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EVERYBODY'S BACK... EXCEPT BRAD

Production on the new season of CBS's Everybody Loves Raymond finally got underway Tuesday following the return of co-stars Doris Roberts and Peter Boyle, both of whom called in sick Monday. Also, rumors are swirling that the contract squabble between CBS and Brad Garrett may be nearing a resolution. Garrett — who was already written out of the show's season premiere — is refusing to report to the set unless he gets a raise. Meanwhile, Ray Romano is breaking his silence about the behind-the-scenes turmoil that has rocked his sitcom. "We're a family — everybody's coming back," he told Entertainment Tonight, adding, "I talked to Brad... and this is all a part of the business. We want him back as soon as he can get back and, you know, we want everything back to normal and I'm sure it will be."

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Production on the new season of CBS's Everybody Loves Raymond finally got underway Tuesday following the return of co-stars Doris Roberts and Peter Boyle, both of whom called in sick Monday. Also, rumors are swirling that the contract squabble between CBS and Brad Garrett may be nearing a resolution. Garrett — who was already written out of the show's season premiere — is refusing to report to the set unless he gets a raise. Meanwhile, Ray Romano is breaking his silence about the behind-the-scenes turmoil that has rocked his sitcom. "We're a family — everybody's coming back," he told Entertainment Tonight, adding, "I talked to Brad... and this is all a part of the business. We want him back as soon as he can get back and, you know, we want everything back to normal and I'm sure it will be."