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Everybody Loves Raymond

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Everybody Loves Raymond
Now that Debra and Ray's mom aren't speaking to each other, Debra goes out of her way to ensure that Ray doesn't spend time with his mother by waiting on him hand and foot so he prefers to stay close to home. When Ray realizes that he can benefit by exploiting this situation, he actually starts to like the fact that the two women aren't speaking. However, when Robert catches on to Ray's mischievous plan, he knows he must intercede and try to repair the now severely damaged relationship between Debra and Marie -- because Ray certainly isn't helping. (20:24)
When Debra accuses Ray of still not being able to pick up on her "not in the mood" signals, they fondly recall the first night they spent together. As Ray prepares to spend an evening with his now-serious girlfriend Debra, he picks up on signals that this may be "the night." Marie, however, also picks up on the same signals and will do everything in her power -- including enlisting the help of the family priest, Father Hubley (recurring guest star Charles Durning) -- to ensure that the deed doesn't get done. (20:26)
After arguing with Ray over his inability to help her with the housework, Debra becomes intrigued when their friends Linda and Bernie mention they've been seeing a marriage counselor. Although Ray is completely against the idea, he quickly adopts a cooperative attitude when they meet the therapist, Pamela, who instantly takes a liking to Ray when he claims that he'll do anything to make his marriage work. Frustrated by the session, Debra accuses Ray of acting phony during therapy. Marie intercedes and conducts a mock "therapy" session with them, which leads to a breakthrough that leaves even Ray horrified. (20:29)
When Allys teacher Miss Purcell overhears Ray commenting about the kids excessive workload, she invites Raymond to address the curriculum review board and gives him a mountain of material for review and evaluation. But when Raymond still hasnt touched the material the night before the review, and Debra refuses to bail him out, he goes to the one person he knows will help him with his homework: Marie. (20:27)
When the twins doodle on the back of Ray's eulogy and then give it to Marie and Frank, Ray attempts to cover the kids' pictures before Frank finds out what he did. After Marie confides she saw the eulogy and is upset that Ray didn't write one for her, Ray explains he wrote Frank's because he wanted to see if he could paint a softer picture of his father. When he includes a childhood story of Frank petting Ray's bunny, his father becomes incensed -- not about the eulogy -- but about the gentle tale that stands to ruin Frank's tough guy image. (20:26)

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