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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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aired 2 days ago
Ray takes over the family finances to prove to Debra how easy it is, but he soon discovers that he's no accountant.
aired 2 days ago
Worrying that Ray only visits her to get a good meal, Marie hesitates to teach Debra her cooking secrets.
aired 2 days ago
Everything goes astray when Robert starts dating a woman half his age.
aired 3 days ago
Robert, Amy, Marie and Frank adjust to their new living situation.
aired 3 days ago
One of the Barones drops a bombshell on the rest of the family.
aired 3 days ago
A modeling agent convinces Robert to pose for head shots, but when he returns for the pictures, he finds that the agency has mysteriously disappeared.
aired 3 days ago
While assembling a 500-piece puzzle late into the night, Ray and Amy's mother (Georgia Engel) trade stories about themselves and their families.
aired 4 days ago
Robert and Ray are shocked when they meet a man who considers Frank to be a mentor; Ray and Robert wonder how Frank could inspire anyone.
aired 4 days ago
Robert becomes defensive when Amy's parents (Fred Willard and Georgia Engel) point out his habit of touching food to his chin before eating it; Amy devises a plan to break Robert of his strange habit.
aired 4 days ago
Amy and Marie debate whether Robert should retire from the police force early. Guest stars Fred Willard and Georgia Engel.
aired 5 days ago
Ray receives an honorary doctorate and forgets to mention Debra in his acceptance speech.
aired 5 days ago
Ray refuses to buy a $250 dress for Ally to wear to her friend's birthday party.
aired 5 days ago
Debra assures her husband she will be on time for an awards dinner, then her hair gets caught in a curling iron.
aired 6 days ago
Ray catches Debra poking fun at him in front of the children, then realizes his mother did the same thing when he was a youngster.
aired 6 days ago
Marie accuses Ray and Debra of turning Ally into a slave when they start giving her chores around the house.
aired 6 days ago
Ray resents how much time Debra spends away from home when she gets a position at Frank's lodge.
aired 7 days ago
After the kids ruin Ray's dictionary, Frank tells them about the day their father ruined his prized collection of jazz records.
aired 7 days ago
The Barones spend a discomfiting Thanksgiving Day at Amy's parents' house. Georgia Engel, Fred Willard and Chris Elliott guest star.
aired 7 days ago
Debra's mother (Katherine Helmond) enlists an unwilling Ray to help plan a surprise birthday party for his wife.
aired 7 days ago
Ray's contractor friend takes an eternity to replace the kitchen stove.
aired 7 days ago
After just three months of wedded bliss, Robert and Amy try to offer Ray and Debra advice on building a happy marriage.

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