Charlie is a former baseball player. In his final game, he gave himself a career-ending injury when he tried to snap a bat over his leg in anger. He becomes an anger management therapist and runs a successful private practice. His life is complicated by an ex-wife and a teenage daughter who has obsessive-compulsive disorder.
The school where Eddie and Jeff teach is loosely based on Josh Goldsmith's alma mater Cheltenham High School, where one of the history teachers is Charles Stamm. There is no vice principal named Mr. Woodcock at this time, there is however another history teacher named Mr. Woodcock who has a British accent. See more »
I was never really a huge fan of "Everybody Loves Raymond," but Ray's brother (Garrett) was always my favorite character when I watched the show. Now, after "Raymond" has left the networks, Garrett goes onto his new project "'Til Death." The show is funny. It shows everyday situations that a lot can relate to. It tells about two sets of married couples, one thats been married for 24 years and one that's been married 12 days. While the newlyweds are deeply in love, Garrett and his wife seem to have a strained relationship. I hope this show sticks around for awhile.
With many great one liners, this show is a surefire hit with anyone who's married.
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