Drew Carey Show, The Easter Egg - Cleveland Browns

When watching The Drew Carey Show look in the background. Every episode contains something related to The Browns. Drew Carey is an avid Cleveland Browns fan and always places something related to the Browns in the background, whether it be a sticker or pennant or a pillow...

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Chances76 writes:
The faded "Ghoulardi" shirt that Drew wears every so often refers to a popular show in the 70's from the Ohio area. Ghoulardi was this old guy who showed scary movies on Saturday mornings. Not really related to the Browns, but kinda cool anyways I thought.
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juliebooty writes:
There are Cleveland related things all over every show. Many tee-shirts worn by the cast are local schools or famous Cleveland sites. There are too many to count in each episode. Some episodes have Cleveland talent such as the Mayor, TV News celebes, Bernie Kosar,Joe Walsh and other Cleveland greats. GO CLEVELAND!
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am1 writes:
There is more than just Cleveland related things on the Drew Carey show. Drew from time to time mentions things that are true from his past, i.e. having the lead in "The Pirates of Penzance" in junior high, which he actually did. My understanding is that he purchased the house that he grew up in the "Old Brooklyn" area of Cleveland and has renovated it. I grew up down the street from him and went to school with him. We folks in Cleveland surely enjoy the show and share his sentiments of Art Modell and his devious ways!
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Reporter322 writes:
However, I'd like to know why Stiles wears all that Solon High School gear, when Solon is one of the upper-class suburbs on the east side when Drew is an inner-ring west sider. (If you're not from Cleveland, there's a rivalry between residents on both sides of the Cuyahoga River.) Also, when you start seeing Cavs gear all the time, it was when he banned all Browns gear following the move of the Browns to Baltimore. I think the ban was lifted when they announced the new team would be an expansion one.
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boatchick writes:
Yes, the bar they hung out at is real; at least, the exterior was a shot of a real bar at the southeast corner of Memphis and Fulton in Cleveland. It *used to* be called Warsaw Tavern, but isn't anymore, and the interior looks nothing the same. The exterior windows on the west side of the building used to have the characters from the show painted on them, but i haven't been in the neighborhood for a while, so i don't know if the decoration is still there.
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Yossarian writes:
This is because he was livid about Art Modell moving the Browns from Cleveland to Baltimore.
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Will M. writes:
Did it ever dawn on you that A:) The show takes place in Cleveland, B:) They are all Cleveland Browns fans, and C:) they are never anywhere that you couldn't find Browns memorabilia?
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wesISgod writes:
You guys shouldn't be so amazed, tons of tv shows do this, for example, in every episode of Seinfeld there is some kind of reference to Superman (i.e. Bizarro Jerry)
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Amanda writes:
Drew Carey may be a browns fan, but they also do that because the show takes place in cleveland. Did you miss the whole "Cleveland Rocks" song at the beginning of every recent show. Every show also contains other Cleveland things such as the rock and roll hall of fame and Cleveland radio stations. Trust me, I'm from cleveland. :)
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sanitysgstd writes:
Okay, I am from Cleveland, and I love the Drew Carey Show, this may have been mentioned, but he IS from Cleveland, and since the Cleveland Indians suck, what other team sport is he going to turn to? -- ANOTHER EGG: Have you ever listened to the characters mention street names? ALL the names they mention are real! They never made up a street name! ie: "Meet me on Euclid Ave.". I'll have to look up the actual houses. Maybe the bar they hang out at is real...
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beau99 writes:
The Browns reformed in 2000.
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Dirty D writes:
Nimrod.... the mid 90's. The Cleveland Browns became the Baltimore Ravens in 96. The city sued saying that the team was synonymous with the city, and therefore they should be allowed to keep the name.
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