Everybody Loves Raymond

Season 7 Episode 24

Robert's Wedding

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM May 19, 2003 on CBS
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Robert and Amy exchange vows in a classic Barone family wedding ceremony.

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  • Jungle love... it's driving me wild...

    7.0
    This episode really didn't do anything for me. Besides that funny quote from Marie about never wanting to interfere, this episode is pretty bland.



    It's good to see Robert get married again, and the look on Amy's face when Marie stands up to talk is priceless. Ray's little stand up act at the reception is pretty boring though. I have admit, the first dance of the happy couple did crack me up though.



    All in all, this a pretty average and unfunny episode. Eventful, yes. But not much more. Nothing near the quality of the first season, in my unwarranted opinion.moreless
  • Robert tieing the knot.

    9.0
    This is basically your typical wedding episode but it\'s done right. It was so good it actually surpassed the episode two parter where Ray and Debra got married, this two parter I thought was a little better because it shows a marrage that goes well but not the way we would usually expect it to. It's a known fact that sometimes in Weddings things that can go wrong will go wrong. And one of them is Peter's slight mess up on failing to pick up the priest. But that's a warm up compared to Marie whom as usual is her oblivious self when she gives a long and rather unnessary speach on her thoughts about the marrage. I laughed my head off on the non verbal humor when Ray and the Priest sit down with looks wondering when her speach will conclude. Then there is both Frank and Hank arguing which was just priceless. Despite these things that have made the marrage almost spiral into chaos, everything went right at the end. From a heartwarming, funny, and rather honest speach Ray gave to everyone which gave everything a warm suttlety. And of course the finale when both Amy and Robert dance to Jungle Fever which is a rather unusal yet wise choice for their Wedding song (hey even I'm an Elvis fan).moreless
  • A VERY funny episode, and good season finale

    10
    This episode marked the 7th season finale, with Robert and Amy's wedding. It starts off with Robert and Amy in the middle of the ceremony, when Marie classically stands up and interrupts the ceremony, just making sure that Robert and Amy were marrying for love, not just because Marie had pushed them into it. Robert and Amy are horrified, but go through the ceremony anyway. At the reception, everyone is a little uncomfortable, and Frank starts fighting with Hank, Amy's father, about having to pay for beer, which is hilarious, while Marie is horrified at the buffet. Ray then gets up to make a toast, which loosens everyone up since it is funny. Then finally, Amy and Robert have their first dance as husband and wife in which they dance to "Jungle Love," Which is also the song they danced to in "Snow Day" and at the policeman's ball. I thought this episode was one of my favorites, because it was a classic ELR wedding, with many great moments. Amy's look when Marie stood up was great, and so was Marie's interrupting the ceremony. I loved this episode, and if you haven't seen it yet you should soon, because it is great.moreless
John C. McDonnell

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DJ

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Chelcie Ross

Chelcie Ross

Reverend Stevens

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Dan Kinsella

Dan Kinsella

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Sherri Shepherd

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Judy

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Jon Manfrellotti

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Gianni

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Monica Horan

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Amy MacDougall

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • According to Ray's toast, Marie grabbed his leg and said "Don't go!" at his wedding. But in the episode The Wedding (2), Marie never did that.
      Response: Ray was most likely just overexaggerating with this for effect with his toast. Even though Marie didn't actually grab his leg, it's anyone's guess how she felt about her baby getting married.

  • QUOTES (17)

    • Ray: (during his toast at the wedding) I think you're gonna remember about today what you want to remember. Like, at my wedding, I remember it as the day I got to kiss the most beautiful woman in the world. And I hope that's how she remembers it too, as a good day. The start of a lot of good memories. We completely blocked out the part where Ma was holding onto my leg yelling, "Don't go! Don't go!"

    • Debra: You're dancing with me today, jerk wad.
      Ray: Aw, you haven't called me that since our wedding.

    • Ray: Amy knew what she was getting when she married into this family, and that's why I got her a gift I knew she could use: cyanide.

    • Debra: (she and the kids come into the bedroom, where Ray is still dressing) Here they are! Aren't they beau--RAY! I left you up here an hour ago! I showered, did my hair, got the kids up, got them ready--kids, go downstairs, Mommy's yelling.

    • Ray: Amy knew what she was getting when she married into this family. She's not just getting a husband, she's getting an entire mental hospital.

    • Robert: Just hurry it up, man, okay? This is the most important day of my life!
      Ray: That's what you said at your last wedding.
      Robert: What's that, a smart remark? Yeah? You bringing up my first marriage, Raymond? On this day?
      Ray: No, Robert, I didn't mean--
      Robert: Do not mess with me today.
      Ray: But I--
      Robert: DO NOT MESS WITH ME TODAY, RAYMOND!

    • Ray: (doing his toast) So here's to my brother Robert, and the best thing that ever happened to him, my new sister Amy.

    • Marie: (in response to her speech in the Church for Amy and Robert) I was doing it for them!
      Pat: No, Marie. I think you were doing it for you. You were so worried about what you needed to express that you weren't considering the feelings of everyone else, including your son. I believe that's called narcissism.

    • Marie: You know I never like to interfere.

    • Frank: I am the father of the gigantic groom! And I demand beer now! Beer now! Beer now! Beer now!
      Marie: Who do you think helped drive that hussy out of your house? (to Amy) Not that would ever happen to you, dear.

    • Marie: I just want to make sure that you two are marrying today for love, and only for love. Because that is the only way a marriage can stay together. Isn't that right Frank?
      Frank: I don't know who you are, lady.

    • Robert: (angry) The elementary school play; you tried to put different pants on me.
      Marie: You got yours dirty. Any mother would have done the same.
      Robert: (yelling) Not while I was on stage!

    • Frank: And the broad's family is supposed to pay for the wedding and it is to be a full bar, free of charge with top shelf hooch. Read your Bibles!
      Robert: I must have missed that passage.

    • Robert: (referring to Peter) That guy has squirrels juggling knives in his head.

    • (Marie is in the middle of interrupting the ceremony.)
      Amy: (to Debra, about Marie) Did she do this to you?
      Debra: Honey, this is only the beginning.

    • Ray: (after Pat tells Marie off once and for all) No one has ever said that to her before! You're cool!

    • Robert: This is my wedding day, and I'm in no mood for fun!
      Raymond: Then you're gonna love marriage.

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