what are the wisest thing ray's mom has ever said on the show

@zing_i (269)
United States
April 13, 2007 9:32am CST
I love the episode when Ray's Mom discusses about the married life and the theory assosiaed with it. She takes the ex of 3 marr couples there. 1. ray and Debra who are like 10yrs of marr, Herself and Frank who are like 35-40 yrs and Robert who were just marr.. what other things did u like that she ha said
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@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
24 Jul 08
'Oh my God I'm a lesbian' When she made her abstract sculpture. It wasn't with wisdom, but the expression on her face when she said it was priceless. This is one of my favorite shows. I can forgive Marie anything because she does what she does out of love. I think my favorite episode was when she and Debra got in cahoots to make Robert jealous, Debra elbowed Ray in his southern regions and he all but passed out behind the chair Robert was sitting in. He played that part so good. Good actors and actresses on that show. To bad about Peter Boyle passing away. I really believe that show had years worth of new materail with the kids growing up. Of course it wouldn't have been quite the same without Frank.
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• Canada
8 Aug 07
she is too critical to enjoy anything she has to say, but once in a while, she does surprise me! like when she tells debra what a great job she does in redecorating the bathroom, or throws a great turkey dinner!
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• United States
4 Jul 07
I like teh way she says "you are a mother not motherish". i believe thats tru to u hv to be motherish to properly nurture ur children.
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• United States
27 Jun 07
she says watever complaints she has she says it on the face of debra n not behind their backs :) i like that trait of her. its so true..
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@mitija (83)
• United States
27 Jul 08
I liked it when Ray would make a comment and Marie would say I don't like that Raymond. You can always tell when she was about to say it too. She would get that look of disappointment on her face when she said it. Classic.