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Not to be confused with the strangely similar-sounding ''Series/EverybodyHatesChris''.

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Not to be confused with the strangely similar-sounding ''Series/EverybodyHatesChris''.
''Series/EverybodyHatesChris'', whose title literally is a joke towards ''Everybody Loves Raymond.''

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Not to be confused with the strangely similar-sounding ''Series/EverybodyHatesChris''.


-> '''Ray:''' So as I was saying [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer,]] Mondays 9:00 CBS. They say everybody loves that guy but I don't get it.\\
'''Homer:''' What are you talking about?!
-> '''Ray:''' I'm just saying, catch it while you still can.

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-> '''Ray:''' ->'''Ray:''' So as I was saying [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer,]] saying, Homer, Mondays 9:00 CBS.Creator/{{CBS}}. They say everybody loves that guy but I don't get it.\\
'''Homer:''' What are you talking about?!
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about?!\\
'''Ray:''' I'm just saying, catch it while you still can.
-->-- ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', "[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS16E16DontFearTheRoofer Don't Fear the Roofer]]"


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-> '''Ray:''' So as I was saying [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer,]] Mondays 9:00 CBS. They say everybody loves that guy but I don't get it.

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-> '''Ray:''' So as I was saying [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer,]] Mondays 9:00 CBS. They say everybody loves that guy but I don't get it. \n\\
'''Homer:''' What are you talking about?!
-> '''Ray:''' I'm just saying, catch it while you still can.



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-> '''Ray:''' So as I was saying [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer,]] Mondays 9:00 CBS. They say everybody loves that guy but I don't get it.


Notable is the fact that despite the main couple having children, the kids don't make up part of the core cast of the show, most often appearing as background or as the basis for some conflict amongst the adults. In fact, this was an early part of the show's beloved nature among critics during its first few seasons (which mostly went unrecognized by the UsefulNotes/{{ratings}}), even mentioned in the opening credits of the first season ("it's not about the kids"). This was in stark contrast to other sitcoms airing during TheNineties such as FullHouse or FamilyMatters, where the kids had been at the front and center of almost all the plots.

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Notable is the fact that despite the main couple having children, the kids don't make up part of the core cast of the show, most often appearing as background or as the basis for some conflict amongst the adults. In fact, this was an early part of the show's beloved nature among critics during its first few seasons (which mostly went unrecognized by the UsefulNotes/{{ratings}}), even mentioned in the opening credits of the first season ("it's not about the kids"). This was in stark contrast to other sitcoms airing during TheNineties such as FullHouse ''Series/FullHouse'' or FamilyMatters, ''Series/FamilyMatters'', where the kids had been at the front and center of almost all the plots.


Notable is the fact that despite the main couple having children, the kids don't make up part of the core cast of the show, most often appearing as background or as the basis for some conflict amongst the adults. In fact, this was an early part of the show's beloved nature among critics during its first few seasons (which mostly went unrecognized by the {{ratings}}), even mentioned in the opening credits of the first season ("it's not about the kids"). This was in stark contrast to other sitcoms airing during TheNineties such as FullHouse or FamilyMatters, where the kids had been at the front and center of almost all the plots.

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Notable is the fact that despite the main couple having children, the kids don't make up part of the core cast of the show, most often appearing as background or as the basis for some conflict amongst the adults. In fact, this was an early part of the show's beloved nature among critics during its first few seasons (which mostly went unrecognized by the {{ratings}}), UsefulNotes/{{ratings}}), even mentioned in the opening credits of the first season ("it's not about the kids"). This was in stark contrast to other sitcoms airing during TheNineties such as FullHouse or FamilyMatters, where the kids had been at the front and center of almost all the plots.


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''Everybody Loves Raymond'' is a CBS DomCom about Ray Barone, a sportswriter for Newsday, desperately attempting to keep the peace in his dysfunctional family. He's a fairly typical TV husband, loving the simple things (sports, TV, lying around), but he's pretty lazy, and occasionally delves into man-child status. He's married to a horrid stay-at-home wife. His brother is usually jealous of his status as the favorite child, and openly whines about it. His obnoxious parents live across the street and provide him and his wife no end of headaches by intruding upon their daily lives.

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''Everybody Loves Raymond'' is a CBS DomCom about Ray Barone, a sportswriter for Newsday, desperately attempting to keep the peace in his dysfunctional family. He's a fairly typical TV husband, loving the simple things (sports, TV, lying around), but he's pretty lazy, and occasionally delves into man-child status. He's married to a horrid harried, crabby stay-at-home wife. His brother is usually jealous of his status as the favorite child, and openly whines about it. His obnoxious parents live across the street and provide him and his wife no end of headaches by intruding upon their daily lives.


[[caption-width-right:349: From left to right: [[ManChild Ray]] (whom everybody loves), [[TheUnfavourite Robert]], [[MyBelovedSmother Marie]], [[GrumpyOldMan Frank]], [[{{Tsundere}} Debra]]]].

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[[caption-width-right:349: From left to right: [[ManChild Ray]] (whom everybody loves), [[TheUnfavourite Robert]], [[MyBelovedSmother Marie]], [[GrumpyOldMan Frank]], [[{{Tsundere}} Debra]]]].
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''Everybody Loves Raymond'' is a CBS DomCom about Ray Barone, a sportswriter for Newsday, desperately attempting to keep the peace in his dysfunctional family. He's a fairly typical TV husband, loving the simple things (sports, TV, lying around), but he's pretty lazy, and occasionally delves into man-child status. He's married to a harried stay-at-home wife. His brother is usually jealous of his status as the favorite child, and openly whines about it. His obnoxious parents live across the street and provide him and his wife no end of headaches by intruding upon their daily lives.

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''Everybody Loves Raymond'' is a CBS DomCom about Ray Barone, a sportswriter for Newsday, desperately attempting to keep the peace in his dysfunctional family. He's a fairly typical TV husband, loving the simple things (sports, TV, lying around), but he's pretty lazy, and occasionally delves into man-child status. He's married to a harried horrid stay-at-home wife. His brother is usually jealous of his status as the favorite child, and openly whines about it. His obnoxious parents live across the street and provide him and his wife no end of headaches by intruding upon their daily lives.


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