Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Everybody Loves Raymond
Robert. Robert is the oldest. Although he is over 40, Marie still treats him like a baby.
Amy McDougal. Monica Horan plays Amy, Robert's second wife.
Doris Roberts. Doris Roberts plays Marie, in real life she has a husband and kids and grandkids.
Sawyer and Sullivan Sweetin. Sawyer and Sullivan were also cast as the twins when they were very young, 2 or 3 years old. As they have gotten older, the brothers are given more speaking parts. Sawyer and Sullivan share the screen with their older sister, Madylin.
Madylin Sweetin. Madylin was cast as Ally when she was 4 or 5. She has grown up with the show. She, in real life, has two younger brothers.
Peter Boyle. Mr Boyle has the pleasure of the role of lazy, ol, bald, Frank. We hope he's not like this in real life.
Patricia Heaton. Debra is played by Patricia Heaton. In real life, Patricia is happily married with four sons of her own.
Robert. Brad Garrett plays Ray's older brother, Robert. Although "Robert" is a lonely, divorced police officer that still lives with his parents (this is subject to change), Brad is quite the opposite.
Ray Romano. The part of Ray Barone is played by Ray Romano. He uses a lot of things from his real life in the skits. For instance, his real daughter's name is Alexandra (Ally) and he has twin boys (Gregory and Matthew) He does have one older brother Robert, and another brother, Richard. His wife is Anna.
Lemon chicken. Ray came to Debra's apartment to fix the futon that he'd delivered a couple days before, and Debra "accidentally" made too much lemon chicken, so they ended up eating together (and making out. . .). Thanks for playing my quiz :).
Michael and Geoffrey. These kids are exactly identical, and the only way you can tell them apart is by the "freckle patterns."
Katherine Helmond. Katherine Helmond starred in the late 80's/early 90's sitcom "Who's the Boss" as Mona Robinson, with Judith Light, "Charmed"'s Alyssa Milano, and Tony Danza.
Chad. It was a very romantic poem called "Debra's Eyes". To compete with Chad, Ray wrote a poem called "Debra's Ears", and featured such romantic lines as "They hold thine sunglasses up" and "There's no bone in there; it's cartilage."
Idiot. Ray can be pretty insensitive sometimes, but sometimes he's the only one with any sanity at that house.
In Italy. Unfortunately, Stefania's father, Marco, wasn't too keen on Robert.
MacDougal. Robert, Amy, her wacko brother Peter, her religious parents. . . hmm, I see spin-off potential here!
He turned the TV volume. Ray didn't even realize that she was actually choking, and when she finally swallowed it, she got really mad at him, because she could have died, and he didn't do a thing to help her. Later, Robert showed Debra how to perform the Heimlich maneuver on herself in case that ever happened again.
She burns it within an iron. Marie was ironing Robert's suit jacket and watching TV at the same time. Then there was a commercial for a sports programme that Ray was going to be on. Marie got distracted and left a huge burn mark on the back of his suit jacket. She tried to get Robert to wear a trench coat over it, but he had to change his suit.
Albert. You find this out in the episode when Debra finds a tape from Ray's answering machine from 1982. Marie keeps leaving messages on the machine, but when Ray neglects to call her back, she leaves a message that says "Raymond Albert Barone! Pick up the phone right now!"
|On Debra and Ray's 10th wedding anniversary, they sat down to watch their wedding video. To their (mostly Debra's) surprise, Ray had recorded what sporting event over it?||"Everybody Loves Raymond" Quiz II
Super Bowl. When Debra realized that football had been recorded over her wedding, she SNAPPED.
6' 8". They mention it on one episode.
Joanne. You get to see Joanne in a few different episodes, and she is highly stuck up and rather rude.
House wife. Debra used to do PR work for a local hockey team, when she met her soon to be husband.
5' 11 3/4". Debra tells Raymond that maybe he has shrunk a quarter of an inch.
Upper thigh. Ray and Frank really got a kick out of this not so pleasant turn of events for poor Robert.
September 13, 1996. "Everybody Loves Raymond" debuted on September 13, 1996 on CBS, in the United States.
t-ball. Michael kept taking his clothes off in the sandbox.
"The Angry Family". He later reveals that his story was about a cartoon, not his family.
a hamster. Ally's hamster was accidentally placed in the freezer and died. Ray tries to get a replacement hamster, but it does not fool Ally.
Ally and Michael. Ray had to take the kids to the doctor. In the waiting room, he met with Terry Bradshaw.