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.
For the first time, all the in-laws are together at Ray and Debra's for Thanksgiving.
The women pressure Ray and Frank to accompany Robert to one of his therapy sessions.
Debra and Ray are astonished when Ally comes home with an "F" in math on her report card. Ray and Debra set up a meeting with math teacher Mr. Putnam to see what she could do to improve. Ray immediately picks up a "mean vibe" when they enter the classroom and clashes with Debra on how they should handle the situation. Later that evening, Amy tells Debra about a crush that Ally has for a "cute boy" in her math class. The next day, Debra has a follow up discussion with Mr. Putnam to tell him about Ally's distraction, but finds he's insensitive and mean. This leads to a role reversal back at the Barone home, as Ray becomes the responsible adult while Debra is concerned with the "cute boy" in Ally's life.
Following a PTA meeting, Debra comments on Ray's sloppy attire, and he tells her that he overheard one of the mothers say that she looked trampy. Amy doesn't help matters when she admires Debra for wearing clothes that aren't necessarily age-appropriate. The next day, Robert discusses the situation with Ray and learns that Ray's feelings were hurt and he made up the entire story. A week later, Debra purposely dresses "trampy" and confronts the PTA women face to face.
Ray craftily turns what looks to be misfortune, after Debra and Marie fight, into a night of passion by helping Debra channel her emotions into what he terms "angry sex." The next evening, while Ray tells Robert, Gianni and Bernie details of his wild night, an enraged Debra returns after a day of shopping with Amy. Ray excitedly kicks everyone out of his house so he can "tend" to his wife. Marie disrupts the plan as she comes in the house through the kitchen with a cake and wants to apologize to Debra.
Robert, Amy, Marie and Frank love their living situation.
After Frank and Marie have a wonderful time visiting old friends, they deliver the shocking news to the family that they have decided to buy a condo in New Jersey. Ray, Debra, Robert and Amy can barely contain their happiness now that their nagging parents will live 85 minutes away. Marie offers to sell Robert and Amy their house for $26,000, the same price they paid for it, and they happily accept.
Ray gives a wonderful speech about marriage, and Frank wants a minute for rebuttal.
Spend your evenings with the Barones every night at 9PM/8C and keep the laughs coming!
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