This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. (Learn how and when to remove these template messages) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.Find sources: "List of Everybody Loves Raymond characters" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (August 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) This article describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style. Please help rewrite it to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective. (August 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
The entire Barone family.
The entire Barone family.

This is a list of fictional characters from Everybody Loves Raymond, an American sitcom, originally broadcast on CBS from September 13, 1996, to May 16, 2005.

The show revolves around the life of Italian-American Ray Barone, a sportswriter from Long Island, and his wife, Debra Barone. Other main characters include Ray's parents, Frank and Marie Barone, Ray's children Ally, Michael and Geoffrey Barone and Ray's brother Robert Barone, with his wife Amy MacDougall.

Some of the main characters had crossover appearances in other sitcoms, including King of Queens, The Nanny, Becker, and Cosby.

Overview

Character Portrayed by Episode count Everybody Loves Raymond
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Raymond Albert "Ray" Barone Ray Romano 210 Main
Debra Barone Patricia Heaton 209 Main
Marie Janella Barone Doris Roberts 210 Main
Francis Oscar "Frank" Barone Peter Boyle 206 Main
Robert Charles Barone Brad Garrett 209 Main
Alexandra "Ally" Barone Madylin Sweeten 154 Main
Amy MacDougall Monica Horan 64 Recurring Main
Geoffrey Barone Sullivan and Sawyer Sweeten 130 Recurring[a]
Michael Barone Recurring[a]

Main characters

Ray Barone

Ray Barone
First appearance"Pilot"
Last appearance"The Finale"
King of Queens – "Raygin' Bulls" (Final character appearance)
Created byRay Romano & Philip Rosenthal
Portrayed byRay Romano
Number of episodes210
In-universe information
GenderMale
OccupationSportswriter
Futon repairman (former)
Family
SpouseDebra Barone (1988–)
Children
Relatives
  • Gerard (maternal cousin)
  • Stacey (maternal cousin)
  • Mel (uncle)
  • Alda (aunt)
  • Coletta (third cousin)
  • Sarina Barone (great-aunt)[2]
  • Mario Barone (great-uncle)[2]
  • Ciccio Barone (great-uncle)[2]
  • Federico Barone (great-uncle)[2]
ReligionRoman Catholicism

Raymond Albert "Ray" Barone (Ray Romano) is the protagonist of the sitcom. He lives on Long Island, with his wife, Debra Barone, and their three children, Ally Barone, and twin boys, Michael and Geoffrey Barone. The family lives across the street from Raymond's parents, Marie and Frank. Ray attended St. John's University in Queens, New York. He is well known in his community as a result of his profession as a sportswriter for Newsday. He is also promoted to chief sports writer. In the early episodes, he is seen interviewing a famous sportsman, but this happens less frequently in the later seasons. Due to the nature of his work, Ray is often seen on the couch, watching sports, rather than assisting Debra with household duties and the children. His attempts to have sex with Debra are a recurring theme of the show.

Raymond is an introvert who wants to be liked by everyone. As a result, he finds it difficult to confront people, especially his mother, Marie Barone.

Parts of his backstory explain Raymond's attitude and personality. Raymond and his older brother, Robert Barone, were spoiled by Marie. Their father, Frank Barone, worked long hours and rarely showed them affection. Ray sometimes displays a similar pattern of behaviour.

Raymond's laziness and sometimes childish behaviour as a result of his mother's coddling is a running gag in the show. Very often, to defend himself to Debra, he goes to his mother for advice and protection. He is also very scared of her and often sides with her instead of Debra.

Despite him constantly trying to avoid his obnoxious parents who interfere with his life on a daily basis, it is perfectly clear that he still loves and cares for them.

In 2004, TV Guide ranked Ray Barone number 10 on its '50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time' list.[3]

The character has made several crossover appearances:

Ray Barone made his final character appearance in an episode of King of Queens that aired after Everybody Loves Raymond ended.

Debra Barone

Debra Barone
First appearance"Pilot"
Last appearance"The Finale"
Portrayed byPatricia Heaton
Number of episodes209
In-universe information
GenderFemale
OccupationHousewife
Public relations correspondant (former)
Family
SpouseRay Barone (1988–)
Children
ReligionChristianity

Debra Louise Barone (Patricia Heaton) Ray Barone's wife. She was raised by wealthy parents, Lois and Warren Whelan, and grew up in an upper-class background, unlike the other major characters in the sitcom. She has a sister, Jennifer Whelan, who is only seen once in the entire series. Following her graduation from high school, she travelled a lot and dated a few famous sportsmen. Before marrying Ray, she worked in public relations for the New York Rangers hockey team.

Debra is vulnerable and emotionally sensitive. She is sometimes unhappy as a housewife, having to put up not only with Ray's immature jokes and lazy behavior, but more with his intrusive family members, who often barge in uninvited, leaving havoc in their wake. Though Ray's parents frustrate her, she rarely shows her feelings to them, resulting in occasional bursts in private of yelling, stomping, and throwing objects.

Debra has a feud with her mother-in-law Marie Barone, who shows distrust of her ability to be a mother and a wife. Throughout the series, Debra often finds Robert Barone the most patient of the Barones, and at times she is shown to get along well with Frank Barone, who thinks of her as a daughter and understands Debra's intolerance towards Marie. Despite the frustration she often holds on Ray's parents, it is evident that she still loves and cares for them, as well as Robert and Ray.

She is also depressed about her parents when they argue, and she is distraught when she finds out they are divorcing. Even though she grew up in a traditional conservative family, she was a free-spirited and a popular teen in her early years. Ray once noted that, during college, she went to Mardi Gras and flashed her breasts to many people who gave her beads and also ended up topless in the newspaper.

She often calls Ray an idiot. When Ray is acting suspiciously nice towards her, she usually will say in an ominous voice, "What do you want, Ray?"

The character has also appeared in the King of Queens episode "Dire Strayts".

Marie Barone

Marie Barone
First appearance"Pilot"
Last appearance"The Finale"
Portrayed byDoris Roberts
Number of episodes210
In-universe information
GenderFemale
OccupationHomemaker
FamilyAlda (sister)
SpouseFrank Barone (1957–)
ChildrenRay Barone (son)
Robert Barone (son)
Relatives
ReligionRoman Catholicism

Marie Janella Barone (Doris Roberts) is the wife of Frank, and matriarch of the Barone family. As a housewife, she excels in household duties, including cooking, cleaning, and generally keeping and maintaining a good household. She is very nosy, snobbish, arrogant, and insulting, and has a strong hold over her family, bullying those around her with guilt and a victim complex to get her way. Her penchant for this type of behavior becomes a focal point of many episodes of the show. She has very high self-esteem and regards herself as a positive example of what every wife, mother and woman should be, but in reality is responsible, at least in part, for much of the misery and conflict within the Barone family. She takes special pride in her Italian background and even arranges a tour of Italy for the whole family out of her own savings.

