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How I Got Through This

‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Got Me Through 2020

The Gang’s chaos agents helped me understand what the hell just happened

Photo illustration; source: FXX /Courtesy: Everett Collection

At the end of every day, I slide three feet from the desk where I sit with my computer, to the couch where I sit with my computer. I’ve made something for dinner — at this point an…

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Michelle Legro

Michelle Legro

Deputy Editor, GEN. Previously an editor for Topic, Longreads, The New Republic, and Lapham’s Quarterly. gen.medium.com

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