Debra yearns for nothing more than a peaceful birthday at home with her husband.
Debra gets mad when Ray's problem with showing affection for her becomes a family matter.
Ray hopes his eulogy for Uncle Gus will resolve a family feud.
Robert's psychology project stirs Ray's and Debra's competitive streaks.
Ray must convince Debra of his innocence after a waitress at Nemo's catches his eye.
Frank gets a few anecdotes published in Reader's Digest and wants his own newspaper column.
After having a fight with Frank, Marie moves in with Ray, Debra and the kids.
Ray's well-to-do in-laws (Robert Culp, Katherine Helmond) visit.
Frank decides to teach his son a lesson by winning all Ray's money at the poker table.
Debra opts for Thanksgiving fish to avoid competing with Marie's cooking.
Ray coaches a team for the Pizza League basketball championship.
Ray doubts everyone when he learns his prized Mickey Mantle autographed baseball is a fake.
Baby-sitting, Ray schedules a meeting with Terry Bradshaw while they're at the pediatrician's.
Ray feels insecure and jealous when Debra compliments Robert on his physical attractiveness.
Debra is upset when Ray buys back his old car, affectionately known as the "make-out mobile.".
Ray tries to sneakily replace the diamond in Debra's wedding ring when he discovers it is fake.
A board game stirs a heated family debate about who is moral and who is not.
Debra persuades Ray to be optimistic, but he struggles as the only upbeat person in the family.
Robert and Ray fight over a stray bulldog similar to the one Ray was forced to give up as a child.
When Ray's parents bother everyone with their meddling, the neighbors turn to him to make them stop.
When a radio psychologist (Mary Kay Adams) visits, Debra feels dull compared to the other Barones.
Debra and Ray wonder why they ever moved across the street from his overbearing parents.