Everybody Loves Raymond

Season 4 Episode 4

Sex Talk

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 11, 1999 on CBS
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Ray and Debra are discouraged when they realize that their sex life isn't what it used to be. Trying to make themselves feel better, they approach Frank and Marie about what constitutes a "normal" sex life for an older couple, but are left feeling more inadequate when they discover the disturbing bedroom secrets of the elder Barones.moreless

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  • best episode

    10
    Always enjoyed Ray's every move to have sex in this episode Ray learns that his Dad and his mom still have sex at least 3xs a week. I always thought they just didn't.LOL
  • In this episode Ray and Debra find out, much to their dismay, how often Marie and Frank have sex.

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    In separate conversations, Debra learns from Marie that she and Frank only have sex once a year. Frank though tells Ray that they have sex two to three times a week. In an awkwardly funny scene, Debra confronts her in-laws to get to the truth. Marie: Do you know the meaning of a private conversation? Finally, Marie cracks and says that it really is two to three times a week. Marie: I don't want to be know as the whore of Lynbrook! Frank: "Then we could move". Ray amazingly asks how they could do this when it's apparent how they act towards each other. Frank explains "I'm retired. what else do I have to do? Marie admits that Frank is quite "competent in that area. A very funny conversation and episode.moreless

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    • This episode's "Where's Lunch?" is a doughnut assortment (glazed, a chocolate frosted long john, a chocolate frosted with nuts, and a cherry frosted)

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Ray: Ma told us how much you've been "slowing down."
      Frank: Well, I may not be where you kids are right now, but I think a couple times a week is pretty good.
      (dead silence; Robert and Ray are stunned)
      Robert: A couple times a week?
      Ray: Holy crap!

    • Debra: We are turning into your parents!
      Ray: Okay... which one am I?
      Debra: Do you know that your sex drive is diminishing?
      Ray: Well, if you're my mother, then what do you expect?

    • Frank: Hey, in this department I speak the truth! You could set your clock by me.
      Ray: You could set it every 20 years.
      Robert: Hey hey hey a little respect!
      Frank: (to Robert) That's alright, that's alright. (to Ray) Listen, sonny, if you're having trouble making the wee-wacky-woo-hoo, you did not get that from me!

    • Ray: Maybe I'm trying less because of all the rejection. I'm like the monkey who gets shocked every time he reaches for the pellet.

    • Debra: I just kissed you, rubbed your chest, kissed you again in an impure manner, you never took your eyes off the TV. Ten years ago all I had to do was be awake...sometimes not even that.
      Ray: I'm still...a sex machine.

    • Debra: She might ask about you and Grandpa.
      Marie: Well, if she does, I will change the subject and give her a cookie.
      Debra: Is that what you do when Grandpa asks?

    • Debra: Why did you tell me it was only once a year?
      Marie: Because this whole topic is improper! What we do in our bedroom is our own business, and I prefer not to be known as the Whore of Lynbrook.
      Frank: We can move from Lynbrook.

    • Robert: How many times would you say that you and Ma...
      Ray: Oh, somebody kill me!
      Robert: And look, by the way, you don't have to call her Mom. We got a system. You can pick any name.
      Frank: Another name?
      Robert: Yeah, yeah, uh, that way it's not embarrassing.
      Ray: Yeah, I think we're past that.
      Frank: Harriet Lichmann.

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