Robert Barone: I'm a cop and live with my parents. I'm on a constant diet of human suffering.
When Raymond and Robert visit the ATM machine to get money out and it starts to close, they start to kick and hit it. You can see the whole wall moving as they do so. See more...
This episode is based on a true story that happened to show creator Phil Rosenthal. In the start of Season 3, he gave the cast, crew, and his parents toasters that had Everybody Loves Raymond engraved on it. The conversation Phil had with his father about the toaster's whereabouts was the word-for-word conversation Ray has with Frank in this episode, and Phil's parents did trade in the toaster for a coffee maker, like Frank and Marie did. See more...
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|Title||Everybody Loves Raymond|
|Original entry||When Ray tells Frank that they have to talk and Ray goes to sit down, visible camera equipment can be seen for a second at the top of the screen.|