Robert is an NYPD officer, but in this episode he is on patrol near a Long Island bank.
After trying to open the ATM cover, Ray's palms are grey. This can be seen when he raises his hands at the bank's glass door.
This episode's lunch special is fried chicken, baked beans, corn on the cob, and either collard greens or spinach.
This episode's lunch special is a tiny bit juice.
This episode's lunch special is a can of sardines with saltine crackers.
This episode's lunch special is a boiled crab.
This episode's lunch is a TV dinner with Salisbury steak, corn, and mashed potatoes.
When Debra tells Ray that she never asked him to invite Marie because she didn't want her there, he responded "So this wasn't my fault". However the reason that Marie came over was to bring her special crab dip she made for his "sports thing". Also considering the fact that Debra,had been planning this party for weeks, and the fight Ray invited his friends over to see wasn't scheduled at the last minute... It was Ray's fault.
Not long after Marie barges in on Debra's Tupperware party, all havoc breaks loose. In a matter of minutes, all of the invited guests leave without purchasing any Tupperware or taking catalogs, leading the hostess to say, "This territory blows."
However, in the final scene when Debra and Marie make up over "The Letter," Debra says to Marie, "The Tupperware's in and it's over at the house. Do you want to come over and see yours?"
It's worth noting that Marie, of all people, would not have purchased any items--let alone any of the other guests who left prematurely.
Why would Debra send a letter to Marie, telling her how she makes her feel, when she was the one who told Raymond that she never would tell his parents how she felt about them in "The In-Laws"?
This episode's lunch special is turkey, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, and green beans.
You can see Ray Romano's real-life wife, Anna, sitting at one of the tables at the reunion. Later she gets up and gives Ray her purse to watch.
This episode's lunch special is sausages with sauerkraut.
The milk Ray spills on the kitchen table is there in one spot, then when Marie walks in with the shorts she bought for Ray the spilt milk has vanished.
This episode's lunch special is clam chowder with oyster crackers.
In "The Gift" Frank celebrated his 65th birthday, but in "Debra Makes Something Good" he says he is 64 years old.
Raymond says that he has to squeeze the toy twelve times. If you count, he squeezes it sixteen times instead of twelve.
This episode's lunch special is a small chicken with asparagus.
This episode's lunch special is a tomato and basil salad with mozarella cheese and some bread slices.
In the opening scene, when Frank walks in, at first it is light outside. But then you can see it instantly become much darker.
Family Comedies, Sitcoms, 90s