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"Everybody Loves Raymond" creator Phil Rosenthal travels the globe to take in the local cuisine and culture of Bangkok, Lisbon, Mexico City and more.Somebody Feed Phil is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (22 episodes). The series first aired on January 12, 2018.

Somebody Feed Phil is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Somebody Feed Phil on demand atNetflix online.

Friday on Netflix
4 Seasons, 22 Episodes
January 12, 2018
Documentary & Biography, Food, Travel
8.2/10
Cast: Phil Rosenthal, Monica Horan
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Somebody Feed Phil Full Episode Guide

  • Exploring the aloha spirit on the beaches and beyond, Phil enjoys poke, shave ice, huli huli chicken, poi and -- gasp -- even a few outdoor adventures.

  • Phil soaks up the Southern scenery -- and plenty of barbecue sauce -- as he munches on ribs, fried lobster, hot tamales, alligator and a slab of steak.

  • Mouthwatering fare from the hawker markets delights Phil, who also digs into a to-die-for Peranakan meal and admires the area's stunning architecture.

  • In one of his favorite cities, Phil savors chocolate croissants, queasily sails the bay and visits with culinary icons Alice Waters and Thomas Keller.

  • Phil feels the beat -- and heat -- while dancing at Carnival, sampling fruit and feijoada, sipping potent caipirinhas and pigging out at a churrascaria.

  • Phil experiences the diverse city by munching on mind-blowing bagels and chicken, dining with a cheeky chef and pigging out on a wildly decadent meal.

  • A fan of the Korean food in LA, Phil eagerly heads to the source to try tteokbokki, feast on crab and gobble fried chicken with K-pop star Eric Nam.

  • Breaking bread with friends old and new, Phil indulges in gustatory delights ranging from a simple meal of fish and chips to a posh venison nosh.

  • With daughter Lily in tow, Phil gives his arteries a workout by devouring deep-fried hot dogs, delicious pie and, of course, deep-dish pizza.

  • The warmest of welcomes greets Phil in Morocco, where he savors lamb, gets a pop quiz on spices and commits a couscous faux pas over a family dinner.