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I was never a big fan of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. It’s not that I didn’t enjoy Ray Ramano’s comedy, and whenever I caught a repeat on the air, I usually had a good laugh. What I did notice was how huge of a bitch Patricia Heaton’s character became on the show. Every sitcom about a suburban everyman has to have a nagging wife that bothers him about playing golf and looking at the 20 year-old waitress at the diner, but that doesn’t mean she has a right to be a harping banshee. It may not have been Patricia Heaton’s fault that her character turned out that way, but I blamed her anyway, and when the show came off the air, I was happy because Patricia Heaton would leave the air with it.
Living in California, I still have to deal with Patricia Heaton in those stupid Albertson’s commercials, but The Hollywood Reporter recently announced that Particia Heaton might get her own talk show to go along with a comedy pilot she has waiting for next season. This is all coming on the heels of Will and Grace star Megan Mullaly announcing her own talk show that will launch this fall. I have no clue what I did to deserve this, but I guess it is better than Live with Ryan Cabrera and Constantine Maroulis.