95 Miles to Go
Before "Everybody Loves Raymond" debuted, Ray Romano was one of the top touring comedians in the country. At the height of his sitcom's popularity, Romano revisited his stand-up roots, hitting the road with long-time friend and opening act, Tom Caltabiano, who decided to film the tour. This ultimate fly-on-the-wall documentary came about when Romano rejected the idea of a large camera crew. So instead, Tom plucked wide-eyed USC student Roger Lay, Jr. out of Filmmaking 101 and dropped him into the backseat of the duo's rental car. Everything is here: from the comic's adrenaline-filled walk to the stage to the hilarious intimacy of two comedians locked in a car together for hundreds of miles. You'll never guess why Ray eagerly rents a motel room in the backwoods of Georgia for five minutes.