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Ray Barone is a successful sports writer and family man who deals with a brother and parents -- who happen to live across the street. Mom Marie loves to meddle in his life, while older brother Robert sometimes resents his success, and Dad Frank just makes comments and raids the fridge. Nevertheless, Ray manages to keep a bright outlook and a sense of humor, leaving the hard issues to his more-practical wife, Debra.

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Ray's excitement over being sent to the Super Bowl is tempered by the fact that he has to choose a companion.
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Ray tries to prove to everyone that he can be counted on after failing to help Debra when she chokes.
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Ray buys Debra an extravagant gift, hoping she'll be so overjoyed that she'll let him take a golf trip.
aired 2 days ago
Ray can't help but enjoy the extra attention his mother lavishes on him when he feels under the weather.
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While celebrating Thanksgiving, Debra discovers that her seemingly contented parents are miserable with each other.
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Everything goes astray when Robert starts dating a woman half his age.
aired 3 days ago
When Debra and the kids go away for the weekend, Ray accidentally kills Ally's hamster.
aired 3 days ago
Robert quickly goes from deciding which one of three beautiful women he likes to wondering if any still like him.
aired 3 days ago
Ray's parents finally go too far, prompting him to lose his cool and kick them out of the house once and for all.
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Marie surprises the entire family with a two-week vacation in Italy, but for Ray, it's two weeks too long.
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Marie surprises the entire family with a two-week vacation in Italy, but for Ray, it's two weeks too long.
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The sight of Robert's ex-wife prompts the family to reminisce about the demise of the marriage.
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Still reeling after his encounter with a bull, Robert loses his nerve on his first day back with the police force and decides to quit his job to begin a new career in telemarketing.
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Ray pushes Debra over the edge when he suggests that a pill could alleviate all of her PMS moodiness.
aired 5 days ago
While crabby Robert convalesces at his parents' home after a close encounter with a bull, Debra searches for the cause of his mean-spirited behavior.
aired 5 days ago
Ray is worried when Debra asks him to take the kids out more so she can have time to herself.
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Ray and Debra scheme to get Frank and Marie out of their hair by having them make new friends, but the plan blows up in their faces.
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Debra throws the Barone family into turmoil when she finally cooks something good.
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Ray pays a high price for a Hackidu card when the owner (Paul Reubens) of a comic-book store gives him a hard time.
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On their 10th anniversary, Debra discovers that Ray taped over their wedding video with a Super Bowl game.
aired 6 days ago
Raymond writes a sample eulogy for Frank that ends up in the wrong hands.

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