Ranking of the Top 5 ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ Episodes
When viewing the television show Everybody Loves Raymond, viewers can breathe a sigh of relief. While the sitcom that followed sportswriter Ray Barone’s (Ray Romano) life with his chaotic family is no longer on the air, it was once a breath of fresh air. Let’s take a look at the show’s best five episodes and where they rank on the IMDb scale.
#5 – Season 6, Episode 1 of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’
The Season 6 opening episode of Everybody Loves Raymond had an IMDb rating of 8.8.
According to the episode summary, Michael tells a narrative about an enraged family, which Ray, Debra, and the rest of the audience believe is about them.
As a result, the family is constantly fighting.
They decide to seek counseling in order to re-establish their relationship as a happy family.”
The sitcom itself was refreshing to the ordinary viewer because, in general, everyone in their families is coping with some level of dysfunction. It was refreshing to see it depicted on TV in such a relatable manner.
‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ (#4) Episode 22 of Season 7 Ray and Debra’s marriage is one of the most amusing marriages in the entire span of the comedy (Patricia Heaton.) This episode, which received an 8.8/10 on IMDb, follows a three-week feud between the married couple. You’re probably wondering what happened at the end of the fight. It was a debate about who would pack the suitcase after a trip.
Recognize it. We’ve all been in that situation.
‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ (#3) Episode 16 of Season 6 Marie, Ray’s on-screen mother, played by Doris Roberts, has long been a fan favorite. She tries to prevent Ray’s brother Robert (Brad Garrett) from becoming successful after receiving an offer from the FBI in this episode.
On the IMDb rating scale, this film receives an 8.9/10.
‘Raymond’s Doris Roberts revealed that the show’s scripts were constantly rewritten: ‘At 11 o’clock at night, there’s another script on your doorstep.’
#2 – Season 5, Episode 19 of ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’
“Tempers flare when Marie accuses Debra of not returning a borrowed canister of sentimental value, while Debra swears she has already returned it,” according to IMDb.
Debra is shocked to learn that she still has the canister in her possession, and she concocts an intricate strategy to get rid of the evidence with the reluctant help of Ray and Robert, rather than admit to Marie that she was correct all along… News from Brinkwire Entertainment in a nutshell.