That fall, Marvel took Thor's hammer and title away from the brawny hero who had wielded it for decades and gave them to a then unknown woman, later revealed to be Jane Foster, Thor's long-time love interest.
This was important for my daughter and it was important for me.
Paul is a sportswriter just like Everybody Loves Raymond's title character.
But even if the show is too familiar, I for one don't mind watching Ritter do his same old act, again.
Three years ago this Halloween, my then ten-year-old daughter went trick-or-treating dressed as Thor, the Marvel Comics superhero and god of thunder.
Kaley Cuoco brought the whole family back together with an “8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter” cast reunion.
Martin Spanjers, Katey Sagal and Amy Davidson — with baby Lennox — reunited with Cuoco more than a decade after the light-hearted-turned-heartbreaking comedy left the air.
In ABC's new comedy, 8 Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Daughter, Ritter plays Paul Hennessy, a columnist who's forced to take on more responsibility at home when his wife, Cate (Married With Children's Katey Sagal, looking great sans her Peg Bundy bouffant 'do), goes back to work.