Alex Gregory is a husband, a father, and a writer for television in Los Angeles. He has written for "The Late Show with David Letterman," "Frasier," and "King of the Hill." He was nominated for a Writers Guild Award for best writing for television animation. Gregory has contributed to The New Yorker since 1999 and is a rare cartoonist who creates his cartoons entirely on a computer.
Published January 15, 2007
Man speaking to his wife, both in bed, with their grown up son between them.
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