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In this episode, we first see the hammock Robert bought for Marie in The Christmas Picture.
If they knew that Pat talked intimately to everyone, why did Peter and Hank get so upset?
Again, Ray says that Debra used to read his column a lot when they were dating, but Ray's first column is where he proposes to Debra. She must've meant while they were engaged and still dating.
In "Robert's Divorce", during a flashback to one of Joanne's control-freak moments while she and Robert were still married, she used the exact phrase "crazy chin" when Robert touched a piece of popcorn to his chin before putting it in his mouth. In "Raybert", Natasha, Robert's girlfriend at the time, also acknowledged Robert's habit, but called it "the chin thing."
Amy says that Robert screams at pickles, even though in several other episodes Robert eats pickles.
When Ray, Debra, Marie, Frank, Amy and Robert come into the house after returning from the graduation, the Barone kids aren't with them and there is no sign that a babysitter was with them. But we know the kids are at home because a few minutes later, Debra says she's going to go check on them. Who stayed with the kids during the ceremony?
Robert says that Ray could think about Molly's party as her Bat-Mitzva. However, a Bat-Mitzva, unlike a Bar-Mitzva, is held at age 12, not 13.
Notice the kids in the scene where Debra runs downstairs to have Amy help her get the curling iron untangled from her hair. The kids are all hunched up close to the front of the TV, and a split second before the camera cuts to a different angle, we see Ally jump back and scream, but we don't hear anything. The next couple of shots are very choppy and were obviously put together after being filmed at different times.
The ESPY Awards take place in Hollywood, not in New York. It's doubtful that they drove to California from Long Island.
When Ray goes across the street to bring Frank some cake and talk to him, he does not bring his coat with him. However, a few scenes later, when Ray comes home after going to the store, he suddenly has his coat. It's very unlikely that he went home first, especially since in this scene, he and Debra are apologizing to each other like they haven't seen one another since Ray left the first time.
At one point in the episode, Debra tells the kids to finish their homework upstairs. They run upstairs, but they leave all their homework on the living room table.
When Ally gives Frank some pancakes, she tells him she only had a couple leftover. A minute later, however, Ray is eating some, and then Ally gives him one that she shaped like a football. She obviously had more than just a couple left.
Frank is appalled that Pat would kill a bird, or any living creature, for that matter, and yet in Season 7's "The Thought that Counts", Frank boldly admitted that he killed a bird once.
At the beginning of the episode, when Debra and the kids are all sitting on the couch, the twins are slouched way back, and one of them has his eyes closed, like he is sleeping. In-between shots, though, the twins are sitting up, laying down, and sitting back up again.
At the beginning of the episode as Ray and Debra try to hold hands Debra turns the page of her book to start reading but then her and Ray start fighting. After their fight she goes back to reading but instead of reading at the top of the new page, she turns another page.
At the beginning of the episode, when Ray and Debra are struggling to get the kids off to school, one of the twins is missing a shoe. Ray finally finds it after they have left for the bus, and he tries catching up with them, but he is unsuccessful. Is this to say that the kid was sent to school with only one shoe? That doesn't sound very responsible.
If Debra is really a beginner at golf, she shouldn't tee off at the white teeing ground. Usually women tee off from the red teeing ground, which means shorter yardage.
According to this episode, Debra has never golfed before but in an earlier episode, it ends with Debra saying "C'mon Ray, only a few minutes tee time."
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Family Comedies, Sitcoms, 90s