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Everybody Loves Raymond Season 4

Everybody Loves Raymond - The Complete 4th Season (5 Disc Box Set)
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How do we love Raymond's fourth season- Let us count the classic episodes: “The Tenth Anniversary,” in which Debra discovers that Raymond taped over their wedding video with the 1991 Super Bowl; “The Boob Job,” in which Debra surprises Raymond with an apparent uplifting enhancement; “Debra's Workout,” which leaves her in an amorously aggressive mood; “No Thanks,” in which Debra tries a new, “nice” approach to win Marie (Doris Roberts) over; “Debra Makes Something Good,” in which Debra's braciole upsets the family balance; and the Emmy-nominated “Bad Moon Rising,” in which Raymond desperately tries to deal with Debra's volatile mood swings. Yes, it was a career year for Patricia Heaton, who became the first cast member to be honored with an Emmy (each of the core ensemble was nominated). As with the first three seasons, season 4 concludes with a flashback episode, “Robert's Divorce.” But for the first time, the episode is capped with a cliffhanger, as Robert (Brad Garrett) retrieves his ex-wife's discarded phone number after running into her at a restaurant.

Series star and co-creator Ray Romano once told Entertainment Weekly that Raymond's best episodes start with “a small relatable concept and go somewhere bigger and deeper.” Among the season's most memorable episodes that follow this formula are “The Can Opener,” in which the entire Barone family becomes embroiled in Raymond and Debra's senseless argument; the Emmy-nominated “The Christmas Picture,” in which Marie threatens to sit out a family photograph once she learns that Debra's parents are to be included; and the one in which Raymond discovers that Debra enjoys a good cry during her “Alone Time.” (“Do you cry because I'm stupid-” he asks. “No,” she replies, “I eat ice cream because you're stupid.”). And all parents whose children came of age during the Pokémon craze will identify with Raymond's desperate attempts to scrounge up a valuable card for his daughter in the episode, “Hackidu.” To quote the old comedy maxim: It's funny because it's true. And it's the universal truths and minutiae about family and married life that are at the heart of Raymond's enduring success


By now, we are all familiar with the story of Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter living on Long Island with his wife, Debra, daughter, Ally, and twin sons, Geoffrey and Michael. Ray's meddling parents, Frank and Marie, live directly across the street and embrace the motto “Su casa es mi casa,” infiltrating their son's home to an extent unparalleled in television history. Frank's favorite expression, “holy crap,” is shouted at regular intervals, and Marie's “cooking advice” is less than appreciated by Debra. Brother Robert, a divorced policeman, is constantly moving in and out of his parents' house, and loves to drop over and resent Ray's successful career and happy family life. Ray and Debra just wish someone would knock once in a while…

Episode Guide
74: Boob Job
75: The Can Opener
76: You Bet
77: Sex Talk
78: The Will
79: The Sister
80: Cousin Gerard
81: Debra's Workout
82: No Thanks
83: Left Back
84: The Christmas Picture
85: What's With Robert?
86: Bully on the Bus
87: Prodigal Son
88: Robert's Rodeo
89: The Tenth Anniversary
90: Hackidu
91: Debra Makes Something Good
92: Marie and Frank's New Friends
93: Alone Time
94: Someone's Cranky
95: Bad Moon Rising
96: Confronting the Attacker
97: Robert's Divorce

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January 1st, 2008
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  • DVD
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  • Region 4
  • Standard Edition
English, French, Spanish
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  • Dolby Digital Surround 2.0
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  • USA
  • Comedy
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