Everybody Loves Raymond s07e19 Episode Script

Sleepover at Peggy's

Ray, could you get me the tissues? Could you pass me the tissues? Boy, I wish somebody would rub this on my chest.
What? Pass me the tissues.
No, I heard "rub" and "chest.
" The doctor will see you now.
Just pass me the tissues, please.
And could you go to the store and get me some cough medicine? What happened to the chest rubbing? No, thank you.
And if you leave now, you can drop Ally off on your way.
Oh, drop Ally off where? Robert and Gianni are coming over to watch the game.
Just go and take Ally, okay? She's got a sleepover at Molly's.
Whoa whoa.
Molly's? Yeah, Molly's.
Isn't Molly's mom that Peggy, the-the scoutmaster- Nazi-cookie-Hitler? Yeah.
That's how she's listed in the phone book.
Come on.
I don't want to see that Peggy again.
Ray, come on, honey.
That was over a year ago.
The frontier girl cookie wars are over.
I'm sure she won't beat you up this time.
I did not get beat up.
I slipped.
Come on, Mommy, I'm ready to go! Honey, you know what? Mommy's too sick, so Daddy's gonna take you.
Come on, Daddy! Well, listen how good of a friend is Molly? Because I gotta tell ya, I don't see it.
Ray! All right! Okay.
Come on.
And, listen, don't forget my cough medicine.
I need the nighttime stuff.
But when I come back, we're doing this whether you need it or not.
Come on, Ally.
Here we are.
Okay! Mwah! Have a good time! Daddy, my sleeping bag! Huh? Oh, right.
Have fun.
Well, hi there, Ally.
Come in.
- Hi.
- Hi, Ally.
Hello, Ally's dad.
Hello Peggy.
Maybe Ally's dad could help us set up the tent.
That's all right.
Mommy can do it.
- But you said you couldn't.
- Molly, Mommy will figure it out.
They're gonna sleep outside? No! I promised them they could set up the tent in the living room and pretend it's a sleep-out.
Daddy, why don't you help us? Uh I don't know, Ally.
See, that's right.
If I can't figure it out, then Ally's dad certainly Actually, it's probably not too hard.
Let's take a look.
Thanks, Dad! I really don't need your help.
I've got the instructions right here.
I hate this thing.
I told Sam not to buy it.
- Your husband? - Ex-husband.
" Hmm Surprise surprise.
What was that? Nothing nothing.
I wonder I wonder what would happen if you opened it and pulled this.
Well! Look at that! - Thanks, Daddy! - Thanks, Mr.
Maybe I should get a merit badge.
Molly, you can go get your sleeping bag now.
You kids enjoy the tent that I made.
Well thanks.
I appreciate it.
Well you're welcome.
You should probably tie this to the table here.
Oh, great! Well, thanks again.
So what time do you want to come back tomorrow? - What? - Tomorrow.
To pick up Ally.
Uh I don't know.
How 'bout, uh, 10:00? Yeah, okay.
That's a good time for somebody to come and get her.
Like my wife, Debra who's my wife.
What's with you? What happened? Nothing nothing.
I went to the drugstore and it's kinda windy out.
Let me ask you something.
What does it mean when a woman pats you on your you know, on your bottom? What drugstore did you go to? No.
It didn't happen at the drugstore.
I drove Ally to a friend's house and it was the mom.
You know that scout leader Peggy? The cookie lady fondled you? Yeah.
Get any cookies? No! I was helping her fix the tent for the kids, and I-I bent over to fasten the thing to the table, and all of a sudden I'm being touched in an impure manner.
Was it a pat or a squeeze? I'm not sure.
Well, was there grasping or cupping of any kind? I don't know! It was so quick! O- okay.
Wait wait.
Show me what she did.
What? No! No, come on.
Show me how you were standing in relation to her.
What's the big deal? All right.
I guess I was standing in front of her, like this.
And-and I was reaching for the thing like this.
Come on! All right, all right.
I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
Okay, look, I'll tell you what, I'll bend over, and I want you to recreate exactly what she did to you.
All right.
Robert, do you want a glass of wine first? I'm in the middle of an investigation here.
I was bent over like that and I guess I said, "Let me tie the thing to the table," and she did this oh, so she just patted it? No no! I did it too fast.
It wasn't like sports.
It was- it was too soft.
Let me show you.
It was like this.
One more time.
Good evening.
Oh, hey.
Hi, honey.
So that's- that's college football.
In pro football the quarterback gets right up in there.
Uh-huh, good.
Okay, thank you.
Appreciate that.
Hey, how ya feelin'? Well, now I'm a little nauseous.
Did you get my, uh, medicine? Oh, yeah yeah yeah.
Thank you.
Ray, I asked you for the nighttime one.
Don't you ever listen? This is daytime.
This is gonna keep me up all night.
Oh take a drink with it.
All right.
I'll get it.
You guys can go back to your halftime show.
All right.
What does the pat mean? Well, seems to me like you were asking for it.
What?! Sorry, in the animal kingdom, you stick your caboose in the air, that's as good as a marriage proposal.
Shut up! Yeah, he's right.
I believe the term is "presenting.
" Face it, Ray.
This chick's got the hots for you.
Yep! She's in love! No! No! No, she-she hates me! Sounds like maybe her old man hasn't been minding the store.
No! The ol' man's gone.
She's divorced.
- Oh! - Oh What?! Hey, Ray, that was Peggy.
You gotta go back.
She said Ally wants to come home.
- Oh - Oh But I was just there.
I'm sorry, honey.
She said Ally's not feeling well.
Why don't you go? You're looking Okay.
One of you guys gotta come with me.
I'd love to, but I've already got a girl.
Come on.
I'd rather just read about it in "Penthouse.
" Come on! Look, guys, seriously.
