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Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 6

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Standup comedian Ray Romano stars as Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter who deals with his brother and parents, who happen to live across the street. Patricia Heaton ("The Goodbye Girl"), Peter Boyle ("While You Were Sleeping"), Doris Roberts ("Remington Steele"), and Brad Garrett ("Gleason") round out the stellar cast.

DVD Features:
Audio Commentary:Six optional audio commentaries ("Marie?s Sculpture," "Tissues," "Cookies," "Lucky Suit," "The Skit" and "Talk To Your Daughter") with series creator Phil Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Doris Roberts and writers Mike Royce, Steve Skrovan, Lew Schneider and Tucker Cawley.
Deleted Scenes:Never-before-seen Bloopers and Deleted Scenes
Other:"ELR: The First Six Years"-- A look back at ELR from the beginning.

Everybody Loves Raymond has always been a show about a dysfunctional family that somehow manages to pull it together when it matters. Rather than growing tired in its sixth season, the sitcom manages to entertain viewers as it delves into the characters' often unpleasant characteristics: Raymond's (Ray Romano) spinelessness when it comes to his mother; Debra's (Patricia Heaton) simmering anger with her interfering mother-in-law; Marie's (Doris Roberts) insulting backhanded compliments, Frank's (Peter Boyle) chauvinistic treatment of his wife, and Robert's (Brad Garrett) increasing jealousy where Raymond is concerned. The season's opening episode sets the tone for the year's 25 episodes. At a school function, Michael (Sullivan Sweeten) reads his story to a rapt audience that includes his mom and dad, grandparents, and uncle. The story is called "The Angry Family." As the little boy talks about the extreme decibel level in the fictional home, the Barones turn beet red. It's a story about them, they think, and they're horrified and embarrassed. Robert can't get beyond the fact that he wasn't included at all in the child's project. (They later learn that a cartoon was the inspiration for Michael's boisterous storybook family.)

The show works at its best when combining pathos with humor. Unsatisfied with their sex life, Raymond complains to his wife, "So you can stay up to read, but you can't stay up two minutes for sex?" Debra, who can be so outspoken, is unable to express her sexual desires to her husband. Ray finally breaks the ice by asking, "Are you going to tell me what you want?" Debra purrs back, "I want you to help me with the laundry." Raymond is not above putting his needs above his wife's. When Debra decides to run for school president, he sabotages her chances so he won't have to stay home alone with the kids. With his hangdog features and dry delivery, Romano (Ice Age) does an admirable job as Ray--a grown man who longs for the simplicities of his childhood when his mother took care of everything. Of course, that affection comes with a price. "I don't want you in the middle," she tells him during a family spat. "I want you on my side." Unlike the perfect families depicted on The Cosby Show or The Brady Bunch, the Barones are flawed. They bicker, simmer, and stew. But most importantly, they laugh. --Jae-Ha Kim

Special Features

  • 24 episodes on five discs
  • Commentary on 6 episodes by Ray Romano, creator Phil Rosenthal, Doris Roberts, and writers Tucker Cawley, Mike Royce, Lew Schneider, and Steve Skrovan
  • Bloopers and deleted scenes from the series
  • The First Six Years retrospective

Product Details

  • Actors: Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Doris Roberts, Peter Boyle, Brad Garrett
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, 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: January 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 720 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (201 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,803 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 6" on IMDb

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More hilarious Everybody Loves Raymond on DVD! Right on schedule too. Here's the Episode Guide:

Everybody Loves Raymond - Season 6

1. The Angry Family - At a school open house, Michael gets up and reads the title to his story, "The Angry Family." The shocked Barones fear the worst as Michael tells the saga of a clan that is constantly arguing.

2. No Roll! - When Debra tells Ray that he's too selfish in bed and that she wants a little variety he goes out and buys an adults only board game to spice things up.

3. Odd Man Out - Frank is so green with envy about Marie's new friendship with Marco that he forces Marco to choose either Marie or him as a friend.

