Everybody Loves Raymond - The Complete Seventh Season

Everybody Loves Raymond - The Complete Seventh Season



Despite industry rumors that the series would soon voluntarily end its run and the cast members would go their separate ways, Everybody Loves Raymond confidently breezes into its seventh season with most of its previous "status" still "quo." Ray Barone (Ray Romano) remains a sportswriter; his wife, Debra (Patricia Heaton), continues to hold down a public-relations job; their three kids are getting older and more wisecracky; and the Barones are still living next door to Ray's insufferable parents, Frank (Peter Boyle) and Marie (Doris Roberts), who in turn continue to provide a home for Ray's neurotic policeman brother, Robert (Brad Garrett). This is the season in which the vacillating Robert finally proposes to his longtime -- and long-suffering -- sweetheart Amy (Monica Horan). She accepts, but Robert isn't quite out of the woods yet: he still has to win the approval of Amy's uptight parents, Hank (Fred Willard) and Pat (Georgia Engel) -- to say nothing of her loopy brother, Peter (Chris Elliott). Ultimately, however, most of the personality problems are ironed out, and the season ends with the much-anticipated wedding of Robert and Amy. Which, of course, is not to say that Ray Romano has suddenly taken a leave of absence from his own series. Among the many "Ray-related" episodes is the one in which Ray takes a dare to write a eulogy for his still-living dad, Frank; the one in which Ray has to rescue his dad from a shoplifting charge; the one where Ray is put out because his sportscaster pal Andy (Andy Kindler) won't book him on his new radio show; and the one which proves that Ray knows nothing about hosting bachelor parties -- at least not any more. Though Everybody Loves Raymond took a slight dip in the ratings during its seventh season, it still closed out the year as one of the nation's most-watched TV programs -- and the most popular sitcom on the air. And as in previous seasons, the series took home a number of Emmy awards, for Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor (Brad Garrett's second win), Outstanding Supporting Actress (Doris Roberts' third!), Outstanding Writing (Tucker Cawley), and a technical award for sound mixing.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/19/2006
UPC: 0026359240621
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Hbo Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 12:30:00

Special Features

Four audio commentaries with series creator Phil Rosenthal, Ray Romano, Chris Elliott, Monica Horan, Anna Romano, Fred Willard and writers Tucker Cawley and Mike Royce; Bloopers and deleted scenes from the series

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Guest More than 1 year ago
What an amazing show!! This season is definitly my favorite! I'm a huge fan of Monica Horan (Amy) so i was thrilled with her being in the season so many times, espiecally the one where Robert proposes to her. Defintily in my favorite episode! An absolute must get season of them all. I wouldnt be suprised if im popping these DVD discs in 15 years and watching them with my kids! If anyone needs to know what season they should get out of all the ones out, I'd without a doubt suggest season seaven. Therefore, when it comes out ill be one of the first ones getting it. The best show on tv!
cmslp More than 1 year ago
This season is consistent with the previous seasons. Funny, down to earth and something which just about anyone can identify with...crazy family members who make you insane, but who you love to pieces anyway!
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a great series! The show reruns on tbs and nbc and each episode I see over and over again I still laugh as hard as I did when I first saw it. What makes this sitcom work is that it's so realistic. Their are families out there that are actually like this. And the writers to the show bring that experience to our own televisions. In thirty or forty years from now, this show will run on TV Land with Seinfeld, King of Queens, Will and Grace, etc. replacing the classics we know and love today. This is the funniest show I have ever seen and will always laugh at Ray's stupid husband bits, Marie's funny home cooking insults, Robert's hilarious jealousy towards Ray, Deberah's mood swings, and most of all, Frank Buronne's gut renching wise crack jokes. Thank you Ray and your family for bringing laughter into my home and into my life.
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