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Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 4 (1999)

Ray Romano , Patricia Heaton  |  NR |  DVD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Doris Roberts, Peter Boyle, Brad Garrett
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: HBO Studios
  • DVD Release Date: September 13, 2005
  • Run Time: 720 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A7PKGW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,598 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 4" on IMDb

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Audio Commentary: Four optional audio commentaries ("Boob Job", "Robert's Rodeo","The Tenth Anniversary" and "Bad Moon Rising") with series creator Phil Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Brad Garrett, Patricia Heaton, and writers Aaron Shure and Lew Schneider Deleted Scenes: Never-before-seen Bloopers and Deleted Scenes Audio Commentary: Four optional audio commentaries ("Boob Job", "Robert's Rodeo","The Tenth Anniversary" and "Bad Moon Rising") with series creator Phil Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Brad Garrett, Patricia Heaton, and writers Aaron Shure and Lew Schneider Deleted Scenes: Never-before-seen Bloopers and Deleted Scenes

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Everybody Loves Raymond: The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)

How do we love Raymond's fourth season? Let us count the classic episodes: "The Tenth Anniversary," in which Debra discovers that Raymond taped over their wedding video with the 1991 Super Bowl; "The Boob Job," in which Debra surprises Raymond with an apparent uplifting enhancement; "Debra's Workout," which leaves her in an amorously aggressive mood; "No Thanks," in which Debra tries a new, "nice" approach to win Marie (Doris Roberts) over; "Debra Makes Something Good," in which Debra's braciole upsets the family balance; and the Emmy-nominated "Bad Moon Rising," in which Raymond desperately tries to deal with Debra's volatile mood swings. Yes, it was a career year for Patricia Heaton, who became the first cast member to be honored with an Emmy (each of the core ensemble was nominated). As with the first three seasons, season 4 concludes with a flashback episode, "Robert's Divorce." But for the first time, the episode is capped with a cliffhanger, as Robert (Brad Garrett) retrieves his ex-wife's discarded phone number after running into her at a restaurant.

Series star and co-creator Ray Romano once told Entertainment Weekly that Raymond's best episodes start with "a small relatable concept and go somewhere bigger and deeper." Among the season's most memorable episodes that follow this formula are "The Can Opener," in which the entire Barone family becomes embroiled in Raymond and Debra's senseless argument; the Emmy-nominated "The Christmas Picture," in which Marie threatens to sit out a family photograph once she learns that Debra's parents are to be included; and the one in which Raymond discovers that Debra enjoys a good cry during her "Alone Time." ("Do you cry because I'm stupid?" he asks. "No," she replies, "I eat ice cream because you're stupid."). And all parents whose children came of age during the Pokémon craze will identify with Raymond's desperate attempts to scrounge up a valuable card for his daughter in the episode, "Hackidu." To quote the old comedy maxim: It's funny because it's true. And it's the universal truths and minutiae about family and married life that are at the heart of Raymond's enduring success. --Donald Liebenson

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125 of 127 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Everybody Loves Raymond Season 4! July 12, 2005
This is the way seasons should be rolled out on DVD. In a consistent and timely manner. Here's the episode guide for ELR Season 4:

1. Boob Job - Debra fakes a boob job because she thinks Ray has a thing for big breasts.

2. The Can Opener - Ray and Debra have a fight over a new can opener.

3. You Bet - Ray discovers that Frank's newfound interest in him is because he's been betting with the inside information Ray's giving him.

4. Sex Talk - Ray and Debra turn to Frank and Marie for advice when their sex life diminishes.

5. The Will - Ray and Debra talk about who will get the children should they die.

6. The Sister - Debra's sister visits with news that she's becoming a nun.

7. Cousin Gerard - Ray can't stand the fact that everyone thinks he's as annoying as his cousin Gerard.

8. Debra's Workout - Debra's increased sex drive raises questions with Ray.

9. No Thanks - Debra tries to handle Marie's criticism but she blows it and Marie still thinks Debra's in the wrong.

10. Left Back - Ray's afraid that he's passing on his lack of knowledge to the twins.

11. The Christmas Picture - Ray decides to get his parents a family portrait for Christmas and they love the idea, until Debra's parents show up to be in it too.

