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Ted Fox is a wiseass, his journey an impressive one. Notre Dame for undergrad. ESPN for training in TV production. Notre Dame again, this time for a writing job. It’s no wonder he can unknowingly put on his wife’s t-shirt, proceed to admire his pecs, and still not hesitate to sarcastically call others “awesome.”


With the arrival of the new year, Jenny and Ted added two new shows to their DVR: ABC’s short-run musical comedyGalavant and the Fox musical dramaEmpire. After two weeks of the first and one week of the second (that wasn’t confusing at all), are both shows staying on said DVR? Only time will tell—specifically the 36 minutes it took them to record this podcast.


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