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This episode's lunch special is pork and gravy with mashed potatoes, casserole, and a dinner roll.
At the beginning of the ceremony, Kevin is seen between Robert and Bernie and is all spiffy but when Debra is walking up the aisle with Warren, you see Kevin looking normal with a tux behind Lois and, then, a moment later, he is all spiffy again between Robert and Bernie.
When Frank puts down the bottle of liquor, he puts it on the middle of the table. When Raymond picks it up, it is at the edge of the table.
This episode's lunch special is chili dogs and Fritos corn chips.
Many references have been made throughout the series about Ray having to propose to Debra several times before she said yes. But in this episode, it appears that she accepts instantly the first time he asks.
According to "The Ball", the end of Ray's proposal to Debra went, "So, how about it, huh?" The proposal in this episode however, does not even come close to Ray saying that.
This episode's lunch special is a sandwich with chips, pickle, and potato salad.
This episode's lunch special is nachos.
In earlier scenes Timmy is seen with a rather long neck, but when Marie discovers his head in the freezer in the closing segment, the neck is quite short to allow the head to fit in.
This episode's lunch special is ham, beans, cole slaw, carn bread, and what looks like stuffing.
This episode's lunch special is a garden salad.
Ray puts the snacks in a blue bag. But when they get to the field, the snacks are in a different bag.
It really wouldn't be possible for Robert to not know his real birthday. It would appear on his birth certificate which he would have seen at some point in his life, as you need it to get a drivers license, which would also have his actual birthday.
How is Robert's birthday, which is April 6th, the same day as Amy and Robert's one year anniversary, when Amy and Robert started dating "a couple weeks before Valentine's Day?"
This episode's lunch special is Chinese food: chicken on rice with broccoli, egg roll with sweet n' sour sauce, lo mein, and a fortune cookie.
This episode's lunch special is macaroni and cheese with green beans, baby carrots, and corn bread.
This episode's lunch special is brie with grapes and French bread.
It is strange how when Robert grabbed the pizza and threw it in the robber's face. He didn't have any pizza on him at all. The thing just kind of fell onto the floor in one piece.
Robert pushes Ray into accepting his offer to go on a citizen's ride-along. They are initially sitting on the couch at the time, and when they rise, if you look closely behind where Ray is standing, through one of the kitchen windows you can spot a production crew member.
Robert is an NYPD officer, but in this episode he is on patrol near a Long Island bank.
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Family Comedies, Sitcoms, 90s