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How Well Do You Know "Everybody Loves Raymond?"
by Jouviane Alexandre

"They're coming!" Fans of the sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" got to watch his family's love for him, and you got the chance to love his family as well! From his gentle giant of a brother to his meddlesome parents, you might be thinking it should be called "Everybody Loves the Barones."

In October 1996, "Everybody Loves Raymond" premiered on CBS starring comedian Ray Romano. Following the story of him and his wife, the sitcom focused on them raising their three children with Raymond's boundary-less family living across the street.

With fan favorites such as the late and great Doris Roberts and Peter Boyle playing Marie and Frank, respectively, you and fans all over enjoyed her overbearing nature and his crude jokes!

Although it's easy to remember their character arcs, what else can you remember about them? Sure, Robert was insecure, but what did he do for a living? Debra spent most of the series as a homemaker, but she previously did PR for what professional sports team?

"Everybody Loves Raymond" went off the air in 2005 after nine successful seasons. It even crossed over into the world of "The King of Queens." After spending nine years with the Barones, do you know everything there is to know about them? Will everyone love you at the end of this quiz? We're anxious to see!

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