Do you think this woman is-is coming on to me? Do you actually believe that Ally is sick all of a sudden? "Dear, 'Penthouse ' I never thought this would happen to me " Aw, come on! "It was a rainy night and my rump was yearning to break out of its denim prison.
" Hello.
I'm sorry.
Ally says she's fine now.
I think the girls had a little fight, but I guess they got over it.
How 'bout that? Kids Yeah kids.
Well, if you want to make sure Ally's okay, you could come in- No! No, thank you.
No! Oh, please, God, no! No! No! No! I, uh I'm having a little car trouble.
Could I just use your phone? Sure.
Come in.
Girls are in the tent? No.
They decided they wanted to sleep on the sofa bed downstairs in the basement.
Can you believe it? After all the trouble setting this thing up? There's a phone right here.
Hey, Robert, it's me! Listen, I locked my keys in the car.
You guys gotta come and pick me up.
Ha ha! Very funny! Very funny.
Just come and get me! No, now! I can't wait till the end of the game! Well-well, call Dad up and tell him to get me then.
Robert! Oh, I'm going to kill you! Aah! Thought you might need this.
What? You're all wet.
Thank you.
Would you- would you like something to drink? I've got tea.
No no, I'm good.
My dad's gonna come get me soon.
All right, then let me take your coat.
That's all right.
I'll just leave this on.
You're-you're dripping all over my carpet.
- I'll dry it off.
- I'll just hang it up.
- I gotta leave my jacket on- - Give me the jacket.
No no! Please! I'd like to leave it on! - Would you please- - No! - What? - Stop it! No! My God! Don't you get it? No means no! What is your problem? Don't think I don't know what's goin' on here.
The fire, the drinks, the rain Wh-what are you talking about? You touched me on my personal space.
I was just bending over to fix your tent.
I was not presenting.
What are you talking ab- oh! When I did this? Watch it, lady! What was the big deal? The big deal is that I'm a married man, and you had a picnic in my backyard! You-you think I was coming on to you? In your dreams, pal.
No, in your dreams! Okay? Why else would you go at me like that? Oh, because I am so attracted to you, Captain Flat Pants! Yeah, then why'd you do it? I don't know why.
I just did it.
Oh, yeah.
That's just your little thank-you gift for anybody who helps you out.
I told you I didn't need your help.
You just had to show me what a big, strong man you were.
Like I couldn't figure out that tent on my own? I wasn't trying to show you anything.
I was doing it for the kids! Oh, ple- give me a break! You were strutting around, gloating.
"Maybe I should get a merit badge.
" You're lucky I didn't kick your butt! What's the matter? You scared? No! Yes! All right, I'll admit it.
You scare me.
You're scary.
You're a bad, scary lady.
So let's just agree that you don't touch me, and I will wait for my ride outside.
Fine! And you know what? Get out! Just get out now! Get out now! Would you go? What is your problem? I said get out! All right.
What are you cryin' about? I'm not crying.
Oh, okay.
Listen I didn't- I didn't mean to- Didn't mean to what? Call me a scary, mean ol' ass-grabber? I did not say "ass.
" Look, I'm sorry.
I don't know why I did it.
It's probably because that's what my husband used to do to me.
Like, "Oh, yeah.
Good job, toots.
Didn't think you could manage getting the fork out of the dishwasher and make a pot of coffee.
" Condescending little putz! No no, it was me.
It was all my personality.
I'm so tough to get along with.
I'm so negative.
How does he think I got so neg- how do you think I got this way?! I don't know.
Sounds like it was his fault.
Look I am no walk in the park.
But I mean, whenever I tried to talk to him, all he wanted to do was watch television.
Unless, of course, he wanted sex and then, whoo boy, for those eight minutes, I was number one.
Yeah, well some guys.
Eight minutes that's bad, right? Then he lied, I mean, all the time about everything, even little things.
He'd he'd just say whatever I wanted to hear to avoid confrontation.
He never listened.
Never helped me.
Only cared about himself.
Wow, 12 years? And he just left? No.
I threw him out.
What's the matter? No, nothing.
I'm just-just wondering wondering where my dad is.
I should be getting home.
Debra's she's a little sick.
Well, I've gotta take this tent down.
You know what? Let me help you.
Oh, thanks.
We should probably get the sleeping bags out first.
Oh, okay.
Hello? Hello.
My husband said that Raymond needed a ride- Oh! Oh my God! No, Mom! Oh my God! Ma! Ma! Sorry.
She's a little sick, too.
Mom! Hey! Hey.
What's all this? Stuff to make you feel better.
You're sick, I'm takin' care of you.
First of all, cough syrup.
I got all the sleepy kind.
Nighttime, P.
This just has a bunch of Zs on it.
Huh? I got you lozenges, vitamin C, and I got you a vaporizer.
I thought it would be better than me rubbing all that stuff on you.
You don't need that.
I think I have a fever 'cause I'm hallucinating.
What? I'm your husband.
I listen, I help I'm here.
That's what we got goin'.
and no end in sight right? Oh, I gotta go.
I got chicken soup on the stove for you.
Maybe I died.
You should never have allowed yourself to be in that position.
Mom, she wasn't going to do anything, all right? I was just helping her take down the tent.
A woman doesn't get a man into a tent unless she's going in after him.
No, listen Peggy is not attracted to me at all.
That's impossible! I'm telling you, the things you do and the way you look can drive a woman crazy.
Aw, Ma! Please.
Like your shy little smile.
All right.
That's enough! And your sensitive eyes.
Ma! I'm eating here! And let's not forget those tight pants- Agh! Ma! He won't do that again.

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