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Staff Picks: Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld

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Romantic Comedy
by Curtis Sittenfeld 

During rehearsal week on the set of a late night comedy show, a sketch writer bonds with the guest host and musical guest. The pair share laughs and lingering glances while fine-tuning song parodies and satirical skits. Even though Sally enjoys spending time with Noah, she can't imagine herself dating a rock star. 

Unreadable: Podcast Transcript - February 2024

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In this month's episode, we revisit an old favorite, The Science of Love. This episode was originally published in 2019 and remains one of our favorite episodes.  

Did you know that prairie voles are monogamous? In this episode, Ross interviews Dr. Larry J. Young of Emory University about what studying prairie vole relationships can teach us about human relationships.

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