Throughout the series, she is shown to have favorites with certain people, with her youngest son, Raymond, being the first and her daughter-in-law, Debra being possibly the last. Other than Frank, nearly everyone has a hard time standing up to Marie due to her ability to make people feel guilty, although Debra does occasionally take a stand. She is well aware of Raymond's reluctance to stand up to her, and in many situations takes advantage of this to achieve her own interests.

It is established in the flashbacks of "How They Met" that she has never liked Debra ever since Debra asked Ray to fix her futon at dinner time. Marie has never admitted her dislike of Debra outright and is careful about not saying it out loud, but she jumps at most every chance to annoy her or indirectly insult her on many occasions just for her own pleasure.

She has saved a little money on the side every day and admitted to Debra that she collected over $46, 000 since her wedding. She also sends money to South America for a fundraiser. She is also shown to actually control the family's finances in front of Frank, who always thought he was the one in charge and remained oblivious to much of her savings or expenses.

As her boys were growing up, she spoiled her younger son while completely cutting Robert out of the picture. In a later episode, she claims that this was because Robert was able to take care of himself and was independent, in contrast to Ray who was a sensitive, timid, needy little boy. However, this was just said to manipulate Robert into getting Amy MacDougall pregnant. Marie then winks to Ray, indicating this is another manipulation. In some cases, however, she is shown to care and be overprotective of Robert as well. This includes when he had nightmares growing up, when his first wife announced her intention to divorce him and Marie threw her out of the house, when he was attacked by a bull on the job, when he was interviewing for an FBI position, and her frequent attempts to get Robert out of the police force in an effort to keep him safe.

Marie is also seen constantly arguing with Frank in nearly every episode, with them constantly fighting and annoying each other. However, in some situations, there have been times when they do evidence their love for one another, despite their reluctance to be open with it. Much to Debra's annoyance, even Debra's parents find them more interesting, since they are honest to each other.

Her catchphrase is "I don't like that, [insert name]." whenever anyone says anything inappropriate.

The final episode reveals that her birthday is December 9 (this was one of Frank's classic "one-liners" as he adds "1802").

The character has also appeared in the King of Queens episode "Rayny Day".

Frank Barone

Frank Barone
First appearance"Pilot"
Last appearance"The Finale"
Portrayed byPeter Boyle
Number of episodes207
In-universe information
GenderMale
OccupationSoldier (former)
Bookkeeper (retired)
Family
SpouseMarie Barone (1957–)
ChildrenRay Barone (son)
Robert Barone (son)
Relatives
ReligionRoman Catholicism

Francis Oscar "Frank" Barone (Peter Boyle) is the husband of Marie Barone and a retired bookkeeper and veteran. In the episode "The Gift" (season 2), it is Frank's 65th birthday, making his year of birth 1932. He can be seen as aggressive, selfish, uncaring, and masculine. Although it is briefly mentioned that he has a sensitive side, Frank refuses to accept it. In episodes like "Pet the Bunny", "Christmas Present", "Fathers Knows Least" and "Frank Goes Downstairs", he indicates that, though capable of patience and kindness, he deliberately cultivates a tough guy persona. However, Frank is sometimes shown to be a good family man, such as taking the fall for Debra Barone when Marie's prized canister goes missing or even trying to console Robert Barone after he becomes morose from a breakup.

He is always seen at Ray Barone and Debra's house on the black armchair with his pants unbuttoned and zipper open watching sports or at home ordering Marie to prepare his meals while sitting and reading the paper. During his sons’ childhood, Frank was virtually absent and had refused to show any sign of affection and love to either boy. He was constantly at odds with his wife Marie concerning how the boys were to be raised. He is very opinionated, outspoken, and has no problem insulting family members and strangers out in the open (this applies in particular to his wife, Marie). He calls men names like "Nancy", "Shirley", "Peaches", and "Mary" when they do not live up to his standards for what it takes to be a man.

Throughout the sitcom, Frank is shown to have socially conservative values, particularly regarding minority groups such as gays and lesbians, and ethnic groups such as the Koreans, Chinese and Japanese - he occasionally mutters "Japanese crap" when having trouble with various electronics. He does not follow or accept anything outside the social norms, to which Marie proclaims "Frank lives in blissful ignorance". Despite Marie's constant self-regard, she is accepting of these minority groups. Much to other characters' dismay, he's not above engaging in illegal or dubious activities such as gambling or stealing cable from Ray.

In his spare time, Frank is a skilled handyman and a history buff, with a particular interest in the American Civil War. He's frequently seen making repairs in Ray and Debra's house, and in "Frank Goes Downstairs" is injured while fixing their staircase. His regular get-away activity is having naked pool bath with his elderly friends at a community center, referred to as "the lodge". On every other Saturday, he takes Raymond's children to The Happy Zone.

Frank survived through World War II and fought in the Korean War. He often uses this as a reference for recounting stories of survival and how he came to be a "man". In one particular incident, where all three Barone men were pretending to go to counselling sessions it was revealed that Ray and Robert had a long line of physically disciplinarian grandparents, with Frank's father, Joe, and his grandfather, Sal, hitting him often. However, Frank vowed to never be physically abusive towards his sons, never enforcing corporal punishment on them and never engaging in anything more than yelling at them.

His main catchphrase on the show is "Holy crap," which is often said after he sees or hears something surprising.

He is brutally honest in his relationships with others, and is often depicted as the only member of the family who is not only unafraid of Marie, but the only one who will put his foot down and stand up to her, much to the combined relief and horror of the other characters. Many of their arguments revolve around trivial and even irrational subjects, such as who invented the lawn and literally comparing apples and oranges.

They also come into conflict over Debra, whom Frank, unlike Marie, overwhelmingly loves, and even tends to be more affectionate with than he is with either of his sons. He often says to Debra that he sees her as his daughter. True to his blunt personality, in one episode in which the entire family (the adults) were at a counselling session with their Church priest, Father Hubley, he yelled out in front of everyone that the main reason why Marie looks down on Debra – "She [Debra] married him [Raymond], and [Marie] still can't deal with it."

Robert Barone

For the American economist, see Robert N. Barone.

