Everybody Loves Raymond

The Toaster - S3-E12

Trivia: 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.

The Toaster - S3-E12

Trivia: During the filming of this episode, Patricia Heaton was pregnant. It is easily visible, as throughout the episode she hides her stomach behind bowls or blankets, and most close-up shots of her only show her face.

The Toaster - S3-E12

Trivia: The security cop at the store at the end of the episode is Ray Romano's real-life brother, who in real life was a member of the NYPD.

Father Knows Best - S2-E2

Continuity mistake: Prior to bringing Ray up for the role-playing exercise, the parenting teacher erases a circled phrase from the chalkboard. Throughout the scene, the chalked circle flips several several times between being totally erased and having a faint outline left over.

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Frank Barone: What's for brunch, Marie?
Marie Barone: Ham.
Frank Barone: Excellent. I shall put on my ham pants.

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