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I make no secret of my gushing fandom of Teal Sherer's scripted comedy, My Gimpy Life. I find it smart, realistically funny and some of the most impactful advocacy I've ever witnessed. Over the last year, I've been fortunate to get to know Teal and I was really lucky that in between pre-production meetings she was able to speak to me about her life and her show for this blog.
I only wish we had more time together. Teal always lifts my spirit and leaves me with something to think about. I'll let the hangout speak for itself and add all my links below.Thanks Teal for taking the time to speak with me! I hope you all enjoy this video and let me know who else you'd like to hear from.
During our discussion of Blair Underwood's role as Ironside, Teal mentioned this post
I wrote back in May.
You can watch season one of My Gimpy Life on Teal's YouTube channel
Follow Teal's adventures and show updates on Facebook
and Twitter: @mygimpylife.
What’s your favorite episode of MGL? Come back and let’s talk about it.
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