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About Margaret Lockyer
Margaret Lockyer has a degree in English with an emphasis on Apocalyptic Literature and a double major in History which she earned while playing ice hockey for the University of Prince Edward Island Panthers. She currently works in the Canadian film industry and in her spare time she likes practicing yoga, talking about movies, and petting dogs. You can find her on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/margaret-lockyer-msl6
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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia demonstrates how far sitcoms have come with representation since the classic TV comedies of the 1990s.
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Criminal Minds' unsubs range from tragic to horrifying and have an impact on the BAU, but none more than George Foyet who truly changed the team.
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