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Christmas time means classic TV repeats from Penn alumni

Lew Schneider (C’83) featured in “The Christmas Letter”

As I sit at home on Christmas morning sipping on my light egg nog and reminiscing about Hanukkah, I am enjoying a whole lot of TV marathons.

One great Christmas episode I just caught was an Everybody Loves Raymond episode, called “The Christmas Letter” written by Penn alum Lew Schneider (C’83, Mask and Wig). Lew actually is in the episode as the photographer taking the Romano family photo. (see screenshot above)

Per TV.com, here’s the episode summary:

“Ray believes he has finally found the ultimate Christmas gift for his parents–if nothing else it will certainly be something they will remember forever. Ray is thrilled when he hits upon the perfect gift–a family photo that his mom and dad can treasure forever. But, when the day arrives to take the picture, Ray tries in vain to keep the peace when Debra and Marie have very conflicting opinions about the meaning of “family” in family photo.”

Speaking of Lew, I just got wind that Lew is now co-Executive Producing CBS’s The New Adventures of Old Christine.

NEW: Watch video of Lew talking about his career from the Penn in Pictures 2008 Event!

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