Love him now!

Star Says Next ‘Raymond’ Season May Be Last
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Everybody who loves “Raymond” better get their loving in now, because he may not be around much longer.
The 2003-2004 season of CBS’s hit comedy “Everybody Loves Raymond” may be the show’s last, series namesake Ray Romano told TV Guide in the magazine’s newest issue released on Sunday.
The show is currently in its seventh season, and Romano recently won his first Emmy award for best actor in a comedy series. He told the magazine he wanted to go out on top.
“You don’t want to leave when you’re sliding down,” he said. He said he definitely did not see the show going to a 10th season, and added “I don’t even see nine.”
Romano told the magazine he has thought about a number of options for his post-“Raymond” career, including returning to his roots in stand-up comedy or making a movie.
“You definitely won’t find me sitting around eating Oreos,” the comedian said.