '17 5:11:49 PM DevinMeenan
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** Is Ray a hardworking, basically good guy whose bitch of a wife won't give him a break, or a lazy Jerkass who won't lift a finger to help at home?

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** Is Ray a hardworking, basically good guy whose bitch nag of a wife won't give him a break, or a lazy Jerkass {{Jerkass}} who won't lift a finger to help at home?
22nd Oct '17 5:11:20 PM DevinMeenan
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** Is Debra a bitch {{hypocrite}} who doesn't appreciate the nice life Ray has built for her, or a put-upon housewife who gets no help from anybody?

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** Is Debra a bitch {{hypocrite}} who doesn't appreciate the nice life Ray has built for her, or a put-upon housewife who gets no help from anybody?
17th Jul '17 7:57:45 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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** Is Debra a bitch hypocrite who doesn't appreciate the nice life Ray has built for her, or a put-upon housewife who gets no help from anybody?

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** Is Debra a bitch hypocrite {{hypocrite}} who doesn't appreciate the nice life Ray has built for her, or a put-upon housewife who gets no help from anybody?
14th May '17 5:19:00 PM huntdaddy
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** However, even though Musso does have a right to not like Ray, and despite the fact that he was polite to Ray before admitting the truth, it should be noted that he also told Ray that he should be the co-host of his show, despite not being a fan of his, while completely denying that he wasn't to Ray. With that said, Robert may not have been justified in standing up to Musso so much because he hated Ray as because of his insincerity about the whole matter, as while Musso did try to be nice, it may as well have been a setup to humiliate Ray in the future, which, judging by Musso's attitude, may not have been very beneath him.

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** However, even though Musso does have a right to not like Ray, and despite the fact that he was polite to Ray before admitting the truth, it should be noted that he also told Ray that he should be the co-host of his show, despite not being a fan of his, while completely denying that he wasn't to Ray.a fan of Ray's. With that said, Robert may not have been justified in standing up to Musso so much because he hated Ray as because of his insincerity about the whole matter, as while Musso did try to be nice, it may as well have been a setup to humiliate Ray in the future, which, judging by Musso's attitude, may not have been very beneath him.
14th May '17 5:15:44 PM huntdaddy
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** However, even though Musso does have a right to not like Ray, and despite the fact that he was polite to Ray before admitting the truth, it should be noted that he also told Ray that he should be the co-host of his show, despite not being a fan of his, while completely denying that he wasn't to Ray. With that said, Robert may not have been justified in standing up to Musso so much because he hated Ray as because of his insincerity about the whole matter, as while Musso did try to be nice, it may as well have been a setup to humiliate Ray in the future, which, judging by Musso's attitude, may not have been very beneath him.
31st Mar '17 6:28:22 PM huntdaddy
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* DesignatedVillain: Jerry Musso in "Somebody Hates Raymond". While definitely arrogant, he nonetheless doesn't even dislike Ray personally; the former just doesn't find the latter's work entertaining, something which falls under freedom of opinion instead of anything actually evil, and though he comes across as rather harsh towards Ray when forced to tell the truth, it's mostly because he loses patience with Ray nagging him about the reason for his disliking. Furthermore, Musso has every right to decide who's allowed to guest-host ''his'' show and who's not. Nevertheless, the episode seemingly vilifies him as someone so bad that even Robert, himself at odds with Ray throughout most of the episode, is ultimately appalled enough to give him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech for Ray's sake (granted, it ''is'' awesome and heartwarming at the same time, though).

