Where's Lunch?

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Background: This is the production company of Phil Rosenthal, the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond.

(September 13, 1996-May 16, 2005)
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Logo: On a table, with a red napkin, silverware, salt and pepper shakers, a basket of dinner rolls, and a glass, we see a cloth reading "Where's Lunch". A hand then places a plate of food, which varies depending on the episode, on the cloth.

  • Starting in 1997, different utensils are used and "Where's Lunch" looks different.
  • During the logo's early years, most of the plates were placed using one hand, while the rest of the series used two hands.
  • In 1999, with the show's transition to widescreen, a widescreen version was created.

Food Variants: Here's just a few things you could find on the plate:
  • "Pilot": The plate contains a split lobster tail, a sliced lemon, and broccoli.
  • "Win, Lose or Draw": An entire pizza is put onto the cloth. It has pepperoni, green peppers, black olives and mushrooms on it.
  • "Turkey or Fish": The plate has a rubber chicken on it.
  • "Fascinatin' Debra": A paper bag lunch is put onto the cloth.
  • "Mia Famiglia": The plate contains a can of sardines surrounded by saltine crackers.
  • "Marie's Meatballs": An emptied glass of red juice is put onto the cloth.
  • "What's with Robert?": The plate contains some pancakes with a smiley face made up of cream cheese and cherries at the top.
  • "Hackidu": A bowl of alphabet soup is placed on the cloth, with some veggies mixed in.
  • "The Finale": A black plastic container is put onto the cloth. The container has a bill in it that reads "NO CHARGE! Thank you."

FX/SFX: The hand placing the plate of food on the cloth; all live-action.

Music/Sounds: A short piano ditty, except for the "Turkey or Fish" variation, where it was a distorted chicken cluck sound. In some cases, it uses the end theme of the show. On some episodes, a few of the notes from the music had been cut off.

Availability: Only seen on Everybody Loves Raymond.

Editor's Note: This logo may make you very hungry.