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[02/14/05 - 12:00 AM]
The Polls Are Open at CBS.com

[via press release from CBS]

THE POLLS ARE OPEN AT CBS.COM

Viewers Can Vote For Their Favorite Episode of "Everybody Loves Raymond"

The Five Episodes Receiving the Most Votes Will Be Broadcast on CBS Beginning Feb. 28

The polls are officially open at CBS.com.

Now through Sunday, Feb. 27, viewers can vote for their favorite episode of EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND. The five episodes receiving the most votes will be broadcast on CBS beginning Monday, Feb. 28 with the fifth most popular and culminating with the all-time fan favorite episode on Monday, March 28.

CBS.com is offering clips ranging in length from 30-70 seconds of 15 classic "Raymond" episodes culled from seasons one through eight, as chosen by creator/executive producer Phil Rosenthal.

"These are the episodes that, over the years, we have gotten the most response to from viewers. If your favorite isn�t included here, write to CBS and tell them I sent you," quipped Rosenthal.

Viewers can choose their favorite EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND episode from among these 15:

� �The Letter� (OAD: 12/8/97). Debra writes Marie an angry letter that Ray tries to intercept.

� �Marie�s Meatballs� (OAD: 1/19/98). Marie gives Debra the wrong ingredients for a special recipe.

� �Good Girls� (OAD: 3/9/98). Marie likes Amy better than Debra because Amy is a virgin.

� �Traffic School� (OAD: 4/20/98). Robert uses a ventriloquist�s dummy to teach traffic school.

� �Robert�s Date� (OAD: 2/1/99). Robert starts hanging with his African-American partner, Judy.

� �How They Met� (OAD: 5/24/99). A flashback to Ray and Debra�s first meeting.

� �Debra Makes Something Good� (OAD: 2/28/00). Debra shocks the family when she cooks something they like.

� �Bad Moon Rising� (OAD: 5/08/00). Ray tries to help Debra through PMS.

� �Wallpaper� (OAD: 10/09/00). Frank and Marie drive their car through Ray and Debra�s living room wall.

� �Humm Vac� (OAD: 3/19/01). Ray buys Debra an expensive new vacuum cleaner.

� �The Canister� (OAD: 4/09/01). Debra tries to hide the canister she borrowed from Marie.

� �The Angry Family� (9/24/01). The twins embarrass their parents at school with their creative writing project.

� �Marie�s Sculpture� (OAD: 10/22/01). Marie�s art class project is extremely evocative for her family.

� �Baggage� (OAD: 5/05/03). Debra and Ray have a two week stand-off over who should put away the luggage.

� �Golf For It� (OAD: 5/24/04). Robert and Ray play a round of golf to see who gets to take care of Marie.

The EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND series finale is Monday, May 16 (9:00-9:30 PM, ET/PT) preceded by a special one-hour retrospective.





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