Everybody Loves Raymond - The Complete Fifth Season

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Overview

So here's how things stand as Everybody Loves Raymond enters its fifth season on CBS. Sportswriter Ray Barone Ray Romano, his PR-rep wife, Debra Patricia Heaton, and their three kids are still living in Long Island, still next door to Ray's obstreperous parents, Frank Peter Boyle and Marie Doris Roberts. And after experimenting with independence by moving into his own apartment, Frank's brother, divorced cop Robert Brad Garrett, has returned to his parents' home -- minus his off-and-on girlfriend Amy Monica ...
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Overview

So here's how things stand as Everybody Loves Raymond enters its fifth season on CBS. Sportswriter Ray Barone Ray Romano, his PR-rep wife, Debra Patricia Heaton, and their three kids are still living in Long Island, still next door to Ray's obstreperous parents, Frank Peter Boyle and Marie Doris Roberts. And after experimenting with independence by moving into his own apartment, Frank's brother, divorced cop Robert Brad Garrett, has returned to his parents' home -- minus his off-and-on girlfriend Amy Monica Horan, who has apparently given up on Robert because of his inability to make a commitment. But things aren't entirely bleak romantically for Robert this season. While vacationing in Rome with his family in an episode shot on-location in Italy, the neurotic policeman falls head over heels in love with Stefania Alex Meneses. Inasmuch as Robert has proclaimed her "the girl of my dreams," Stefania shows up in New York later in the season, certain that their relationship will soon become both permanent and legal. Alas, Robert is still constitutionally incapable of committing himself to any woman, and the couple breaks up -- but not before Stefania's strict, "old world" father, Marco David Proval, who is now a friend and kindred spirit of Ray and Robert's prickly dad, Frank, has decided to remain in the Big Apple, going so far as to purchase the Barones' favorite restaurant, Nemo's.

With all this going on, one would think that series star Ray Romano had taken a back seat to his supporting cast -- but one would be wrong. During season five, Ray Barone has many a misadventure of his own, beginning with the emotional fallout attending his decision to finally tell his parents that they are far too much a part of his and Debra's lives. Later on, Ray accidentally commits "petslaughter" on his daughter Ally's Sawyer Sweeten beloved hamster; receives a serious ego drubbing when his book on sports is rejected by the publisher; goes into "hamana-hamana-hamana" mode upon meeting a girl he'd dated 25 years earlier an evening that he messed up with his untoward advances!; and tries to mediate a battle between his parents and his in-laws Robert Culp, Katherine Helmond during Thanksgiving dinner. The season closer is likewise devoted to Raymond, as he recalls the day that wife Debra gave birth to daughter Ally. For the second year in a row, Patricia Heaton won an Emmy award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series at the end of Everybody Loves Raymond's fifth season. Likewise honored was Doris Roberts, for Outstanding Supporting Actress. The series itself continued to be the shining jewel of CBS' Monday-night schedule, moving up again in the overall TV ratings.

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Special Features

Closed Caption; Three audio commentaries with series creator Phil Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton and writer Tom Caltabiano; Bloopers and deleted scenes from the series
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/6/2005
  • UPC: 026359240423
  • Rating:

  • Source: Hbo Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled / Dubbed
  • Time: 12:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 13,003

