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On Mon, 29 Nov 2004, Robert Hunt wrote:

> There was also "My World and Welcome To It", but that was definitely not
> romantic. The hero was a Thurber-like cartoonist who turned the events of his home
> life into cartoons... (In fact, there seem to have been more sitcoms about
> cartoonists than writers....)

Another example of a cartoonist is Ted Knight's character on the 1980-85
sitcom TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT.  He spent more of his time meddling in his
daughters' affairs than working on his strip, which had something to do
with a cow, as I recall...

--Marty Norden
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