Everybody Loves Raymond

Season 3 Episode 13

Ping Pong

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 11, 1999 on CBS
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When Ray finds out that his father let him win a game of Ping-Pong when he was twelve, he challenges him to a game.

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  • When Ray finds out from Marie that Frank let him win in a game of ping pong He challenges Frank to have a rematch.

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    Marie has Robert and Raymond to take the fabric that she bought down to the basement. Ray and Robert find the ping pong table that they used when they were kids and talk about there memories. Marie comes in and finds out what they're talking about and says that Frank let him win. Ray says he won because he had done a ray man spin ball. They go up to ask Frank and challenges him to another game. When Ray goes home that night he practices his ping pong and wakes up Debra. The next day Frank is trash talking during the game. Frank: Hear ye, Hear ye. Will all woman and children please report to a safe distance. Except for my little girl, Raymond.



    Frank: Marie, get a mop because after I play Ray the floor is going to be soaked with tears.



    Raymond: Yeah, but they are going to be your tears because its going to be your funeral.



    Frank: If it's my funeral how can I be crying? Nice try!



    Marie: I thought it was good Raymond.



    Frank: Oh look, Ray's got a cheerleader. Warn me when your going to do the splits.moreless

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  • QUOTES (12)

    • Ray: If I didn't really beat Dad, I'm just a twelve year old boy crying in my basement.
      Debra: I thought a ball hit you in the eye.

    • (Marie goes from Ray's side of the table to Frank's side of the table)
      Frank: I actually liked you better on the other side. The tilt of the basement was working in my favor.

    • Robert: Oh, God, I was just thinking about my childhood, and dad, playing us in Ping-Pong.
      Ray: Oh, yeah, with the taunting—
      Robert: Yeah, and the rhyming of the scores.
      Ray: Ten serving three, you can't compete with me.
      Robert: Fourteen serving one, you're really not my son.

    • Frank: Marie, get a mop, 'cause after I play Ray, the floor is going to be soaked with tears.
      Ray: Yeah, but they're gonna be your tears, 'cause it's gonna be your funeral.
      Frank: If it's my funeral, how could I be crying?
      Ray: Nice try!

    • Frank: Hear ye, hear ye. Will all women and children please retreat to a safe distance, except for my little girl, Raymond.

    • Robert: Alright, here we go, cubby.
      Ray: Trash talk allowed, right?
      Robert: Bring it on!
      Ray: Zero serving zero, you experimented in camp. (Robert walks off)

    • Ray: Zero serving six, you're fat and you smell.

    • Frank: Two serving nada, I'm ashamed to be his faddah.

    • Frank: What ya gonna do, Raymond? Talk trash to me?
      Ray: No.... I don't know. I'm distracted by the shine off your scalp.
      (Robert and Marie start laughing)
      Marie: That's a good one! Ha ha. (turns to Frank) 'Cause you're bald!
      Frank: Take all the skin off my head, it still wouldn't cover Ray's nose.
      Robert and Marie: Ooooooooh.
      Ray: Yeah, well, I wish you would because then I wouldn't have to smell your head without the skin on it.
      Robert: What's that supposed to mean?
      Ray: It means 'shut up', Robert.

    • Frank: Zero serving zero, Ray can kiss my rear-o!

    • (Ray and Robert throw Marie's huge fabric on the basement floor)
      Marie: (upstairs, not knowing what happened) What was that?!
      Ray: Nothing, Ma. Robert just fell.
      Marie: On the fabric?!
      Ray: No.
      Marie: Alright.

    • (The twins just threw Ray's golf bag down the stairs)
      Ray: Do you know that that's daddy's golf bag?
      The twins: Yeah.
      Ray: Yeah, you do... Well, do you know what titanium is?
      The twins: Yeah.
      Ray: Do you know how hard daddy works?
      The twins: Yeah.
      Ray: Don't you know that golf is all daddy has?
      The twins: Yeah.

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