Everybody Loves Raymond is a sitcom which ran on CBS from 1996 to 2005, focusing on the titular Raymond dealing with his often quarreling family (including wife, twin children, and nearby parents and brother).
- In the fourth season episode "Prodigal Son," Raymond tells Debra that he is a good person and that he doesn't have to go to church on Sunday morning. He says he treats people normally and gives an example of a plumber he hired with a big eye. Raymond said he would treat the plumber normal, but other people would make fun of the plumber and call him "Big Muppet-Eye Guy."
- In the fourth season episode "Bad Moon Rising," Raymond secretly recorded Debra yelling at him with a tape recorder. After playing the tape, Raymond tries to cheer up Debra by telling her that when he first heard himself in a radio interview, his voice sounded like Snuffleupagus (or as he pronounces it, "Snuffleufagus").
- Peter Boyle played Frank Barone
- Dan Castellaneta played Bryan Trenberth in "T-Ball" (1998) and "It's Supposed To Be Fun" (2001)
- Charles Durning played Father Hubley (6 episodes, 1998-2002)
- Brad Garrett played Robert Barone
- Gary Halvorson directed episodes
- Patricia Heaton played Debra Barone
- Kevin James played Kevin Daniels (1996-1998), Doug Heffernan in two episodes, and co-wrote the episode "Golf"
- Kristin Newman worked on the production staff (1996-1997)
- Suzie Plakson played Joanne Glotz in "Robert's Divorce" and "Meant to Be" (2000)
- Doris Roberts played Marie Barone
- Ray Romano played Raymond Barone and was a writer for the series
- Sherri Shepherd played Sgt. Judy Potter (1998-2003)
- Jean Stapleton played Aunt Alda in "I Wish I Were Gus" (1996)
- Fred Willard played Hank MacDougall (2003-2005)