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Disc #1 -- Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5
   Play All: Episodes 1-5
   Episode Selection
      Italy, Part 1
         Play With Commentary
         Play
      Italy, Part 2
         Play With Commentary
         Play
      Wallpaper
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Debra and Ray Share a Laugh at the Kids' Expense
      Meant to Be
         Play
         Deleted Scenes
            Robert Receives a Postcard From Stefania in the Mail
            Robert Mopes Over Complications in His Love Life
            Play All
      Pet Cemetery
         Play
   Language Selection
      English 2.0
      French 2.0
      Spanish 2.0
      English Subtitles
      French Subtitles
      Spanish Subtitles
      No Subtitles
   Bonus Material
      Audio Commentary
         Audio Commentary on Episodes 1 & 2 "Italy, Parts 1 & 2" by Ray Romano and Phil Rosenthal On/Off
      Deleted Scenes
         Wallpaper
            Debra and Ray Share a Laugh at the Kids' Expense
         Meant to Be
            Robert Receives a Postcard From Stefania in the Mail
            Robert Mopes Over Complications in His Love Life
         Play All
      Series Index
         Disc One
         Disc Two
         Disc Three
         Disc Four
         Disc Five
Disc #2 -- Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5
   Play All: Episodes 6-10
   Episode Selection
      The Author
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Robert Searches for Notes Marie Threw Out
      The Walk to the Door
         Play
      Young Girl
         Play With Commentary
         Play
      Fighting In-Laws
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Debra Offers Marie a Suggestion for a Thanksgiving Dish
      The Sneeze
         Play
   Language Selection
      English 2.0
      French 2.0
      Spanish 2.0
      English Subtitles
      French Subtitles
      Spanish Subtitles
      No Subtitles
   Bonus Material
      Audio Commentary
         Audio Commentary on Episode 8 "Young Girl" by Ray Romano, Phil Rosenthal and Writer Tom Caltabiano On/Off
      Deleted Scenes
         The Author
            Robert Searches for Notes Marie Threw Out
         Fighting In-Laws
            Debra Offers Marie a Suggestion for a Thanksgiving Dish
         Play All
      Series Index
         Disc One
         Disc Two
         Disc Three
         Disc Four
         Disc Five
Disc #3 -- Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5
   Play All: Episodes 11-15
   Episode Selection
      Christmas Present
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Frank Breaks Ray's New DVD Player
      What Good Are You?
         Play
      Super Bowl
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Ray and a Friend Celebrate Being at the Super Bowl
      Ray's Journal
         Play
      Silent Partners
         Play
         Deleted Scenes
            Debra and Ray Go to Dinner and Leave the Kids With Frank and Marie
            Ray and Debra Return Home From Valentine's Day Dinner
            Play All
   Language Selection
      English 2.0
      French 2.0
      Spanish 2.0
      English Subtitles
      French Subtitles
      Spanish Subtitles
      No Subtitles
   Bonus Material
      Deleted Scenes
         Christmas Present
            Frank Breaks Ray's New DVD Player
         Super Bowl
            Ray and a Friend Celebrate Being at the Super Bowl
         Silent Partners
            Debra and Ray Go to Dinner and Leave the Kids with Frank and Marie
            Ray and Debra Return Home From Valentine's Day Dinner
            Play All
         Play All
      Series Index
         Disc One
         Disc Two
         Disc Three
         Disc Four
         Disc Five
Disc #4 -- Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5
   Play All: Episodes 16-20
   Episode Selection
      Fairies
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Ray Is Informed That the Twins Are Cast as Fairies in a Play
      Stefania Arrives
         Play
         Deleted Scenes
            Stefania Returns From Italy With a Friend
            Robert Calculates Stefania's Golf Score
            Play All
      Humm Vac
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Ray and Robert Enjoy a Vacuum Demonstration
      The Canister
         Play With Commentary
         Play
         Deleted Scenes
            Ray and Debra Prepare for Easter
            Debra and Ray Talk With the Kids About Grandma
            Play All
      Net Worth
         Play
   Bonus Material
      Audio Commentary
         Audio Commentary on Episode 19 "The Canister" by Ray Romano, Phil Rosenthal and Patricia Heaton On/Off
      Deleted Scenes
         Fairies
            Ray Is Informed That the Twins Are Cast as Fairies in a Play
         Stefania Arrives
            Stefania Returns From Italy With a Friend
            Robert Calculates Stefania's Golf Score
            Play All
         Humm Vac
            Ray and Robert Enjoy a Vacuum Demonstration
         The Canister
            Ray and Debra Prepare for Easter
            Debra and Ray Talk With the Kids About Grandma
            Play All
         Play All
      Series Index
         Disc One
         Disc Two
         Disc Three
         Disc Four
         Disc Five
Disc #5 -- Everybody Loves Raymond: Season 5
   Play All: Episodes 21-25
   Episode Selection
      Let's Fix Robert
         Play
      Say Uncle
         Play
      Separation
         Play
         Deleted Scene
            Marie and Frank on Marriage
      Frank Paints the House
         Play
      Ally's Birth
         Play
   Language Selection
      English 2.0
      French 2.0
      Spanish 2.0
      English Subtitles
      French Subtitles
      Spanish Subtitles
      No Subtitles
   Bonus Material
      Deleted Scene
         Separation
            Marie and Frank on Marriage
         Play
      Bloopers
      Series Index
         Disc One
         Disc Two
         Disc Three
         Disc Four
         Disc Five
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Everybody Loves Raymond - the 5th Season

    How can you go wrong with any box sets of Everybody Loves Raymond! The show got better and funnier with each season. An enjoyment any time and laughter is much needed with these tough economic times.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Everybody should love "Everybody Loves Raymond"

    "Everybody Loves Raymond" ranks high among television's best sitcoms and, in my opinion, is the best family-situation comedy so far. The Barones are wonderfully imperfect and dysfunctional, but no more so than anyone else's real-life clan. Who doesn't have squabbles with in-laws or kids who won't behave, etc.? Yet beneath all the flared tempers, conniving and confusion, you can tell the characters need and love each other.

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    Posted November 17, 2009

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