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Tom Caltabiano is a writer and stand-up comedian. He directed and co-starred in the documentary 95 Miles to Go with longtime friend Ray Romano.He was a writer/producer on Everybody Loves Raymond and took over 30,000 behind-the-scenes photos of the show. Caltabiano was a guest host for CBS's The Late, Late Show in 2004 when Craig Kilborn abruptly exited. He was the inspiration for Terry Elliott, the character Scott Bakula played on TNT's Men of a Certain Age .
Everybody Loves Raymond is an American sitcom television series created by Philip Rosenthal that aired on CBS from September 13, 1996, to May 16, 2005, with a total of 210 episodes spanning nine seasons. It was produced by Where's Lunch and Worldwide Pants Incorporated, in association with HBO Independent Productions. The cast members were Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett, Doris Roberts, Peter Boyle, Madylin Sweeten, and Monica Horan. Most episodes of the nine-season series were filmed in front of a live studio audience.
Raymond Albert Romano is an American stand-up comedian, actor and screenwriter. He is best known for his role as Ray Barone on the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, for which he received an Emmy Award, and as the voice of Manny in the Ice Age film series. He created and starred in the TNT comedy drama Men of a Certain Age (2009–2011). From 2012 to 2015, Romano had a recurring role as Hank Rizzoli, a love interest of Sarah Braverman in the NBC series Parenthood. More recently, he co-starred in the romantic comedy The Big Sick (2017) and portrayed mob lawyer Bill Bufalino in Martin Scorsese's epic crime film The Irishman (2019). Since 2017, Romano has portrayed Rick Moreweather in the Epix comedy-drama series Get Shorty.
Bradley Henry Gerstenfeld, known professionally as Brad Garrett, is an American actor and stand-up comedian. Possessing a distinctive deep voice, he has appeared in numerous television and film roles in both live-action and animation mediums.
The Late Late Show is an American late-night television talk and variety comedy show on CBS. It first aired in January 1995, with host Tom Snyder, who was followed by Craig Kilborn, Craig Ferguson, and current host James Corden. The show originates from Television City in Los Angeles.
"Don't Fear the Roofer" is the sixteenth episode of the sixteenth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 1, 2005, and guest-stars comedian Ray Romano and physicist Stephen Hawking. The episode is a parody of the 2001 film A Beautiful Mind.
"The Finale" is the 210th episode of the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. It is episode sixteen of season nine, and the final episode of the series. It originally aired on May 16, 2005, and was preceded by an hour-long special looking back on the whole series.
Steve Skrovan is an American producer, writer, director and television host.
Mike Royce is an American screenwriter and television producer.
The Adam Carolla Show was a morning radio program that was syndicated, starring Adam Carolla, which began airing on January 3, 2006 and ended on February 20, 2009. The show was produced by CBS Radio as part of its Free FM format, and was based out of KLSX in Los Angeles. On February 20, KLSX changed format from hot talk to Top 40 (CHR) as KAMP-FM, and The Adam Carolla Show was canceled along with several other programs. The Adam Carolla Show was heard in a number of major metropolitan markets on the West Coast of the United States.
Tucker Cawley is an American television comedy writer and producer, best known for writing episodes for Everybody Loves Raymond. He has also written for Men of a Certain Age, Parks and Recreation, Up All Night, and the short-lived Kelsey Grammer sitcom Hank. He has won three Emmy Awards, including the 2003 Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
Nicholas Sadler is an American actor.
Carolla Digital is an American podcast network. The flagship program of the network is The Adam Carolla Show, which is released daily. The network also produces several other shows that are released on a weekly basis.
The first season of the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond originally aired on CBS from September 13, 1996, until April 7, 1997, and consists of 22 episodes. Created and ran by Philip Rosenthal, the series revolves around the squabbles of the suburban Long Island Barone family, consisting of titular Newsday sportswriter Ray Romano, wife Debra, parents Marie and Frank, and brother Robert. Madylin Sweeten and her two brothers, Sullivan and Sawyer Sweeten, also star as the children of Ray and Debra.
Nerdist Industries, LLC is part of the digital division of Legendary Entertainment. Nerdist Industries was founded as a sole podcast created by Chris Hardwick but later spread to include a network of podcasts, a premium content YouTube channel, a news division, and a television version of the original podcast produced by and aired on BBC America.
"Italy" is the two-part season five premiere of the American television sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. Constituting the 98th and 99th overall episodes of the series, they were written by the creator Philip Rosenthal and directed by Gary Halvorson. In this episode of the show, which revolves around the life of Italian-American Newsday sportswriter Raymond Barone and his oddball family, his parents, Marie and Frank, announce that they're all going to Italy to visit the former's cousin Colletta, and everyone is excited to go except Raymond. Meanwhile, during the trip, Ray's brother Robert is attracted to a woman named Stefania, and tries to get past her father Signore Fogagnolo to meet her. With part one originally airing on October 2, 2000 and the concluding half on October 9, both on CBS, the episode has earned positive reviews from critics and received a Writers Guild of America Award.
"Bad Moon Rising" is the 22nd episode of the fourth season of the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond (1996–2005), a series about the life of Newsday sportswriter Ray Barone and his neurotic family. The episode aired on May 8, 2000 on CBS. Written by Romano and show creator and directed by David Lee, it depicts Ray surviving a night of his wife Debra going through premenstrual syndrome. Although critically acclaimed and garnering the show's first Primetime Emmy Award win for Heaton's acting, it has also been criticized by psychologists for its inaccurate portrayal of woman with premenstrual syndrome.
"Marie's Sculpture" is the fifth episode of the sixth season of the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond (1996–2005), written by Jennifer Crittenden and directed by Randy Suhr. Everybody Loves Raymond follows the life of Newsday sportswriter Ray Barone and his oddball family, which includes wife Debra, parents Frank and Marie, brother Robert, daughter Ally, and twin sons Michael and Geoffrey.
"The Angry Family" is the season six premiere of the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond (1996–2005), a series about the titular Newsday sportswriter Ray Barone and his oddball family. In the episode, all of the Barones are in a counseling session after Ray's son Michael presents a short story in class about an "Angry Family," which they assume is about them. Directed by Gary Halvorson and written by series creator and showrunner Philip Rosenthal, the episode also features early roles for future Empire star Rhyon Nicole Brown and Reba star Mitch Holleman. Originally broadcast on CBS on September 24, 2001, "The Angry Family" has been critically well-received and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
"The Toaster" is the 12th episode of the third season of the American sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond (1996–2005). The episode aired on December 14, 1998 on CBS. The series follows the life of Newsday sportswriter Ray Barone as he tries to cope with being with his neurotic family, consisting of wife Debra, parents Frank and Marie, brother Robert, daughter Ally, and twin sons Michael and Geoffrey.