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The weekly Fox sitcom 'Til Death was fashioned as a vehicle for towering (6'8") comic actor Brad Garrett, who had just come off a long and successful run as a supporting player on Everybody Loves Raymond. Garrett was cast as Eddie Stark, a cynical, know-it-all schoolteacher who had been married for 25 turbulent years to wife Joy (Joely Fisher). The humor arose from the contrast between the combative Starks and their young neighbors, billing-and-cooing newlyweds Jeff and Steph Woodcock (Eddie Kaye Thomas, Kat Foster), who at the outset of the series had been married a whole 12 days. In some cases, the marital crisis of the week was augmented with interviews showing real-life couples discussing love and marriage. Created by the husband-and-wife team of Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa, both alumni of the Everybody Loves Raymond lookalike The King of Queens, 'Til Death joined the Fox lineup on September 7, 2006. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Close
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review by . December 28, 2009
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I was excited to see Brad Garrett of "Raymond" fame move onto his own T.V. show. Garrett plays a cranky husband while Joely Fisher is his down-to-earth wife. The couple is joined by Jeff and Steph Woodcock, the young, lovestruck neighbors. The show revolves around the two couples, a contrast between old and young, cynical and naive.    The first season was funny enough (although, as I write in later reviews, the show declined). It was great to see the contrast between the two …
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