[Netflix] He is like the nicest guy Irl - as he takes his big family out for pizza whom he trolled hard for one hour) Even if his character was douchey in Everybody Loves Raymond (which i always saw as a drama as opposed to The King of Queens) he seems like a legit nice guy unlike Kevin James who comes off as having a chip on his shoulder (acting brilliance aside).
Romano is reliably funny. He always put a lot of effort into his Letterman appearances. Those were 10-15 minutes of good stuff. He's a bit restless in this one, walking around, going to two venues. He seems not to want to try people's patience. Get in, hit it hard, get out.