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ET Online — December 07, 2011

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I like to think that I know Marg very well. And she’€™s one of the toughest, most stoic people ‘€” forget about woman or ladies ‘€” I mean one of the most stoic people I’€™ve ever met. And these moments where she’€™s kind of overcome are once in a blue moon. Probably the last time I ever saw that happen her dog died, probably six years ago. She’€™s got nerves of steel. So yeah, it’€™s really overwhelming. I lovingly call this job the ‘€˜Hotel California’€™. There’€™s a line in the song that says that ‘€œYou can check out anytime you like but you can never leave.‘€ I’€™ve made that joke to her several times in the last couple of weeks. I’€™m like, ‘€˜You’€™ll be back, don’€™t worry. You’€™re always a part of the team. You’€™re always part of the family.‘€™ And I think that, I mean, I believe in my heart I think it makes it easier to say goodbye to her right now because I believe in my heart she will be back at some point, some time. Obviously that will be Marg’€™s decision and that will be the writers’€™ decision. And, you know, fate will prevail.

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