Robert Barone
First appearance"Pilot"
Last appearance"The Finale"
Portrayed byBrad Garrett
Number of episodes209
In-universe information
GenderMale
OccupationPolice Officer (NYPD)
Family
SpouseJoanne Glotz (1993–1995)
Amy MacDougall (2003–)
Relatives
ReligionRoman Catholicism

Robert Charles Barone, called Robbie by Marie Barone, (Brad Garrett) is Ray Barone's older brother (4 years older than Ray) and the first-born son of Marie and Frank. His birthday is April 6. At 6 ft 8.5 in (2.045 m), he is the tallest Barone. Robert has several quirks, the biggest being a nervous habit of touching food to his chin before eating it, commonly known as the "Crazy Chin", which he developed to cope with anxiety which started when Raymond was born and all of Marie's attention turned to Raymond. Robert is a loving uncle and still deeply cares for his little brother Raymond. Robert has been a police officer with the NYPD for 27 years, eventually attaining the rank of Sergeant and then, by the end of the series, Lieutenant. His height, appearance and demeanor are the source of much humor, but despite his imposing size, Robert is a very skilled dancer.

After divorcing his first wife, Joanne Glotz, in 1995, Robert moved back in with his parents, became a workaholic, and was acknowledged by the NYPD for not missing one day of work for three years. Robert's advanced skills as a police officer even got him an interview with the FBI, but his mother intentionally interfered in the interview process. Robert was passed over but simply because the other candidates were more qualified. He was injured on the job when he was gored in the bottom by a bull. When he returned, he left the police force out of a lack of self-confidence, and became a telemarketer. Later, he took a side job as an alarm salesman for a brief time (one episode) but returned to the NYPD both times, mainly with Raymond's help.

Robert dated his sister-in-law's, Debra Barone's, best friend, Amy MacDougall, for several years, despite a number of breakups. After a bad date with another woman, Robert ran into Amy in a bar and they soon got back together and married in 2003. In 2004, they purchased Frank and Marie's home for $26,000, but had to welcome the elder Barones back in when they were kicked out of a retirement community in New Jersey in the episode "Not So Fast."

In Season 2, Episode 19: "Good Girls", it is revealed that Robert was conceived out of wedlock. His impending birth drove Frank and Marie into marriage. Because of the relatively socially conservative values of the United States in the 1950s which saw premarital sex as a sin, Frank and Marie were forced to lie to friends and family that Robert was two months premature. According to Frank, this was a hard thing to do, as Robert's birth weight was 12 lb (5.4 kg).

Robert is very envious of his brother Raymond, who was favored by their mother, and though Robert is four years older than Ray and much taller, he constantly feels as if he's stuck in Ray's shadow. Despite the obvious favoring of Ray, Marie has claimed that there was never any favoritism. He has a very dark sense of humor and will make fun of Raymond to no end to get a little belated revenge. He is also known for being very passive-aggressive.

While he enjoys taunting Ray himself, Robert is very protective of his younger brother; in one episode, he overhears a radio sports show host insulting Ray at length and angrily humiliates the man in retaliation. He also respects Ray as a well-meaning, if generally absent, father, in the pattern of Frank. Robert serves as the moral conscience in the family, as the most virtuous of the characters, and often pleads with others when they are considering doing something morally questionable.

Robert's catchphrase in the show is when he finds the family gathered together silent and says: "Is this about me?"

Robert also appears in the King of Queens's episode "Road Rayge".

Amy MacDougall

Amy MacDougall
First appearance"Pilot"
Last appearance"The Finale"
Portrayed byMonica Horan
Number of episodes66
In-universe information
GenderFemale
FamilyHank MacDougall (father)
Pat MacDougall (mother)
Peter MacDougall (brother)
SpouseRobert Barone (2003–)
RelativesJudy (aunt)[4]
ReligionPresbyterianism

Amy Louise MacDougall (Monica Horan) is Robert Barones's on-and-off girlfriend, and eventual wife. They met because Amy is Debra Barone's best friend. She and Debra share the same middle name. Although Amy marries Robert in Season 7, Episode 24: "Robert's Wedding", she also appears in the previous seasons. Many issues have caused Amy and Robert to break up in the first six seasons, with one being blamed on Raymond Barone and another happening because Robert was seeing other women, one of whom was his ex-wife. Frequently, Amy apologizes to someone even if she didn't do anything wrong.

She is a bubbly and confident woman who was raised in a family of devout Protestants, who live in Pennsylvania. She describes her parents as "people who wouldn't yell if they were on fire." Amy was a virgin when she met Robert, which Ray had a hard time understanding, as Amy was 33 at the time. She eventually lost her virginity to Robert before they were married, but they were spotted having sex by Robert's neighbors, causing them to sign a sheet mandating bedroom curtains in the apartment building.

Like Debra, she also at times gets into conflict with Marie Barone (albeit less frequently). Although she is known for her cheerful personality, she has shown herself to not be afraid to push back against Marie's manipulation. Notable examples of this are found in Season 3, Episode 25: "Robert Moves Back", Season 8, Episode 2: "Thank You Notes", and Season 9, Episode 8: "A Job for Robert".

