The Price Is Right & the Light at the End of The Tunnel

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Since the onset of the pandemic, many of us have been living like the bright-eyed young soldier in the war movie with his whole life ahead of him, making his way through the treacherous jungle and saying things like “I’ve got a girl back home, and as soon as I get out of here next week, I’m gonna give her my class ring” (right before he takes a poison dart to the neck or gets mauled by a tiger…

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You may know me as Joe the policeman in the What's Going Down episode of That's My Momma.

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Chris Rosenthall

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You may know me as Joe the policeman in the What's Going Down episode of That's My Momma.

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