Articles for Everybody Loves Raymond Season 9

Brad Garrett carved himself a niche on television when he was cast on Everybody Loves Raymond. From 1996 to 2005, he played the role of Robert Barone, the older brother of Raymond, played by actor Ray Romano. Conceived out of wedlock, he was born to parents Marie and Frank. He worked as a workaholic cop and was famous for his sibling rivalry with Raymond. Despite his jealousy, he was still perceived as a caring uncle and one of Raymond’s closest friends. Throughout the show, he was also noted for his quirky habits and antics. Read more »
Ray Romano became a household name when he got the lead role on Everybody Loves Raymond. As Raymond Barone, he was born to parents Frank and Marie, and was the younger brother of Robert. Apart from his mother’s blatant favoritism for him, another thing that the show focused on was his relationship with his wife Debra. As a sportswriter who was often on the road, he hardly helped his wife when it came to household chores. Known for his whiny nasal voice and his inability to assert himself, he had many psychological problems rooted from his childhood, having an uncommunicative father and an overprotective mother. Read more »
Brad Garrett seemingly jumped onto the bandwagon of hopeless romantics as he is set to launch his own reality dating series.  The actor, who played the lovelorn Robert Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, has found himself in the same spot as his character—looking for love in the wrong places.  With the help of technology and the right media, Garrett is setting out on a journey to find a woman with whom he can share a connection, and hopefully a lasting relationship with.Sony Pictures TV will be producing Dating Brad Garrett, the 10-episode long series which will be co-produced by Garrett himself.  Ten women will be picked to be part of this new Internet reality series. Interested individuals can now send in their video applications through Crackle.com/DateBrad. Read more »
After almost four years of absence on the small screen, Ray Romano returns with a new sitcom that captures a more honest and sobering approach to the lives of middle-aged men. The question is: Will everybody love his new show?  Read more »
Mother‘s Day. It‘s that time of the year again, where we pay tribute to our moms--and what better way to honor motherhood than to recall TV mothers that make us realize just how blessed we are with the ones we have. We asked our readers and Facebook followers who they thought TV‘s worst mom ever wasand compiled the short list.  Read more »
BuddyTV is heading back to Comic-Con this summer, and this time we‘ve got a sponsored panel of our own. A group of television and film insiders will be talking about "Obsession: How TV and Movies Go from Fascination to Phemonenon."We‘ll be asking them questions ahead of time too, and this is your chance to get your own answers! Read more »
NBC is adding a double dose of guest stars for two of its returning dramas next season, both of whom are coming from TNT. Ray Romano will join the cast of Parenthood for several episodes while permanent sci-fi guest star Mark Pellegrino has landed a role on the second season of Grimm.  Read more »

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