Barone children

Recurring characters

Episode count Character Actor Circumstances
26 Andy Andy Kindler[5] A fellow sportswriter and friend of Ray's, and a bachelor. He is known to have bad luck with women and is often made fun of for being short.
25 Gianni Jon Manfrellotti[6] A contractor, ex-futon repairman, and friend of Ray's. He briefly dated Amy, much to Robert's consternation, and is disliked by Debra as he is immature. He worked with Ray when they were younger. He also appeared on The King of Queens. Manfrellotti first appeared as a cable guy in Season 1.
17 Bernie Gruenfelder Tom McGowan[7] A married couple, who are friends of Ray and Debra Barone. Ray and Debra request that they become their children's caretakers in the event they die, but Bernie and Linda decline due to Ray's parents. They later talk to Ray and Debra about their experience in marriage counselling. They have one child.
11 Linda Gruenfelder Maggie Wheeler[7]
14 Warren Whelan Robert Culp[8] Debra's parents. Even though they are an authoritarian conservative family, they are shown to have a breakdown and hate their marriage and hobbies. They are from Connecticut. They are also an upper class coupl and have different beliefs from the middle class Barones. Lois and Warren have a huge amount of respect for Marie and Frank Barone start to imitate them, angering Debra. Lois is a housewife and traveled around on fundraisers. She is friendly and patient, but easily insulted. She acts nervously around Robert, who also acts nervously around her. Warren is a businessman and a caring, happy father. He is very passionate about antiques, and, in a running joke on the show, is often referred to as having a problem with alcohol. Lois and Warren have a struggling relationship and go to marriage counselling in New Jersey. Warren eventually files for a divorce, since neither of them can find love in their marriage any more. Debra is distraught and furious with Lois, believing that she filed it, but Warren later tells her that it was him. Debra believes her parents are getting back together when they have sex a few years later, but they reassure her that they are staying divorced..
11 Lois Whelan Katherine Helmond[8]
13 Hank MacDougall Fred Willard[9] Amy and Peter MacDougall's parents. They first appear in Season 7. Devout conservative Presbyterians, they oppose their daughter's marriage to Robert's due to his previous marital status and Catholic faith. Hank and Pat take a dislking to Frank and Marie. Hank is a former professor and now a high school deputy principal. He is known to be opposed to smoking. Pat is a housewife, and has a high-pitched, gentle voice. She is shown to be a protective and loving mother. In the second last episode of the show, it is revealed Pat has a smoking addiction to Hank's disappointment.
Pat MacDougall Georgia Engel[9]
10 Peter MacDougall Chris Elliott[9] Amy's older brother. He has a strange and psychologically unstable personality and a duplicitous, quick-witted mind. Opposed to his sister's marriage, he insists that he will keep trying to break it up. Peter is single and lives with his pet house cat, Miss Puss. At first, Peter and Robert hate each other, but the two later find common ground in the fact that they both suffered from being the overshadowed older sibling and living with their parents. He is fond of Ray, although the feeling isn't mutual. Peter was originally introduced as "Russell", the owner of a comic book shop (played by comedian Paul Reubens) in a one-time appearance.
9 Garvin Len Lesser[10] A friend of Frank's. He is always seen with Stan. Whenever Garvin notices Ray, he shouts, "Hey, Ray's here! Ha-ha-ha!", while shaking his arms in the air. Lesser used a similar gag on Seinfeld when he portrayed Uncle Leo, enthusiastically yelling, "Jerry! Hello!", while holding out his arms every time he greeted his nephew, Jerry.
Judy Potter Sherri Shepherd[11] Robert's partner on the New York Police Department. She takes him out to a black bar and helps Debra and Marie mend their relationship.
Shamsky II Uncredited Robert's pet bulldog he keeps after having him neutered and later finding out he was a purebred, used for breeding stock. Shamsky II, named after baseball player, Art Shamsky, makes brief cameos in other episodes. Robert is often seen saying, "Beat it, Shamsky", to order his dog out of the room he is in.
Stan Victor Raider-Wexler[10] A friend of Frank and Marie's, and the husband of Lee. Stan is almost always seen with Garvin.
8 Doug Heffernan Kevin James[5] The announcer for the New York Mets, and a friend and golf buddy of Ray's. He is also the co-host of "Sports Talk with Roy Firestone". The character has originally named "Kevin Daniels" in his first six appearances, but the name was revised to Doug Heffernan after Kevin James' show The King of Queens began.
7 Nemo Joseph V. Perry[10]
Robert Ruth[13]
The owner of Nemo's Pizzaria. Nemo is not seen again in the series after Marco Fogagnolo takes over his pizzeria and calls it Marco's. For his final two appearances, Nemo was played by Robert Ruth.
Suzy Susan Varon[7] A waitress at Nemo's Pizzaria.

Minor characters

Episode count Character Actor Circumstances
6 Father Hubley Charles Durning[14] The local parish priest. He loves Marie's lasagna and is very wary of his long-time parishioners, the Barones. He often gives helpful advice.
Marco Fogagnolo David Proval[15] The intimidating and threatening Italian father of Stefania, who takes over Nemo's Pizzaria after he moves to the United States.. Although he dislikes Robert when he kisses Stefania, he befriends Robert's parents. Marie and Frank Barone end up fighting for Marco's friendship.
Molly Ardolino Alexandra Romano[16] Peggy Ardolino's daughter and Ally's best friend. Alexandra Romano was first seen in the show as an unnamed flower girl in a flashback of Ray and Debra's wedding.
Stefania Fogagnolo Alex Meneses[15] An Italian woman, who ends up kissing Robert. They meet while Robert is visiting Italy. They have sex in Stefania's room, but Robert breaks up with her. Stefania befriends Robert's other ex-girlfriend, Amy MacDougall, after she discovers Robert cheating on Amy with her.
4 Angelina Tina Arning[17] A waitress at Nemo's Pizzaria. Ray, Robert, Andy, Gianni, Berny and Doug often go to the restaurant to fantasize about Angelina's beauty.
Mel Barone Phil Leeds[14] Frank's older brother. Mel is sometimes mean and always seems agitated. Due to never being married, his family joke that he is gay. Mel is also seen taking a liking to Sarina Barone, despite believing she is his aunt.
3 Albert Albert Romano[18] A lodge friend of Frank's, who often appears alongside Stan, Garvin and Max. He is played by the father of Ray Romano.
Bill Parker David Hunt[19] Ray's nemesis neighbor. Bill intentionally trades Hackidu cards with Ray's daughter, Ally, on behalf of his own son, to show that he is a better father than Ray. Bill and his wife later catch Ray trying to take their babysitter. Ray often jokes that Debra wishes she had married him instead, the in-joke being that he is played by Patricia Heaton's real-life husband. Bill has two children.
Gerard Fred Stoller[14] Ray and Robert's unintelligent and hypochondriacal maternal cousin. He stays with Barone, his aunt, briefly and plays the accordion (mostly the first notes of Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water" or The Carpenters' "(They Long to Be) Close to You").
Jerry Jerry Lambert[16] One of the parents of Ally Barone's class. Jerry sides with Ally's father, Ray, and the other parents when they get angry at their children's form teachers. Jerry and Ray also protest against Peggy Ardolino. Although clearly stating his morals in every situation, Jerry is too scared to speak up with Ray and allows him to do the talking.
Lee Debra Mooney[20] Stan's wife, and Frank and Marie Barone's friend. She celebrates her wedding anniverdary at Frank and Marie's house, and later thanks Marie for helping to choose out Robert's wedding gift.
Max Max Rosenthal[20] A lodge friend of Frank's, who often appears alongside Stan, Garvin and Albert. He is played by the father of the show's executive producer, Philip Rosenthal.
Peggy Ardolino Amy Aquino[16] Molly Ardolino's mother and the leader of a girl scouts troop, who bullies Ray Barone when he tries to help the girl scouts group. When Debra finds Peggy beating Ray up, she scares Peggy off. Peggy admits to Ray that she became mean when she kicked her lousy husband out of the house. Peggy later becomes Peter MacDougall's girlfriend. Peggy's characteristics are similar to Adolf Hitler, according to Ray.
Sally Parker Tess Oakland[21] Bill and Carrie Parker's young daughter, who is scared of Ray Barone and is classmates with Ally Barone.
2 Bryan Trenberth Dan Castellaneta[22] The coach of a junior tee-ball and basketball team, who is disliked by Ray and Debra for his snacks policy.
Aunt Colletta Silvana De Santis[15] Marie Barone's second cousin. Colletta and her husband, Giorgio, allow the Barones to stay at their house in Italy. Coletta washes Ray to his embarrassment.
Dave Dave Attell[5] A friend of Ray's and a member of the Nemo's Pizzaria sponsored basketball team. Ray's wife, Debra, does not like Dave because he smokes.
Giorgio Pierrino Mascarino[15] Coletta's husband, who gets along with Frank when they make fun of their wives.
Harry Stipe David Byrd[12] An elderly man who, with his wife Rita Stipe, rents their attic out to Robert Barone. Harry uncannily resembles Robert's father, Frank, and after Ray makes Robert realize this, he moves out. Harry gets mad at Ray for convincing Robert to leave, because he is then been left alone with his wife, like Frank is with Marie. Harry and Rita later meet up with Frank and Marie, and leave Robert jealous as they are fond of Ray.
Joanne Glotz Suzie Plakson[23] Robert's first wife, who is depicted as a domineering, mean and manipulative woman. She and Robert divorced before the beginning of the series. She formerly worked as a stripper in Atlantic City named Cinnamon. Marie knew about her former job since she appeared on the show, but kept quiet for Robert's sake until Joanne asked for a divorce. Years later, Joanne greets the Barones when she sees them in a restaurant and leaves Robert her number. Robert contacts her and they go on a date, but Joanne leaves when she realizes he wants a relationship and not just sex.
Miss Puss[24] Uncredited Peter MacDougall's pet cat. She lives with him at his parents house and later moves to Long Island with him.
Nester[25] Uncredited A bull that gores Robert in the buttocks and injures him. Nestor is first seen on television in a replay of the accident and Robert later confronts the animal at a petting zoo when he is fully recovered.
Rita Stipe Anna Berger[12] An elderly woman who, with her husband Harry Stipe, rents their attic out to Robert Barone. Rita uncannily resembles Robert's mother, Marie, and after Ray makes Robert realize this, he moves out. Rita later befriends Marie and Frank Barone, before becoming very fond of Robert's brother, Ray.
Scott Preman Bob Odenkirk[26] Ray's high school friend and Warren's best friend, who meets up with Ray and his wife, Debra at their high school reunion. Scott and Ray attended the same school as Fran Fine and Valerie Toriello.

