Heaven Holds a Place for Those Who Pray

But you’re going to do right by her. You have to. Sure, you can’t write an obituary — they won’t even let you be in charge of movie listings, for crying out loud, even though you could do it twice as well as that pothead they hired last year — but you do get to come up with a headline for that Anne Brancroft obit that came over the AP wire. And that’s no small matter, you think to yourself.

Silly headlines about Anne Bancroft.

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