Everybody Loves Raymond

Everybody Loves Raymond Season 2 Episodes

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Season 2 Episode Guide

Episode 1 - Ray's On TV

Ray is devastated when he discovers his family lied to him about his television debut on a sports chat show. When he gets a second chance to appear on the show, his family decides it's time they gave him some pointers on how to correct his awkwardness with certain words.


Episode 2 - Father Knows Least

Ray gets to use the "active technique" he and Debra learned in parenting class on his parents when their stubbornness goes too far. Ray doesn't realize how much he's mastered the technique learned in class until he uses his skills first on his parents and then on Ally, both with surprising results.


Episode 3 - Brother

At the urging of his parents, Ray takes his brother, Robert, out for a night on the town. But when Robert wants to get in touch with Ray's "feelings," Ray gets a little uncomfortable with "this brotherly bonding thing." Ray is left wondering if his goodwill gesture was really such a good idea after all.


Episode 4 - Mozart

When Ally decides to stop taking piano lessons from her Grandma Marie, Ray tries to teach her an important lesson about not quitting by resuming the lessons he took from his mother 25 years earlier. When Ray sits down at the piano with his mother again, it brings back many fond childhood memories of the nice times they shared at the piano.


Episode 5 - Golf

When Ray tricks Debra into letting him play golf, his guilt manifests itself in an anxiety attack on the golf course and his doctor diagnoses a bad case of stress with the remedy being - - to play more golf.


Episode 6 - Anniversary

At a big surprise party for Frank and Marie's 40th wedding anniversary, Raymond is shocked to learn that his parents were once separated for a year and might have gotten divorced if Frank hadn't returned home to help with Ray's broken arm. After the initial shock wears off, Ray starts to wonder if it's his fault that his parents are together and miserable.


Episode 7 - Working Late Again

When Debra fears that Ray is hiding out at work because he doesn't want to spend time at home with the family, she asks him to start working from home - - but things don't turn out the way she planned.


Episode 8 - The Children's Book

Sick of reading Ally the same stories night after night and in the mood to be a little creative, Debra decides to try her hand at writing a children's book. Feeling great about doing something other than being a mom, she invites Raymond to write the story with her.


Episode 9 - The Gift

Ray is feeling guilty about only getting his dad a card for his 65th birthday. So, he makes up for it by buying Frank a beautiful, gigantic aquarium. At first Frank adores the gift, but after one fish dies, he starts to hate it.


Episode 10 - High School

At Debra's insistence, Ray reluctantly takes her to his 20th high school reunion, and it's even worse than he expected. It turns out that Debra is "one of them" - - the cool people who hated him and used to throw him into the girl's bathroom. Depressed about being unmasked as a "nerd," Ray tries to deal with the "mixed" marriage.


Episode 11 - The Letter

When Marie crashes and ultimately ruins her Tupperware party, Debra decides that the day has finally come to tell Ray's mom she can't stand her being so critical, intrusive, and overbearing - - and she takes pen to paper. Horrified by thinking what this could cause, Ray does everything in his power to intercept the letter.


Episode 12 - All I Want for Christmas

All Ray wants for Christmas is a little loving from his wife and he's willing to try anything and everything to have his holiday wish come true. Ray has tried just about everything to get Debra "in the mood" and his dream comes true when she finally falls victim to his boyish charm on Christmas morning.


Episode 13 - Civil War

Feeling left out when he thinks that his father selectively asked his brother to join a Civil War re-enactment, Ray voluntarily enlists for the Battle of Gettysburg. As the men prepare for Battle, a funny thing happens and Ray is finally able to tell Frank that he wishes they did more together.


Episode 14 - Mia Famiglia

When Ray's "Zia Sarina" comes to visit all the way from Italy to help Ally with a school project on family trees, he's thrilled to finally meet a relative whom the whole family likes. She is instantly adored by her American family for her way with Pizza and Old World charm.


Episode 15 - Marie's Meatballs

AWhen Raymond chooses his mother's spaghetti and meatballs over his wife's lemon chicken, Debra gets upset. With good intentions, Ray asks his mom to give Debra cooking lessons. Although Marie and Debra have fun in the kitchen, the meatballs lead Marie to believe that it's only her cooking that keeps Ray coming by


Episode 16 - The Checkbook

When Raymond takes over the family checkbook to prove to Debra how "easy it can be" to balance it, he discovers he is no accountant. After he quickly runs out of money and starts bouncing checks, he tries to hide the truth from Debra and winds up entangled in a mess of lies.


Episode 17 - The Ride-Along

When Raymond goes on a citizen's ride along in his brother's patrol car and sees Robert risk his life during a hold-up, he gains a new respect for him. Spending a shift in the back of Robert's patrol car bores Ray at first and he wonders why he even bothered putting on a bullet-proof vest.


Episode 18 - The Family Bed

When Ally, claiming that there are monsters in her room, insists on sleeping in her parent's bed, Ray and Debra do everything they can to slay the monsters so they can get a good night's sleep. A sleep deprived Raymond wonders where the How to Grow a Kid book is when he needs it, especially when Ally still refuses to sleep in her own bed alone.


Episode 19 - Good Girls

Debra discovers that her mother-in -law, Marie, likes Robert's girlfriend, Amy, better than she likes her because Amy is a "good girl." When Robert accidentally lets it slip to Marie that Amy is a virgin, Marie is thrilled to pieces. Jealous of the attention Amy is receiving from Marie, Raymond minimizes Debra's premarital activities, leading his mother to believe that Debra was a "good girl" too.


Episode 20 - T-Ball

Debra brings an "unapproved snack" to Ally's T-ball game and Ray doesn't stand up for her--prominently displaying his fear of being disliked. Debra had no idea that pretzels were not on the "approved snack list" in the orientation packet for Ally's team. And, as a mom juggling three children under the age of 7, she doesn't have time to cater.


Episode 21 - Traffic School

When Robert's traffic school students complain that his class causes severe insomnia, he practices on members of his family -- who turn out to be even tougher critics. Asserting that "driving is a privilege, not a right," Robert uses teaching methods that leave his students cold -- and bored.


Episode 22 - Six Feet Under

Debra tries to teach Raymond how to have a "normal" mid-life crisis, like everyone else, after he starts planning his burial. Triggered by the realization that he's shrinking and is no longer six feet tall, Raymond begins to go through a mid-life crisis.


Episode 23 - The Garage Sale

When Debra gives away all the "baby stuff" at a family garage sale, Ray gets upset that she doesn't want to have any more children. Ray is surprised to hear that Debra just assumed they were finished having children.


Episode 24 - The Wedding, Pt. 1

After Raymond asks Debra why she ever married him, they take a walk back in time -- to the very beginning of it all. Raymond is very, very nervous. He's about to propose to his lovely girlfriend Debra and nothing is going right. But when he finally pops the big question, she accepts, the families celebrate and all is well. At least for five minutes. Then the "nervous" turns into "pure fear" when Ray wonders if she really wants to marry him for love -- or if it's just for the elaborate wedding she's been planning since she was twelve.


Episode 25 - The Wedding, Pt. 2

Ray fears that Debra is more interested in the wedding than in him. With wedding plans in "runaway train" mode, Ray feels lost amid the endless discussion of veils, bands, appetizers, and wedding vows. He is convinced that he is but a pawn in Debra's dream wedding fantasy.


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