In a later episode, Scott and Walter give a presentation to Ray and Debra, pitching for funds for a go-carting business.

Traffic Cop Timmy[27] Unapplicable Robert Barone's plastic ventriloquy doll, which he uses to teach road safety and later to cheer people up in the hospital.
Warren
Walter
Brian Posehn[26] As Warren, Ray's high school friend and Scott Preman's best friend, who see Ray at the reunion of their graduating class, which Fran Fine and Valerie Toriello were also in.

In a later episode, as Walter, he and Scott give a presentation of their prospective go-carting business to Ray and his wife Debra. Warren was originally credited as Walter.

Guest characters

This article or section is being created, or is in the process of extensive expansion or major restructuring. You are welcome to assist in its construction by editing it as well. If this article or section has not been edited in several hours, please remove this template.If you are the editor who added this template and you are actively editing, please be sure to replace this template with ((in use)) during the active editing session. Click on the link for template parameters to use. This article was last edited by Therealscorp1an (talk | contribs) 0 seconds ago. (Update timer)

The following is a list of characters who only had one appearance. They are listed by seasons.

Season 1

Episode number Character Actor Circumstances
1 Leo Stephen Lee[28] A friend of Ray's, who comes to his house. Leo is only seen in the first episode.
3 Ancient Guy Carmen Filpi[29] A war veteran and battle companion of Gus, who attends his funeral and gets scared when he sees a toothbrush moustache painted on one of Ray Barone's children.
Alda Jean Stapleton[29] Marie Barone's sister, who attends Gus' funeral. She and Marie constantly bicker.
Funeral Director Hugh Holub[29] The director of Gus' funeral, who announces Ray Barone up to read Gus' elegy.
Member of Family Marlene[29] A relative of the Barones. She attends Gus' funeral and complains about Marie's cooking at Ray and Debra Barone's wedding reception.
Audience Member Joey Dente[29] A man at Gus' funeral. He starts a crowd-wide dispute about Marie Barone's behavior at her son's wedding.
6 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Himself[30] A professional basketballer, who goes to Ray Barone's house to meet Debra.
Japanese Woman Kotoko Kawamura[30] Frank Barone's acquaintance, spotted reading a magazine with Frank.
8 Maitre'd Wayne Dvorak[8] A worker at a fancy restaurant that Warren and Lois Whelan take the Barones to.
Gerard Richard Stegman[8] A waitress, who serves the Barones and Debra's parents at a fancy restaurant.
9 Eddie Murray Rubin[10] Frank Barone's friend, who plays poker with Ray, Stan and Garvin.
10 Emma Pearl Shear[31] A friend of Mel Barone, who attends his family's Thanksgiving lunch uninvited with her dog, Maggie.
Maggie[31] Uncredited Emma's pet chihuahua.
11 Tom Tom Paris[5] One of the players of Nemo's Pizzaria basketball team.
13 Parent #1 Cynthena Sanders[32] The mother of a ten month old child, who brings him to the doctor's.
Parent #2 Jonathan Chapin[32] A parent of a child at the doctor's. He is stunned when he sees Terry Bradshaw enter the room.
Terry Bradshaw Himself[32] A professional footballer. When Ray is forced to take his children to the doctor's, he invited Terry to the waiting room to discuss a book Ray wants to write.
Little Kid Hannah Swanson[32] A girl in the doctor's waiting room, who asks to touch Terry Bradshaw's bald head.
Staring Kid Curtis Blanck[32] A boy in the doctor's waiting room on his Game Boy, who stares at Ray Barone.
15 Lisa Kristin Bauer van Straten[33] Ray Barone's ex-girlfriend seen in a flashback.
16 Barry Bonds Himself[34] A professional baseball player, who talks with Ray.
17 Cable Guy Jon Manfrellotti[35] A cable guy from Lynbrook, who comes to fix Ray Barone's television. It was Manfrellotti's first character on the show, his second being Gianni.
18 Katarina Witt Herself[36] A professional figure skater, who sees Ray and Debra Barone at the Sportswriter of the Year Awards ceremony.
Announcer Tom Paris[36] The announcer of the Sportswriter of the Year Awards ceremony.
Marv Albert Himself[36] A famous sportscaster, who announces the winner of the Sportswriter of the Year Award.
19 Kristi Yamaguchi Herself[37] A professional figure skater, who watches Ray Barone's interviews.
Phylis Patience Cleveland[37] A dog breeder and Shamsky II's original owner. When she comes to pick up Shamsky from the Barones, she refuses to take him after seeing the "fixes" they made to him, so Robert keeps him.
20 Tommy Lasorda Himself[38] A professional baseball player, who visits Ray Barone's house and tells him how to cook properly after tasting his sauce.
Arthur Steven Hack[38] One of Ray and Debra Barone's neighbors, who visits their house to complain about Ray's parents, however he joins Lisa, Mack, Ruth Greene and Robert for lunch at Ray's parent's house the following day.
Lisa Cathy Ladman[38] One of Ray and Debra Barone's neighbors, who visits their house to complain about the noise Frank makes. She pulls back from her complaints when Frank invites her over for lunch.
Mack Lance E. Nichols[38] One of Ray and Debra Barone's neighbors. He joins the other nearby residents in protesting against Ray's parents and complains about the rubbish he receives on his lawn from Barone. He reveals that he has been taping Frank in his front yard for a few weeks and presents the meeting with a recording that captures Frank's behavior. He later attends Frank and Marie's lunch.
Ruth Greene Patricia Belcher[38] One of Ray and Debra Barone's neighbors, who expresses her concerns over Ray's parents by calling a meeting between all the neighbors. She is later invited to Ray's parents' house for lunch.
The Pope Gene Greytak[38] Ray imagines Pope John Paul II expressing his anger in the mirror when Ray feels guilty for betraying his parents by hsoting a meeting about them behind their backs. He is played by Gene Greytak, a professional impersonator of Pope John Paul II.
Priest Don Perry[38] A local parish priest, who Ray has a counselling session with to discuss his guilt over his parents. The priest forgives Ray when he discovers his parents are Frank and Marie Barone.
21 Bartender Lorraine Shaw[39] A bartender, who serves Ray when he is talking to Desmond Howard.
Desmond Howard Himself[39] A professional football player, who talks with Ray Barone at a sports bar.
Dr. Nora Mary Kay Adams[39] A radio psychotherapist, who Debra Barone meets with. Nora ends up speaking with the rest of the Barones as well.

