Everybody Loves Raymond

Season 2 Episode 22

Six Feet Under

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Apr 27, 1998 on CBS
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When six-foot-tall Raymond discovers that he's shrunk a quarter of an inch, the resultant midlife crisis grows until he decides to make a list of his dreams and goals in life. Meanwhile, Marie gets mad at Frank when she discovers that he sold half of their burial plot for a profit.moreless

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      • Marie: Good news! I found a cemetery that can fit us all in!
        Debra: Misery, your company's here.
        Marie: It might be a little tight though. One of us has to be vertical. Debra, would you mind being the vertical one?
        Ray: Why Debra, ma?
        Marie: Well it can't be your brother, his head would stick out of the ground.

      • (Debra gives Ray the extra-thick odor eaters for his shoes)
        Ray: Who am I fooling?
        Debra: Well, you only have to fool one person. And that person once asked me if Jell-O was a fruit.

      • Ray: (about the lifts that Debra bought for his shoes) I can't wear lifts!
        Debra: They're not lifts, they're extra-thick Odor Eaters. Two birds with one stone.

      • Marie: Why didn't you tell us you were going through a midlife crisis?
        Ray: I'm still getting the announcements printed, Ma.

      • Debra: (measuring Ray's height) Okay. Five foot eleven and three-and-a-half quarters.
        Ray: Wait a minute, whoa, whoa, whoa, I'm six feet tall!

      • Debra: (about her midlife crisis) I've already had mine.
        Ray: Really?
        Debra: Yeah. A while ago.
        Ray: Oh, was that the perm thing?

      • Debra: Ray, do you know why I rub my hands with this cream every night?
        Ray: Because....it's hand cream?
        Debra: No. It's because my hands are not as soft and smooth as they used to be. Have you noticed?
        Ray: Oh. Well, I didn't want to say anything—
        Debra: Shut up, Ray. So I rub my hands with this every night. It doesn't do anything, and I know it's a losing battle, but I do it anyway. THAT'S how you have a proper mid-life crisis. You don't plan your funeral—you go into denial like a normal person!

      • Marie: Why don't you fulfill one of my dreams and just leave me alone?
        Frank: Holy crap, finally, something we have in common!

      • Ray: I'm actually jealous of you. You have a dream. I have nothing.
        Robert: Nothing, Raymond? You think you've got nothing? House. Wife. Little daughter. Twin boys. That was my dream! So why don't you take your bitter act "I'm shrinking, I'm dying, I've got no dreams" and go right back across the street to paradise!

      • Ray: I did some very productive thinking today.
        Debra: Yeah?
        Ray: I'm gonna get cremated.

      • Ray: Look, the guys thought that the reason the shrinking thing is bothering me is because I'm having a mid-life crisis. I need some goals, you know? Something to shoot for.
        Debra:...You want to have an affair?
        Ray: What? Where did that come from?
        Debra: Well how come you won't show me?
        Ray: Yeah, I put "have an affair" on paper. That's one of my goals. Disappoint another woman.

      • (about selling half of their joint burial plot)
        Marie: And when were you gonna tell me about this?
        Frank: I wasn't! I figured if you went first you couldn't yell at me, and if I went first, yell all you want!

      • Marie: You have always wanted to leave me haven't you?
        Frank: "Til death do us part", Marie! After that you're on your own!

      • Ray: All I need is another quarter-inch!
        Gianni: Who doesn't?

      • Ray: Do you remember me having any dreams when I was a kid?
        Frank: I remember you wetting the bed.
        Ray: No, I mean, do you remember what I wanted to be?
        Frank: Dry?

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