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1) Ray Ro­mano has had plenty of se­ries of work (“Men of a Cer­tain Age,” “Vinyl,” “Par­ent­hood”) since his first weekly tele­vi­sion role in “Every­body Loves Ray­mond.” On that sit­com, what was his char­ac­ter’s pro­fes­sion?

2) Who used the last names Ri­cardo, Carter and Barker in dif­fer­ent com­edy se­ries?

3) Af­ter play­ing a pri­vate de­tec­tive on “77 Sun­set Strip,” Efrem Zim­bal­ist Jr. re­turned to se­ries tele­vi­sion as an­other in­ves­ti­ga­tor who had to play more by the rules. What was the name of that sub­se­quent drama, also the name of the char­ac­ter’s em­ployer?

4) An in­genue on “The Par­tridge Fam­ily,” Su­san Dey later proved her­self ca­pa­ble of han­dling much weight­ier ma­te­rial as Deputy Dis­trict At­tor­ney Grace Van Owen on which se­ries?

5) The star of the early-1960s rodeo drama “Stoney Burke” went on to a much­longer run as the leader of “Hawaii Five-O.” Name the ac­tor.

6) Faith Ford made her mark as re­porter Corky Sher­wood in the orig­i­nal 1988-98 run of “Mur­phy Brown.” Who was her fe­male part­ner in com­edy in her re­turn on “Hope & Faith”? Ray Ro­mano

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