Season 2

Episode number Character Actor Circumstances
1 Roy Firestone Himself[40] A professional sports commentator, who is on a talk show with, Ray Barone, Kevin Daniels and James Worthy.
James Worthy Himself[40] A professional sports commentator, who is on a talk show with Ray Barone, Kevin Daniels and Roy Firestone.
2 Celia Linda Kash[41] The instructor of a parenting class that Ray and Debra Barone attend. She tells Ray to be softer with his children and refrain from shouting.
5 Dr. Sundram Iqbal Theba[42] A doctor who treats Ray Barone and suggests he plays more golf to alleviate stress.
6 Young Ray Daniel Hansen[43] Ray and Robert Barone when they were children. They are only ever seen in a flashback of when their parents temporarily separated.
Young Robert Ethan Glazer[43]
7 Pat O'Brien Himself[44] A professional sports commentator, who is commentating Ray and Andy's paper football game at work.
Guy Christopher Michael Moore[44] A delivery guy, who brings Ray's stuff to his house when he decides to work from home.
9 Wo-Hop John Lee[45] The owner of Wo-Hop's Chinese Takeout restaurant.
10 Jessica Bell Pamela Bowen[26] A pretty girl that Ray Barone, Scott Preman and Warren went to school with. Ray, Scott and Warren see her at their high school reunion.
Pete Marty Rackham[26] A bully at Ray Barone's old high school, who used to push Ray into the girls' bathroom. Robert Barone later reveals that he once pushed Pete into the girls' bathroom.
Cool Guy Andrew Williams[26] One of Ray Barone's popular old classmates. Ray sees him at their high school reunion.
11 Gayle Kristen Trucksess[6] A friend of Debra's, who goes to Debra's house for a Tupperware party. Gayle is mentioned numerous times throughout the sitcom.
Helen Nora Dunn[6] A lady running a Tupperware party at Debra's house.
12 Erin Christine Cavanaugh[46] A lady at Ray Barone's work, who speaks to Ray and Andy about women being in the mood for sex.
13 Harry John F. O'Donohue[47] A friend of Frank Barone's, who enjoys participating in war reenactments. He, Frank, Robert and Ray participate in an American Civil War reenactment.
14 Sarina Barone Argentina Brunetti[2] Zia Sarina Barone comes to Long Island to stay with the Barones, believing Frank Barone is her nephew. She is proud of her grandnephew, Ray, when she sees his sportswriting awards. However, when Zia Sarina and Frank realize that they are not actually related, Anna Barone comes to pick Sarina up.
Cab Driver Mike Batay[2] A taxi driver, who drops Sarina Barone off at Ray and Debra Barone's house. He asks for a tip from Debra.
Anna Barone Stella Farentino[2] Sarina Barone's grand niece, who comes to pick her up. She explains the Barones that there a lot of people with the last name Barone and that one family moved to the United States and named themselves Barones, the family being Frank's father and uncles.
16 Old Woman Martha Faulkner[48] An old woman waiting in the ATM line. Ray Barone goes in front of her, so she goes to find a policeman and gets Robert to tell Ray off.
17 Hold-Up Guy Stephen Bruno[49] A criminal who holds up Ray, Robert, Nemo, Suzy and Angelina in Nemo's Pizzaria. Robert and Judy Potter then arrest him.
20 Lisa Trenberth Jenny Buchanan[22] Bryan Trenberth's wife and the junior tee-ball team's healthy snacks coordinator.
Parent Jerry Hauck[22] The parent of a child in a junior tee-ball team. He shouts out in encouragement for the team.
Teacher Yolanda Snowball[22] One of Geoffrey and Michael Barone's teachers at their junior tee-ball game.
23 Mrs. Scarpula[50] Unknown Ray and Debra Barone's neighbor. She is only seen once at Frank Barone's garage sale, but is often mentioned in the earlier seasons of the sitcom.
Pregnant Woman Susan Segal[50] A pregnant woman at Frank Barone's garage sale, who is interested in buying a crib.
Wendell Nick DeGruccio[50] A man at Frank Barone's garage sale, who overhears Ray and Debra talking about having another child.
Don Richard Marion[50] A man at Frank Barone's garage sale, who is interested in buying his sofa.
Woman Sarah Rush[50] A woman at Frank Barone's garage sale, who asks Robert Barone if photos of him as a child dressed in a skirt are for sale.
25 Duddie Michael Duddie[14] One of Ray's groomsmen at his wedding. Duddie is only ever seen in a flashback.
Lewis Al Romano[14] A friend of Mel Barone's, who attended Ray's wedding. Lewis is only ever seen in a flashback.

