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GL: Yeah, you're front and center. You're our audience, front and center. SM: Uh oh. GL: You represent twenty-three million people. SM: Yeah, me and my grandma. GL: There you go. I want her to write the next recap. SM: It'd be amazing. GL: I think that's a good idea, you should interview her on her thoughts and then work [them] into your recap. SM: Ha! It'll just be "??????" and "zzzzz." GL: And I have another idea, we should have the writers of the episodes review your review. SM: Oh, great. Oh, no. GL: How's that? SM: And then we can all fall into the Matrix. I do get some hate mail, if that makes you feel any better. People like to tell me I suck, too. GL: Does it bother you? It shouldn't bother you. SM: You know, it depends. If they say something constructive and make a good point, then I'll give it a lot more weight. But if they're just saying I suck without anything behind that, I mean, I really can't learn from that, so, who cares? GL: Yeah, I actually don't like when somebody says I suck, but if they say I suck and they're very funny about it, then I can go with that. If they can point out where I suck and make me laugh at the same time, I'll all for it. SM: It's a fine line. GL: Of course, I haven't happened to suck, ever. SM: Yeah, but I'm watching and waiting. You slip up, I'll take you down. GL: Okay, I've just pulled up to my house and ended my eternal commute. I'm glad we finally did this. SM: I am too! And I'm actually having surgery on my feet tomorrow, so I'll be typing this up when I'm hobbling around and high on Vicodin. Irony! GL: That will either be perfect or a disaster. We'll find out after. SM: Well, if it's really bad I'll just have my grandma do it. Thank you so much for this and I'm looking forward to the rest of the Season 3! More information about and tickets for the 4th Annual Zeke Lerner Celebrity Bowl-a-Thon with the signed BOUO auction (among many other things) can be purchased at www.Bowl4FSMA.org. The event raises money for Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and takes place Saturday, October 28, at the AMF Rocket Lanes in Chatsworth, California.