Dana Getz is a writer, reporter, and entertainment obsessive. Her work has appeared in Entertainment Weekly, Chicago magazine, Bustle, and TV Insider, among others. You can find her watching The Office on repeat, listening to the Seth Cohen starter pack, or trying to be funny on the internet.
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