12. What's With Robert? - Everybody starts to question Robert's sexuality when he breaks up with Amy again.

13. Bully on the Bus - Ray and Debra find out that Ally's bullying a little girl on the school bus.

14. Prodigal Son - Ray is condemned by his family for not attending mass on Sundays.

15. Robert's Rodeo - While on duty, Robert is gored by a bull.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Truly Hilarious Masterpiece July 27, 2005
I can't wait to get ahold of season four. I have all the previous releases and they just keep getting better and better. "Everybody Loves Raymond" is truly the standard of what true television should be. It's comedy in the classic sense without all the trash that has plagued our TV sets for far too long. It really is a show that will keep you laughing from start to end filled with characters that are truly unbelievably hilarious.

It's a shame that this show has come to an end but for the nine years they were on they really did present something beyond unique which all viewers will be able to enjoy for years to come with these box sets. A true television classic!!!!!
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Episode Guide August 1, 2005
1. Boob Job: Debra is upset because of Ray's reaction to her friends new and improved boob job.

2. The Can Opener: The whole family takes sides when Ray and Debra fight over a can opener.

3. You Bet: Ray discovers that Frank's new interset in him when he's betting the info Ray's giving him

4. Sex Talk: Ray and Debra's sex life isn't what it used to be. So they talk to Ray's parents about it.

5. The Will: Ray and Debra are trying to figure out who would be the best gurdian for the kids if something happend to them.

6. The Sister: Debra's sister visits. Debra is upset.

7. Cousin Gerard: Ray hires his annoying cousin Gerard to be his assistant.

8. Debra's Workout: Debra does a workout.

9. No thanks: After how well the Barones get along together on Thanksgiving, Debra tries to get to make friends with Marie.

10. Left Back: Ray and Debra have to hold Michael back another year in pre-school. Then Ray is shocked when he hears he was held back at that age.

11. The Christmas Picture: Ray decides to get a portrate done of the family for his parents. They love the idea until Debra's parents show up to be in it.

12. What's up with Robert: Amy thinks Robert is gay.

13. Bully on the Bus: Ray and Debra have a problem with Ally because she is bullying a younger kid on the bus.

14. Prodigal son: Everybody gets on Ray's nerves because he doesn't go to Church on Sunday. Frank starts to go so then Raymond does. He knows why Frank goes. Here's a hint, It's not the sermon.

15. Robert's Rodeo: Ray starts to feel guilty when he cancels his plans with Robert. Robert goes to a Rodeo.

16. The tenth anniversary.
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is what comedy is all about. August 30, 2005
Well now were do i start, this is my first online review for anything and im glad that its for Everybody loves Raymond. I first seen Everybody loves Raymond about a year ago on Irish national television i was unawear of how long it had been running for and unawear of how long it had been shown on Irish television but after that first twenty minutes or so of pure comic Genius i too loved Raymond. I was really annoyed at first to find that like when the show was originally aired in the states it had not beened given the what seems to be universal prime time monday night comedy slot, where in the states it was on on a friday night it was on over this side of the water during the day time when most people where in work really killing its chances of having any fans or getting any real media attention. But thank Heavens for the DVD, i recently bought both series one and two (as there the only ones available over here at the moment)and i wet myself with laughter for three days non-stop its the only time i ever went out of my to watch anything in me life, each season has 25 episodes and i watch the whole fifty in three days(In between work and sleep of course)i have read a lot of the other reviews and most of them are just summaries of each episode which i'm not going to do, if you read this and it in any way helps your decision to purchase then you will want to watch each episode as a VIRGIN if you will to easily one of the best if not the best American sitcom ever produced, I could very easily waffle on until season nine is released on dvd about how great it is but don't take my word for it its best if you see for yourself. Read more ›
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