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The show revolves around the life of Italian-American Raymond Barone, a sportswriter for Newsday living with his family in Lynbrook, New York. Whiny and flippant, Raymond does not take many things seriously, making jokes in nearly every situation, no matter how troubling or problematic. He often avoids responsibilities around the house and with his kids, leaving this to his wife Debra.
Raymond and Debra live with their daughter Ally and twin sons Michael and Geoffrey (originally Matthew and Gregory in the pilot). The Barone children are regular characters but not a major focus. Raymond's parents, Marie and Frank, and older brother Robert live across the street, and frequently make their presence known to the frustration of Raymond and Debra. Debra's frequent complaints about Raymond's family are a running joke. Out of the three unwanted visitors, Debra is particularly put off by Marie – an insulting, controlling and manipulative, though loving, woman who constantly criticizes Debra and coddles Ray, clearly favoring him over Robert, whose impending birth (as was established in the episode "Good Girls") drove her into marriage. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
When Ray and Debra's house is tented for termites, they move the entire family into his parents' house and give Frank and Marie a taste of their own medicine.
After Frank has one accident too many, Debra decides that the kids can't ride with him anymore, which makes Raymond realize that his dad is getting older.
Debra decides to hire a babysitter so she hires Lisa, who is both highly recommended and very popular with the kids she baby-sits, and ends up insulting Marie in the process
Debra vows to get even with Ray when he embarrasses her at an auction, leaving Ray paranoid that everything she does is her way of getting even.
Debra's mother comes for a visit, but Debra isn't happy about how little her mother is interested in the family.
Frank mistakes Ray's colored condoms as chocolate coins and gives them out as Halloween candy.
Feeling pathetic because he lives with his parents, Robert finally musters up the courage to move out on his own—and into an apartment owned by a couple very much like Frank and Marie.
Ray is jealous of Andy, whose article is published bySports Illustrated. He feels better however, when he learns they had rewritten the article.
When Robert and Amy break up, Raymond is blamed by everyone because of some bad things he told Robert about marriage.
Health tests lead Marie to tossing out all her unhealthy foods and subjecting Frank to a diet, and the family to a tofu turkey for Thanksgiving.
Raymond discovers Robert's new apartment complex has a lot of beautiful women. Frank turns Robert's old room into his lounge.
Ray is overjoyed by the reaction he is getting from friends and family who received a personalized "Barone" toaster from him as a gift--even Debra's pretentious parents are thrilled with it. But, having heard nothing from his parents, Ray confronts Frank and Marie, the two people whose approval matters most, and is amazed beyond belief to hear what they did with the gift--and then what they resort to in order to get it back
Ray insists on a rematch when he finds out his father let him win a ping pong match as a kid.
Marie starts to favor Robert when Ray admits to having a party 20 years ago. The tables turn, however, when Robert tells her it was his party, not Ray's.
Robert's behavior changes when he starts hitting the town with his police partner Judy.
Raymond and Robert have to make a tribute video for Frank when he wins Man of the Year at his lodge.
Frank fakes an injury so he won't have to go on a cruise with Marie. Since the tickets are non-refundable, Ray goes in his place, and to his utter dismay, gets mistaken for Marie's lover.
Debra takes the kids to visit her parents. Ray gets left home by himself, something he is not used to.
Ray tries using his status as a sports writer for Newsday to jump to the front of the line to meet members of the 1969 New York Mets, in an attempt to impress Robert.
Ray can't sleep with Debra constantly on top of him. Debra is not impressed.
Debra and Ray try to overdo everything in a romantic getaway. Marie spies on Robert when he's left watching the kids.
Debra gets a job, to the dismay of Ray who actually has to help out more at home.
When Ray and Debra realize they're nicer to strangers than to each other, they vow to each other to work on changing their ways.
After Ray urges Debra to go swing dancing with Robert to let himself off the hook, he can't believe how infatuated the two become with their new hobby and it's starting to tick him off. Meanwhile, Ray sees a side of Marie that he never fully expected.
When Robert and Amy get caught alone by some of Robert's fellow apartment tenants, they are desperate to find someplace where they can have some time to themselves. Ray comes to the rescue, at Debra's urging, by allowing Robert to move into their basement for a while, where they soon find themselves in an even more mortifying position
Ray and Debra reminisce about their fateful first meeting 15 years before. Memories flood back when Ray and Debra prepare Ally for her first playdate with a little boy. The first time Ray and Debra laid eyes on each other, their first kiss, the first time Marie met her future daughter-in-law and what she thought of her, and the first time Ray sampled Debra's cooking are all revealed.
Patricia Heaton(Debra Barone)
Doris Roberts(Marie Barone)
Ray Romano(Raymond Albert Barone)
Brad Garrett(Robert Barone)
Monica Horan(Amy McDougal-Barone)
Peter Boyle(Frank Barone)
Madylin Sweeten(Ally Barone)
Sullivan Sweeten(Michael Barone)
Sawyer Sweeten(Geoffery Barone)
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