Raymond Albert Barone
The baby monitor picks up the baby crying, but we never hear Frank's "peek-a-boo." He does it for his sons when he comes downstairs, and it seems loud enough to be picked up by the monitor. After all, the monitor picks Robert singing softly enough for the baby to go to sleep.
The plot that Ray and his parents have been sharing/stealing cable using a cable-splitter doesn't make much logistical sense because they are across the street from one another. How would they get the cable across from one house to another unless the cable was buried?
This episode's "Where's Lunch?" is a lox bagel with tomato slices and capers.
Robert: The cable's out!
Debra: It's in the Bible. Next comes the locusts.
Debra: What game should we play?
Robert: How about Scruples?
Debra: No, we don't have that game, Robert.
Robert: I gave it to you for Christmas two years ago.
Debra: Oh, here it is. Remember this game, Ray?
Ray: Yeah, the one in the box.
Debra: Let's play this. We love this game.
Robert: The shrink wrap is still on it!
Debra: Okay, Ray, I will have sex with you. When the cable comes back on.
Ray: Okay, okay, that's a deal! (He goes to the tv set and strokes it) But I will be thinking of you.
Debra: Oh, c'mon, Ray, it's just television! It's not the end of the world.
(Frank comes in with a sandwich)
Frank: Your TV is out, too? Sweet mother of God!
(Frank is freaking out over the cable being out)
Marie: It's like someone went into the gorilla cage and took out the tire swing.
Ray: Your family decides to play a game. Do you light yourself on fire to get out of it?
Frank: I don't like games: follow the rules, pay attention, wait your turn. It's just like work dressed up like play.
(Debra turns off the TV)
Debra: Why don't we just sit and talk?
Ray: Why? What's wrong?
Frank: I thought I'd do a little Peek-a-boo with him... PEEK-A-BOO!
Ray: I remember dad sayin' Peek-a-boo.
Robert: Yea, me too, me too... Don't do that.
Jon Manfrelotti would later become the recurring character of Gianni, but first he would reappear in an unnamed role as Ray's superior in the Futon delivery business in the episode "How They Met."
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