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* DesignatedVillain: Jerry Musso in "Somebody Hates Raymond". While definitely arrogant, he nonetheless doesn't even dislike Ray personally; the former just doesn't find the latter's work entertaining, something which falls under freedom of opinion instead of anything actually evil, and though he comes does come across as rather harsh towards Ray when forced to tell the truth, it's mostly because he loses patience with Ray nagging him about the reason for his disliking. Furthermore, Musso has every right to decide who's allowed to guest-host ''his'' show and who's not. Nevertheless, the episode seemingly vilifies him as someone so bad that even Robert, himself at odds with Ray throughout most of the episode, is ultimately appalled enough to give him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech for Ray's sake (granted, it ''is'' awesome and heartwarming at the same time, though).
30th Mar '17 8:09:02 PM huntdaddy
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* DesignatedVillain: Jerry Musso in "Somebody Hates Raymond". While definitely arrogant, he nonetheless doesn't even dislike Ray personally; the former just doesn't find the latter's work entertaining, something which falls under freedom of opinion instead of anything actually evil, and though he comes across as rather harsh towards Ray when forced to tell the truth, it's more because he loses patience with Ray nagging him about the reason for his disliking. Furthermore, Musso has every right to decide who's allowed to guest-host ''his'' show and who's not. Nevertheless, the episode seemingly vilifies him as someone so bad that even Robert, himself at odds with Ray throughout most of the episode, is ultimately appalled enough to give him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech for Ray's sake (granted, it ''is'' awesome and heartwarming at the same time, though).

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* DesignatedVillain: Jerry Musso in "Somebody Hates Raymond". While definitely arrogant, he nonetheless doesn't even dislike Ray personally; the former just doesn't find the latter's work entertaining, something which falls under freedom of opinion instead of anything actually evil, and though he comes across as rather harsh towards Ray when forced to tell the truth, it's more mostly because he loses patience with Ray nagging him about the reason for his disliking. Furthermore, Musso has every right to decide who's allowed to guest-host ''his'' show and who's not. Nevertheless, the episode seemingly vilifies him as someone so bad that even Robert, himself at odds with Ray throughout most of the episode, is ultimately appalled enough to give him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech for Ray's sake (granted, it ''is'' awesome and heartwarming at the same time, though).
30th Mar '17 8:08:05 PM huntdaddy
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* DesignatedVillain: Jerry Musso in "Somebody Hates Raymond". While definitely arrogant, he nonetheless doesn't even dislike Ray personally; the former just doesn't find the latter's work entertaining, something which falls under freedom of opinion instead of anything actually evil, and he simply loses patience with Ray nagging him about the reason for his disliking. Furthermore, Musso has every right to decide who's allowed to guest-host ''his'' show and who's not. Nevertheless, the episode seemingly vilifies him as someone so bad that even Robert, himself at odds with Ray throughout most of the episode, is ultimately appalled enough to give him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech for Ray's sake (granted, it ''is'' awesome and heartwarming at the same time, though).

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* DesignatedVillain: Jerry Musso in "Somebody Hates Raymond". While definitely arrogant, he nonetheless doesn't even dislike Ray personally; the former just doesn't find the latter's work entertaining, something which falls under freedom of opinion instead of anything actually evil, and though he simply comes across as rather harsh towards Ray when forced to tell the truth, it's more because he loses patience with Ray nagging him about the reason for his disliking. Furthermore, Musso has every right to decide who's allowed to guest-host ''his'' show and who's not. Nevertheless, the episode seemingly vilifies him as someone so bad that even Robert, himself at odds with Ray throughout most of the episode, is ultimately appalled enough to give him a TheReasonYouSuckSpeech for Ray's sake (granted, it ''is'' awesome and heartwarming at the same time, though).
5th Jan '17 11:59:59 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FreudWasRight: Used in "Marie's Sculpture" with Marie's...rather "feminine" abstract statue.
-->'''Marie:''' ''Oh my God, I'm a lesbian.''
16th Dec '16 10:04:11 PM Twentington
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* GrowingTheBeard: The early episodes of the show weren't bad, but the characters hadn't been fully realized yet, which meant the show was originally kind of generic, and even kind of slowly paced. However, once the show and characters found it's footing (around the end of season 1, beginning of season 2) the show became memorable, relatable and pretty consistently well written.

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* GrowingTheBeard: The early episodes of the show weren't bad, but the characters hadn't been fully realized yet, which meant the show was originally kind of generic, and even kind of slowly paced. However, once the show and characters found it's its footing (around the end of season 1, beginning of season 2) the show became memorable, relatable and pretty consistently well written.
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