Everybody Loves Raymond

Season 7 Episode 8

The Annoying Kid

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Nov 11, 2002 on CBS
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Ray and Debra are excited to have finally met a couple, Neil and Lauren, who are just like them. However, Ray starts having mixed feelings when their annoying eight-year-old son, Spencer, wreaks havoc around the Barone household.

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  • The Annoying Kid

    3.5
    It is not too long ago that I was a kid, and was probably pretty similar to Spencer in the eyes of many adults, but that does not mean that I want to watch a TV show about it. Sometimes Everybody Loves Raymond had these episodes where the children are the central focus of the main storyline, and that just spells disaster as this show rarely utilizes B storylines.



    People watched Everybody Loves Raymond for the interactions among the adults and because this seemingly insane family was actually very relatable to theirs. This episode though was just really really stupid.moreless

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    • Debra: Name one kid that you like.
      Ray: Bernie and Linda's kid, David.
      Debra: Benjamin.
      Ray: Whatever! That is a great kid.
      Debra: We never see him.
      Ray: That's right! He gives us a chance to miss him. And in another couple years, I'll look forward to seeing him again.

    • Ally: (when the boys are chasing her around during a game) Stop! Dad, they're bothering me!
      Ray: Okay, all right, guys, just leave her alone, all right?
      Spencer: But we must feed, or we will die!
      Marie: Oh, they're hungry? I've got chicken cacciatore across the street.
      Ray: No, Ma, I think they're just having fun playing.

    • Ray: Just because you like the parents doesn't mean you have to like the kid.
      Debra: What are you talking about? Spencer's cute.
      Ray: Cute? Cute? (scoffs) I guess the word means nothing now. He never stopped with that voice!
      Debra: Oh, are we criticizing someone else's voice, Ray?

    • Ray: (about Spencer) He ate the last cannoli! I told him there were cookies for him, but the little weasel just said, "I'm the guest!"
      Debra: Weasel? Look, Ray, he was the guest, and if he wanted a cannoli, what's wrong with that?
      Ray: Because he took one bite and threw it away! Look at it in there! (opens garbage can)

    • Ray: I don't force you to spend time with people you don't like.
      Debra: Oh, no?
      Ray: What, you mean my parents?
      Debra: Yes, your parents! They take up all the time we would normally spend with friends. In fact, they're friend-repellent!

    • Debra: I want to make friends! Why can't I have friends?
      Ray: I'm your friend.
      Debra: This is the argument?

    • Ray: Listen, I'm a good judge of character, all right? That kid, he knew exactly what he was doing!
      Debra: He's eight.
      Ray: That's forty in weasel years!

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