Everybody Loves Raymond

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By the sixth/seventh season, the writers had given the character the habit of screaming when mad or upset and it was revealed that his habit of touching food to his chin was from jealousy seeing Marie touch food to Ray's chin before feeding him when they were kids.
 
By the sixth/seventh season, the writers had given the character the habit of screaming when mad or upset and it was revealed that his habit of touching food to his chin was from jealousy seeing Marie touch food to Ray's chin before feeding him when they were kids.
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==Epilogue and Death==
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After Debra moves out and takes the kids, all of Rays money, and the car, due to the divorce and moves into an apartment in Manhattan, Marie chases her down and tries to convince her to "call off the divorce", and atepts to do so by blaming her and not her son. Infuriated, Debra takes a final stand against Marie, calling her an egomaniacal housewife, with nothing better to do than talk down those she finds threatening. She then proceeds to push her out the door, and recites the phrase, "It's time to take out the trash" (referrence to when Marie did the same to Roberts first wife Joanne). Fueled with anger, Marie schemes a plan to take the kids when Debra is not there so she can keep them for herself, in an attempt to use them to her advantage to convince Debra to go back with Ray, not think this is a crime. Robert finds out what is going on, as he is over hearing Marie talk to herself reciting the plan. Marie arrives at the apartment, and convinces the kids that she is picking them up to go to the Happy Zone. They go along with her, but her plan is ruined when Robert is waiiting outside the building in his uniform with his squad car, saying that if she doesn't take the kids back up, then he will have to put her under arrest. Another squad car arrives, with another police officer wondering wat is going on. Robert informs him that he is merely talking to Marie, but an eyewitness, tells the officer, that she was attemting to kidnapp the children. Marie is sentinced to 15 years in jail, where she eventually dies, and Robert Barone is demoted to Cadet for lying to a fellow police officer. Robert then developes an anger issue for being the oldest cadet in the NYPD and begins to beat Amy, on a regular basis (this becomes one of his quirks, hitting her with his night stick on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, he refers to it as "Roberts Happy Time"). She starts to wear shades to hide her back eyes, and is forbidden from leaving the house and must face the north side wall of the house sitting in a chair until he gets home (another quirk of Roberts). One day, after being laughed at for being the oldest cadet in the NYPD's history he comes home on a Friday evening and viciously beats Amy with a wooden chair, strikes her in the head eleven times with an aluminum baseball bat, and continues to beat her down until he finally takes a hard enough strike that it kills her. Robert realizing what he has done is scared knowing that he has killed Amy, and calls the police telling them there has been a murder in his house. The NYPD fires Robert and sentinces him to life in prison and death by electric chair. He was executed on March 1, 2013.
   
 
==Relationship to other characters==
 
==Relationship to other characters==
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