Judge John Hodgman Episode 62: My Dinner with Ennui

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Holly brings this case against her writing partner Todd. They live in Los Angeles, and meet at restaurants to work together on projects at least once a week. Todd prefers to eat at a few agreed-upon, time-tested restaurants to eat one of his dishes of choice. He says that eating the same meals helps keep his mind free to focus on work. Holly feels her creative spirit is stifled by eating at the same places, week in and week out. Should Todd’s habits or Holly’s spontaneity rule?

ALSO, RIP to Awesome Cone, from The Cone-Tractual Dispute.

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Todd and Holly?

This isn't Todd Alcott and Holly Golden, is it?

Cone Chicken

Is there a link to this cone chicken case Judge Hodgman keeps referencing. I vaguely remember something on the subject, but it has been so long my case memory has grown rusty.

RE: Todd and Holly?

It is, indeed.