|The Lone Barone|
|Amy examining Robert's new apartment in "The Lone Barone"|
|Air Date||November 16, 1998|
|Preceded by||The Article|
|Followed by||No Fat|
The Lone Barone is the 9th episode of Season 3, and is episode 56 of the full 210 episodes for the entire series. In this episode, Ray tells Robert about the difficult times in marriage, which causes Robert to break up with Amy.
Episode Information[edit | edit source]
- Episode Title: The Lone Barone
- Episode Number: Season 3, Episode 9 (#56 of 210)
- Air Date: November 16, 1998
- Episode description (from DVD): "Ray tells Robert how difficult marriage can be."
- Preceded by: "The Article"
- Followed by: "No Fat"
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
After hearing horror stories from Ray about marriage, Robert freaked out. When Amy realized he was freaking out, she broke up with Robert.
Running Gags[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
Actress Patricia Heaton was pregnant at the time of filming for this episode, so she did not appear in many of the shots. And when she did, she either wore big, baggy clothing or held an object in front of her to cover up the pregnant belly.
This is also the first time the viewer gets to see Robert's apartment.
The dog Shamsky also makes an appearance.
Actor and comedian Kevin James had recently gotten his own new show, "The King of Queens", on CBS in which he played a delivery man for IPS, the International Parcel Service. In this episode of Everybody Loves Raymond, he guest stars as his character, Doug Heffernan, from "The King of Queens". It was part of a number of cross-over episodes CBS was doing with their primetime sitcoms: Everybody Loves Raymond, The King of Queens, Cosby, The Nanny, and Becker.
Status of Robert and Amy's Relationship[edit | edit source]
After they had been dating for nearly 2 years, Amy breaks up with Robert because he's too afraid of commitment. (see main article: Robert and Amy's relationship)
Quotes[edit | edit source]
- Robert: "You might want to cinch that robe. You got a little fruit coming out of the loom."