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Everybody Loves Raymond is one of those great shows you can catch on TV late at night, and you expect it to be on when nothing else is. It is packed full of humor that almost anyone can relate to, and includes problems that real people can actually understand. Rather than watching some crazy soap opera with twisted story lines, Everybody Loves Raymond brings out the humor in everyday live even just by sitting in a coffee shop and chatting with friends.

Everybody loves a show with a family, even one with an arrogant father, a pushy overbearing mother, an insecure brother, a nagging wife, and the guy who keeps them all together. It then follows why everybody loves Everybody Loves Raymond. You just can't help yourself.

Everybody Loves Raymond is a situational comedy based on the life and family experiences of comedian Ray Romano, who plays Italian-American sportswriter Ray Barone in the series. Romano served as the one of the show's writers and executive producers, alongside creator and head writer Phil Rosenthal, and other producers Stu Smiley and Rory Rosegarten, among others. It was first broadcast in CBS on September 13, 1996 and the thirty minute show ran a full nine seasons.

Ray Barone lives in Long Island with his wife, Debra, played by Patricia Heaton, and three children. A seemingly ordinary family show turns raucous as Ray's parents, Frank and Marie Barone decide to move in next door. Peter Boyle plays Frank of the dry-wit and deadpan delivery, while Doris Roberts hilariously plays doting, passive-aggressive Marie. Ray's older brother Robert, played by Brad Garret, joins in the fun as he moves back into his parents house after his wife divorces him. The many hilarious situations in the show revolve around how each of the characters relate to each other, particularly Ray and Robert's sibling rivalry, which is much imagined on Robert's part, the mother-in-law – daughter-in-law jibes between Marie and Debra, and the ensuing marital arguments between Debra and Ray. Several scenes have the couple exchanging repartee at bedtime, with Debra denying Ray sex and discussions on what Ray has done this time. Other characters who grace the show are Katherine Helmond and Robert Culp, who visit as Debra's parents, and Fred Willard, Georgia Engel and Chris Elliot as Robert's in-laws. Ray's rather blonde children are played by Madylin, Sulliver and Sawyer Sweeten.

The show has a real family vibe as Romano's real daughter Alexandra Romano, on whom Ray Barone's daughter Ally is based, appears on the show as Ally's best friend Molly. Patricia Heaton's husband David Hunt plays Ray's despised neighbor Bill Parker, often remarking that Debra probably wishes she married Parker instead of him. Monica Horan, who is married in real life to Phil Rosenthal, plays recurring character Amy, Debra's best friend and Robert's eventual girlfriend, and later, wife.

Everybody Loves Raymond is often regarded as the most watched television show in the history of American comedy. Nominated for mountains of awards over the years, the show won 12 Emmys, notably 2 for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2003 and 2005, and individual honors for cast members Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett and Doris Roberts, who won the most Emmys for the show at 4 from 2001 to 2003 and again in 2005. Phil Rosenthal and Tucker Cawley won writing awards for show episodes, a Writers Guild award for Rosenthal in 2002 and an Emmy for Cawley in 2003. The cast also won the ensemble cast award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in 2003. New York Times praised the show as "the sitcom of our times," while the Boston Globe sums up the show's success with the chart-topping 32.2 million viewers of the Everybody Loves Raymond's finale.

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