Season 3

Episode number Character Actor Circumstances
3 Lisa Senta Moses[51] A babsitter Ray and Debra Barone hire for their children. Lisa is liked by the Barone children, but when Marie gets jealous of her work, Ray is forced to fire Lisa. Lisa becomes Sally Parker's babysitter and when Ray tries to get Lisa back, Sally's parents shoo him off.
6 Dracula Vinnie Buffolino[52] A child dressed as Count Dracula for Halloween. He is given candy by Frank Barone, but when Ray realizes Frank accidentally gave him a condom instead of a chocolate coin, Ray chases after him and pays him money to get the condom back.
Halloween Trick-or-Treater Zachary Robinson[52] Four Halloween trick-or-treaters who all visit the Barone house and are given candy by Frank Barone. The trick-or-treaters are all played by family members of the show's production crew.
Halloween Trick-or-Treater Ben Rosenthal[52]
Halloween Trick-or-Treater Nicholas Rossitto[52]
Halloween Trick-or-Treater Sam Skrovan[52]
10 Delivery Man Joe Durrenberger[53] A delivery man who delivers Ray Barone a freshly cooked turkey during Marie Barone's healthy Thanksgiving lunch.
11 Michelle Betsy Monroe[54] A woman who lives in Robert Barone's apartment building, who constantly asks Robert for washing detergent. She meets Robert's brother, Ray, in the elevator, then goes to Robert's room to ask for more detergent.
Sandy Janelle Paradee[54] A woman who lives in Robert Barone's apartment building, who always asks to use Robert's phone when she is locked out of her apartment.
Jessica Kelly Rebecca Walsh[54] Sandy's best friend. She invites Robert and Ray Barone to their party on Saturday night.
12 Leann Drenda Spohnholtz[55] A skier Robert Barone is dating. Leann joins Debra Barone's family for Christmas and gives Marie Barone second-hand bath salts.
Exchange Lady P.B. Hutton[55] An exchange lady at Bloomingdale's Store. When Frank Barone wishes her a merry Christmas, wanting to exchange a gift, she tells him that she is Jewish. She later calls security when Marie Barone is trying to steal a gift of an elderly customer.
Sales Clerk Phillip Abrams[55] A sales clerk for Bloomingdale's Store, who suggests to Frank Barone that there is more stock in the storage room.
Elderly Lady Peggy Doyle[55] An elderly woman Marie Barone spots, holding a lost gift of hers. She tries to get it back, but the lady insists it is hers, until Marie snatches it off her and runs off.
14 Drunk Kid Bradley Warden[56] One of Ray Barone's high school friends, who attended a party Ray through behind his parents back in the 70s. He is only ever seen in a flashback.
15 Sareesa Shelley Robertson[57] Two of Judy Potter's friends. They meet Judy's partner on the police force, Robert, at a black bar and tell Robert they like to dance, so the four of them later dance on the dance floor in front of the DJ.
Man Kivi Rogers[57]
16 Abe "Bullethead" Warchiser John David Conti[58] A member of the lodge Frank Barone attends. Bullethead is Frank's worst enemy and tells Robert and Ray that he does not like Frank when they are trying to make a tribute video for him. Bullethead is mentioned a few times throughout the sitcom, but only seen once.
Milt Charles C. Stevenson, Jr.[58] Members of the lodge Frank Barone attends. They all take part in a tribute to Frank that his sons are making, despite disliking him.
Guy TR Richards[58]
Lodge Member Jack Axelrod[58]
Lodge Member Lou Charloff[58]
Lodge Member Ancel Cook[58]
Lodge Member Al Eben[58]
Lodge Member Stuard Gold[58]
Lodge Member Greg Lewis[58]
Lodge Member Allan Lurie[58]
Lodge Member Fred Ornstein[58]
Lodge Member John Spaulding[58]
17 Ted Hiram Kasten[59] An employee on the cruise ship Ray and Marie Barone go on. Ted mistakes Marie for Ray's girlfriend and makes fun of him throughout the cruise due to their age gap, despite Marie being Ray's mother.
Walter Jack Betts[59] A man who meets Marie Barone on a cruiseship and takes a liking towards her. He plays shuffleboard and dances with her.
Thelma Bobbie Norman[59] A woman Marie Barone meets on a cruisehip. They become friends.
Mary Beth Sharon Houston[59] A young lady Marie Barone meets on a cruisehip. They do Tai chi and a Jazzercise session with one another, whilst Marie continiously gives marriage advice to Mary, who is on her honeymoon.
Merry Widow #1 Beecey Carlson[59] Four widows on a cruiseship. They all befriend Marie Barone, who pretends that she is a widow too, and they sing together in front of Marie's son.
Merry Widow #2 Leigh Rose[59]
Merry Widow #3 Jean Sincere[59]
Merry Widow #4 Edrie Warner[59]
18 Aileen Leslie Windram[60] A woman who goes on a date with Robert Barone and heads to his apartment. Robert's brother, Ray, crashes their night, so Aileen leaves.
19 Art Shamsky Himself[61] Eight 1969 New York Mets players, who are signing autographs to a crowd. Robert Barone forces Ray to take to him to the signing to get Art Shamsky's autograph, however they are kicked out when Ray cuts in line.
Tommie Agee Himself[61]
Jerry Grote Himself[61]
Bud Harrelson Himself[61]
Cleon Jones Himself[61]
Ed Kranepool Himself[61]
Tug McGraw Himself[61]
Ron Swoboda Himself[61]
Man #1 D'Wayne Gardner[61] A man in line at the New York Mets meet and greet. He tells Ray Barone that he loves his sports column.
Man #2 Harry Freedman[61] A man in line at the New York Mets meet and greet, who pushes Ray Barone out of line when Ray cuts in front of him.
Man #3 John Fairlie[61] Another man in line at the New York Mets meet and greet. He talks to Robert Barone about the 1969 players.
Security Guard Gene Arrington[61] A security guard for the New York Mets meet and greet, who removes Ray Barone from the line when pushes in front.
Waitress Valerie DeKeyser[61] A waitress in a small café. She takes Ray and Robert Barone's orders.
Police Officer Chip Heller[61] A policeman, who pulls Ray Barone's car over and gives him a ticket. When Ray mispronounces his name, the officer gets mad at him.
20 Kid #2 Julia Skrovan[62] A child in Ally Barone's class. When Ally brings Constable Robert Barone in for show and tell, the child asks Robert if she can climb on him.
Kid #3 Martin Abbe-Schneider[62] Another child in Ally Barone's class, named Marty. He asks Robert Barone if he is going to eat the children due to his tallness.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Kenneth Shapiro; Writer: Phil Rosenthal, Ray Romano (15 November 2004). "Boys' Therapy". Everybody Loves Raymond.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Brian K. Roberts; Writer: Ellen Sandler, Cindy Chupack (12 January 1998). "Mia Famiglia". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  3. ^ TV Guide Book of Lists. Running Press. 2007. pp. 198. ISBN 978-0061010910.
  4. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jerry Zaks; Writer: Lew Schneider, Mike Royce, Phil Rosenthal (24 February 2003). "Meeting the Parents". Everybody Loves Raymond.
  5. ^ a b c d Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Michael Lembeck; Writer: Lew Schneider, Steve Skrovan (8 December 1996). "Captain Nemo". Everybody Loves Raymond.
  6. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe (13 December 1996). "The Letter". Everybody Loves Raymond.
  7. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Paul Lazarus; Writer: Philip Rosenthal (20 September 1996). "I Love You". Everybody Loves Raymond.
  8. ^ a b c d Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Alan Kirschenbaum; Writer: Phil Rosenthal (1 November 1996). "In-Laws". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  9. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Tucker Cawley (9 May 2005). "Pat's Secret". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  10. ^ a b c d Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Alan Kirschenbaum; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe, Stephen Nathan (8 November 1996). "Win, Lose or Draw". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  11. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Kenneth Shapiro; Writer: Tucker Cawley (23 September 2002). "The Cult". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  12. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Philip Rosenthal, Tucker Cawley (2 November 1998). "Moving Out". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  13. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Ken Levine; Writer: Philip Rosenthal, Jennifer Crittenden (8 January 2001). "What good are you?". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  14. ^ a b c d e Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Melman; Writer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano (7 October 2004). "The Wedding Part 2". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  15. ^ a b c d Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Philip Rosenthal (2 October 2000). "Italy Part 1". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  16. