Everybody Loves Raymond

Season 6 Episode 8

It's Supposed to Be Fun

3
Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 12, 2001 on CBS
7.9
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While the Barones watch their sons play, Ray finds that Geoffrey is having trouble getting the hang of the game. As Geoffrey skips down the court and does pirouettes at the free throw line, Ray is mortified. He then learns the hard way that his son's lack of ability shouldn't interfere with either of them enjoying the game.moreless

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  • My Favorite Episode...

    10
    This is the first time I've ever rated something a 10. To me, it has to really be perfect for a ten. But, I've seen this episode about twenty or thirty times, and I still laugh every time.



    In the season one theme song, Ray Says "It's Not Really About the Kids", but it should have been; The kids' episodes are hilarious, and some of the show's best episodes.



    Basically, it's about Ray going to Geoffrey & Michael's Basketball game and making comments about Geoffrey's poor skills. While talking to Coach Bryan after the game, he makes another comment and Geoffrey hears him.



    When Ray comes home, he learns Geoffrey quit basketball, and goes and talks to him. He gets him to start playing again. At the next game, he tries to be positive, and annoys everyone.



    This episode is my favorite episode of the show because it's very funny, has a good story, and of course, Coach Bryan, the funniest character ever...



    My Ratings:



    Story: 5/5

    Jokes: 5/5

    Overall: 10/10moreless

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Goof: After Geoffrey is fouled, he takes his free throws on the wrong end of the court.

    • Ray Romano's kids can be seen during the basketball scenes. Alexandra "Ally" Romano, who plays Ally's friend Molly in many episodes, is in the bleachers, and there's a point at the end of the episode where Ray even sits between his real-life twins, Gregory and Matthew (which, if you remember, were the names that Ray's on-screen twins had in the pilot episode, before they were quickly changed to Geoffrey and Michael).

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