Everybody Loves Raymond

Everybody Loves Raymond (1996)

6 mistakes in season 6

(16 votes)

Older Women - S6-E9

Visible crew/equipment: Someone appears behind the kitchen door, when Ray goes, "and I can see how that can make you all... Man-hatey...", and hangs around behind the door for several seconds. (00:15:55)

Noor08

The First Time (3) - S6-E24

Continuity mistake: After their engagement in 2-25 "The Wedding", Debra introduces Ray to her priest Fr Hubley but in this flashback episode "The First Time" Marie brings Fr Hubley to Debra's apartment to meet her. The priest mentions that "he's known the Barones for quite some time."

Wen3110

Snow Day - S6-E14

Continuity mistake: In this episode, while Ray is telling Marie her faults, he has an almost empty glass. In the next shot, his glass has been topped-up slightly without him or anyone else doing so.

RossG260

The Kicker - S6-E11

Revealing mistake: During the scene after Robert breaks the window with the football, if you look close at the broken window, you can tell that it is some sort of thin material and not glass. Around the break the "glass" is flapping in the breeze like paper. (00:12:20)

kmal1128

Marie Barone: He hates it when I cry. It reminds him of our wedding night.

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Pet Cemetery - S5-E5

Question: Frank found a small amount of money with his metal detector at the end. He left saying he would buy a "yoohoo". Does anyone know what that is?

Answer: The original Yoo-Hoo is a chocolate flavored drink in a bottle, but there are other flavors, most popular being Double Fudge Yoo-Hoo and Strawberry Yoo-Hoo.

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