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Kenneth Shapiro; Writer: Philip Rosenthal, Mike Scully (16 February 2004). "Party Dress". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  17. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Meyer; Writer: Lew Schneider (11 October 1996). "Look Don't Touch". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  18. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Tom Caltabiano (12 May 2003). "The Bachelor Party". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  19. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Lew Schneider, Steve Skrovan (21 February 2000). "Hackidu". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  20. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Philip Rosenthal, Lew Schneider (25 February 2002). "The Skit". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  21. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Lew Schneider (5 October 1998). "The Sitter". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  22. ^ a b c d Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Melman; Writer: Lew Schneider (6 April 1998). "T-Ball". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  23. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Shriner; Writer: Tucker Cawley, Jennifer Crittenden, Steve Skrovan (22 May 2000). "Robert's Divorce". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  24. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Steven James Meyer (3 November 2003). "Peter on the Couch". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  25. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Brian K. Roberts; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe, Lew Schneider (15 May 2000). "Confronting the Attacker". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  26. ^ a b c d e Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Lew Schneider (24 November 1997). "High School". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  27. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: John Fortenberry; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe (20 April 1998). "Traffic School". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  28. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Michael Lembeck; Writer: Phil Rosenthal (13 September 1996). "Pilot". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  29. ^ a b c d e Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Paul Lazarus; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe (27 September 1996). "I Wish I Were Gus". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  30. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Paul Lazarus; Writer: Tucker Cawley (18 October 1996). "Frank, the Writer". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  31. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Michael Lembeck; Writer: Tucker Cawley (22 November 1996). "Turkey or Fish". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  32. ^ a b c d e Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Michael Lembeck; Writer: Stephen Nathan (3 January 1997). "Debra's Sick". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  33. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Howard Storm; Writer: Lew Schneider (31 January 1997). "The Car". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  34. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Michael Lembeck; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe (7 February 1997). "Diamonds". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  35. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Meyer; Writer: Tucker Cawley (21 February 1997). "The Game". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  36. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Meyer; Writer: Steve Skrovan (28 February 1997). "Recovering Pessimist". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  37. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Rod Daniel; Writer: Bruce Kirschbaum (3 March 1997). "The Dog". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  38. ^ a b c d e f g Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Meyer; Writer: Jeremy Stevens (10 March 1997). "Neighbors". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  39. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Meyer; Writer: Lew Schneider, Kathy Ann Stumpe (17 March 1997). "Fascinatin' Debra". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  40. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Michael Lessac; Writer: Tucker Cawley (22 September 1997). "Ray's on TV". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  41. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Michael Lessac; Writer: Lew Schneider (29 September 1997). "Father Knows Least". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  42. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Ellen Gittelsohn; Writer: Tom Caltabiano, Ray Romano, Kevin James (20 October 1997). "Golf". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  43. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Ellen Gittelsohn; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe (27 October 1997). "Anniversary". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  44. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Ellen Sandler, Cindy Chupack (3 November 1997). "Working Late Again". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  45. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Ellen Sandler, Cindy Chupack (17 November 1997). "The Gift". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  46. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Meyer; Writer: Steve Skrovan (15 December 1997). "All I Want For Christmas". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  47. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Gary Halvorson; Writer: Tucker Cawley (5 January 1998). "Mia Famiglia". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  48. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: John Fortenberry; Writer: Tom Caltabiano (2 February 1998). "The Checkbook". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  49. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: John Fortenberry; Writer: Jeremy Stevens (23 February 1998). "The Ride-Along". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  50. ^ a b c d e Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Jeff Melman; Writer: Ellen Sandler, Jeremy Stevens, Lew Schneider, Tucker Cawley (4 May 1998). "The Garage Sale". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  51. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Lew Schneider (5 October 1998). "The Sitter". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  52. ^ a b c d e Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Steve Zuckerman; Writer: Steve Skrovan (26 October 1998). "Halloween Candy". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  53. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Steve Zuckerman; Writer: Ellen Sandler, Susan Van Allen (23 November 1998). "No Fat". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  54. ^ a b c Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Steve Zuckerman; Writer: Kathy Ann Stumpe (7 December 1998). "The Apartment". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  55. ^ a b c d Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Steve Zuckerman; Writer: Phil Rosenthal (14 December 1998). "The Toaster". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  56. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Tucker Cawley (18 January 1999). "Pants on Fire". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  57. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Jeremy Stevens (1 February 1998). "Robert's Date". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  58. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Eric Cohen (8 February 1999). "Frank's Tribute". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  59. ^ a b c d e f g h Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Richard Marion; Writer: Susan Van Allen, Steve Skrovan (15 February 1999). "Cruising with Marie". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  60. ^ Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Steve Zuckerman; Writer: Tom Caltabiano, Tucker Cawley, Ray Romano (22 February 1999). "Ray Home Alone". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  61. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Steve Zuckerman; Writer: Jason Gelles, Mike Haukom (1 March 1999). "Big Shots". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  62. ^ a b Executive producer: Philip Rosenthal, Ray Romano; Director: Will Mackenzie; Writer: Sally Ann Stumpe (15 March 1999). "Move Over". Everybody Loves Raymond. CBS Television Distribution.
  1. ^ a b Sullivan and Sawyer Sweeten were only credited at the end of an episode they would appear in, therefore are recurring.