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Episode 3: A Conversation with Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

Lee Gambin talks with TV historian Jennifer Keishin Armstrong who shares her love for classic sitcoms and writing the ultimate book on the Mary Tyler Moore Show. They also discuss feminism in television, the importance of sitcoms, Ed Asner, Betty White, women writers in television, and more!

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  1. Helen Paschalis

    What a joy! How wonderful to hear your mutual love for such a groundbreaking, beloved show. Jennifer’s memories of sharing an hour over tea with the beautiful Valerie Harper killed me, and her praise for Georgia Engel moved me to tears. Great Nancy Walker story too! Was not aware, until hearing Jennifer’s writing credits, that I have all her books and didn’t even realise it! So many of my all-time favourite comedies! Great listening! Thank you!

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