The hit comedy says farewell in a half-hour series finale.
Robert is surprised when he catches Pat (Georgia Engel) concealing a big secret from her family.
Ray attempts to turn the tables on Debra in the bedroom.
Robert gets mad at Ray when he tells him that his wife talks too much.
Marie is astounded when Frank puts salt on her homemade lasagna, leading her to believe that she's lost her touch in the kitchen.
Ray can't believe the family is so upset about what he said to one of the kids' friends when he was only trying to be funny.
Marie helps Debra deal with Ray, who always leaves his stuff lying around the house.
Concerned that Peter is alone, Amy's parents ask Ray to offer their son some dating advice.
Robert and Amy learn that living with Frank and Marie has a downside.
Debra invites her divorced parents to Thanksgiving dinner. Marie agrees to let Lois stay with her while Warren sleeps in Ray and Debras bed. Ray is traumatized when he goes to his room and walks in on Lois and Warren having sex. The next morning, Debra misinterprets her parents rendezvous as reconciliation.
The women pressure Ray and Frank to accompany Robert to one of his therapy sessions.
Debra and Ray are shocked when Ally comes home with an "F" in math on her report card.
Ray has to tell Debra that the PTA has problems with the way she dresses.
Ray worries that Debra's fight with Marie could put a stop to his plans.
Robert, Amy, Marie and Frank love their living situation.
A surprising family development occurs.
Everybody Loves Raymond clip - starring Peter Boyle, Doris Roberts, Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Madylin Sweeton, Brad Garrett.
The Barones and the McDougals hash out their problems, Plymouth Rock-style.
Debra tries to create her own traditions with a fish for Thanksgiving dinner, but Marie schemes to outshine her with a good old-fashioned turkey.
Debra and Marie decide they want to cook a tofu-turkey for Thanksgiving.
Debra and Ray get into an argument in the bathroom over living with a monkey.
Frank seems to be the only one that can\'t tell the difference between contraceptives and chocolate coins.
It never stops for successful sports writer Ray Barone, whose oddball family life consists of a fed up wife, overbearing parents, and an older brother with lifelong jealousy.