4. Ray's Ring - When Ray loses his wedding ring on a business trip Debra gets jealous and tries to get back at him by going to the supermarket without her wedding ring.

5. Marie's Sculpture - Ray and Debra are horrified when Marie presents them with an abstract sculpture she made in art class which bears a striking resemblance to a part of the female anatomy.

6. Frank Goes Downstairs - Ray tells Frank that he and Debra fell down the stairs so Frank tries fixing the stairs but ends up in the hospital.

7. Jealous Robert - Marie and Debra set up Amy with Gianni to get Robert jealous so he'll want to get back together with Amy but their plan backfires when Amy and Gianni hit it off.

8. It's Supposed to Be Fun - While the Barones watch their sons play basketball, Ray finds that Geoffery is having trouble getting the hang of the game.

9. Older Women - It's the first Thanksgiving since Debra's parents have been divorced and Debra is thrilled that both her parents have agreed to have dinner with the Barones.
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We received Season 5 on DVD just in time for Christmas, and now we get Season 6 to kick off the summer. Another terrific season with very funny episodes, as always.

There are the usual commentaries with Ray Romano, Phil Rosenthal, and some crew members. Patricia Heaton wasn't scheduled to be part of this season's commentaries, which is disappointing, but we get to hear Doris Roberts this time, and even though Romano and Rosenthal talk a lot more than she does in the commentary she's in, it's still fun to get some of her insights. I was especially excited to see that they included a commentary track for "Talk to Your Daughter," which has a storyline about daughter Ally and includes an adorable scene at the very end with Ally and the twins. It was nice to see the cast and crew talk a little bit more about the kids (not much, but they mentioned them a couple times at least). That was one thing that was missing on the first 5 DVD sets, and I'm happy that they've included it here.

Some notable episodes from this well-written and successful season include "The Angry Family," where a school essay from little Michael shows the Barone adults that their daily snits with each other are not going unnoticed; "Marie's Sculpture," where Marie makes an absolutely outrageous creation that outdoes even herself; "Cookies," where poor Ray gets more or less beat up by Ally's pushy troop leader; and "Mother's Day," which begins a string of several episodes that chronicles Debra and Marie's biggest fight yet, and shows how it impacts the entire family. Some fans may be interested to know that they initially wanted to stretch the Debra/Marie estrangement for the entire Season 7, but they decided it "wouldn't have been much of a show if they just left the men to talk to each other.
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Four episodes alone of this season were worth the price of the DVD. The Angry Family was debatedly the funniest episode ever? All of the adult characters were at their VISCERAL BEST. Craven Ray, overbearing Marie, cranky Frank, envious Robert, and quick tempered Debra were in fine form. The looks they gave each other were almost "operatic." Poor father Dubley's expression in having to deal with all the Barones at once in his office was worthy of a Shark bite. The last moment when Ray and Debra find out that the angry family story their son wrote was really about a cartoon would make a corpse laugh. In episode 7-"Jealous Robert," the manipulations of Marie and Debra backfire and put the always timid Ray in the middle of another soap opera. Episode 10-"Raybert," saw Robert living out his fantasy with a woman who has mistaken him for Ray. The two brothers get caught up in being Raybert and hilarity ensues. Episode 11-"Kicker," shows the wickedly wacky persona of Frank. To me it is a crime that Peter Boyle never won an emmy for his performances. He was exceptional in this one as the football hijacker who wants to make a buck on what should have been the football players moment in the sun. The scene where four of them are listening to Frank rant on the radio was classic ELR at its very best.
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This is the last season of ELR which I can safely say I found outstanding. It includes my favorite episode (The Lucky Pants) in which Robert interviews for an FBI job but Marie's intervention ruins his chances. It may or it may not be the best episode in the series but I know for a fact I didn't laugh out louder in any of the rest.

I was glad the very last episode of ELR was so good but, generally speaking, season 7-9 din't do it for me, I found Robert's in-laws to be a lot more irritating than funny, specially Chris Eliott who I simply can't stand.

By purchasing only seasons 1-6 I will be able to remmember ELR at its very best so this is where I get off.
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