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Once your client’s site begins to grow, its performance needs may change. But when it slows down, do you know where to begin troubleshooting? Special guest Anna Brown suggests using the New Relic tool to help narrow down issues quickly and decisively. We talk about how to identify site issues and to deal with them, whether involves the front-end or the CMS. We explore client budgets and the practicalities of investing in performance diagnostics, as well as how the data you glean can help you make better optimization choices. < Download MP3 >      < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: Vote for CTRL+CLICK New Relic Varnish Performance Monitoring with New Relic EE - Removing index.php from URLs Transactions dashboard Transaction traces Apdex Stash Mustash Add-on Development with Mark Croxton InnoDB EE - Output and Debugging PageSpeed YSlow FlightRecorder AppNeta Server Density Ruxit AppDynamics Donate to CTRL+CLICK Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Daniel Fowler was determined to use Statamic, a flat-file CMS, for a giant site rehaul, despite creator Jack McDade’s reservations! Tune in to hear ​why he, ​as the ​Web Manager for The University of Georgia College of Education, forged ahead with the system. We chat Statamic’s benefits, the challenges he encountered (and what he did to overcome), and perhaps more importantly, how he navigated the realities of managing ​the people and politics​ behind a large web project. < Download MP3 >      < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: Revisions (Rendered) HTML Caching HipChat When is Statamic 2 Coming? Statamic Membership Raven Bloodhound Pixel Fear: Calendar Built with Statamic Interview: Daniel Fowler Statamic for building a more complex site Donate to CTRL+CLICK Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
More people are visiting the web on mobile than they do desktop today! Responsive retrofitting can be a cost-effective way to go beyond a desktop-only experience ASAP. Emily and Lea break down the importance of mobile-friendly sites and different ways you can tackle mobile-friendly projects based on client budget and priorities. We share front-end techniques and other processes that help prioritize audience and client goals, regardless of what device they use to access their site. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: All digital growth now coming from mobile usage 61% of your site visitors will leave your site if it has poor mobile experience 19% of Americans &nbsp;(That’s over 57 million people) depend on smartphone Google: Continuing to make the web more mobile friendly Mobile Speed Matters Strathcona High School case study Google’s mobile interstitial penalty Use Legible Font Sizes Ben Callahan Lea Verou’s Contrast Ratio tool When it comes to social media sharing, mobile rules Can we trust the Rorschach Test? The Range Cafe Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Ups and downs in business are a given, but we don’t often talk about the downs. Without talking about our failures, though, how can we learn and find success in difficult times? So we’re giving you a peek behind the curtains at Bright Umbrella, sharing some of the business challenges we faced this year — including losing our largest client — and the changes we’re trying. No guaranteed solutions (just yet), but maybe we can all learn from each other! &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Become a #ctrlclickfan! Partners Counseling presentation at Owner Summit Demystifying the Web for Clients series Closing the Loop Email Craft Slack Bureau of Digital events Business Impact NW Ask a Manager Udemy Louder Than Ten Workshops Book Yourself Solid Never Split the Difference Extreme Ownership Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
When we go online, the stresses and triggers of our offline lives go with us. So the apps, sites and technology we use online need to account for those stressors. Special guest Beth Dean returns to the show, this time to talk about emotional intelligence in design. She shares her own lessons learned working at Facebook, trying to anticipate and avoid the friction that can occur when the design process doesn’t consider the human factor. Beth also offers tips for how to be more emotionally intelligent in both design and development, including embracing diversity in the workplace, identifying stress scenarios early in the process, and emphasizing the user throughout. < Download MP3 >      < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: Lesbians Who Tech Facebook real-name policy controversy Facebook authentic identity Kaiser Permanente’s Innovation on the Front Lines Facebook On This Day Facebook Year in Review Humanizing Business with Whitney Hess Improving Diversity in Tech with Ashe Dryden & Faruk Ateş Emotional Intelligence in Design MyTransHealth Design for Real Life Practical Empathy: For Collaboration and Creativity in Your Work Donate to CTRL+CLICK Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
The service agreements you sign with your clients are more than just legal contracts. They are core to your business operations and client relationships. So you need to get them right! Lawyers Gabe Levine and Josh Barrett join the show to discuss what client services agreements like MSAs and SOWs need to include — specifically for creatives and digital agencies. They explain the importance of working with agreements that are custom to your services, as well as with a lawyer who understands those services. And they detail the Standard Agreement they created with Bureau of Digital, which is not only geared toward digital services but is free for anyone to use! &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Groundwork Legal CreateLegal Owner Summit 2018 Owner Summit 2018: Bureau Standard Form of Agreement for Digital Services The Bureau Standard Form of Agreement for Digital Services Service Agreement Field Manual Discount codes for Josh&apos;s Service Agreement Field Manual Digital PM Summit Bureau of Digital events Owner Summit 2019 Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
How can we improve diversity in design leadership? Access. Access to resources, education, other designers … access to the knowledge that design is even a career to pursue in the first place. We chat with Microsoft’s Product Design &amp; Culture Lead Timothy Bardlavens about the lack diversity in the design industry and in leadership, in particular. We discuss the challenges of “diversity programs” that don’t actually deliver what people need, and how genuine leadership is needed for even grass-roots efforts to find success. He shares how basic access and radical transparency can be the start of change, but also reflects on the reality that change still seems to lie on the shoulders of the people who need it most. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Dear AIGA, Goodbye. Diversity &amp; Inclusion Taskforce Women Lead Initiative Gender Equity Toolkit Trevor Noah, Diversity And The Challenges Of Late Night In 2015 Let Samantha Bee show you how to hire more women Why Women Don’t Apply for Jobs Unless They’re 100% Qualified ‘I felt so alone’: What women at Microsoft face, and why many leave Julie (radical transparency) Design + Diversity Design + Diversity Fellowship Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
If you want to solve a problem, you need to first understand the problem. That’s why data is core to Black Tech Mecca’s City Assessment Framework, which is helping increase Black participation in Chicago’s tech industry. CEO Fabian Elliott joins the show to explain BTM’s mission and how they use data as the foundation for change. He details their holistic approach, focusing on education, corporate and entrepreneurship. He also shares how BTM’s framework and model can help other cities and communities, including the annual State of the Black Tech Ecosystem conference. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Black Tech Mecca (BTM) Black Tech Ecosystem DECA Inc The Mis-Education of the Negro State of the Black Tech Ecosystem Careless Whisper Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Is your phone always by your side? Founder &amp; CEO of the The Unique Empire Sonja Rasula says it’s time to disconnect in order for creativity to flourish and allow stronger human connection. In the first episode of 2018, we dive into the contradictory nature of technology as it simultaneously draws us closer and further apart. We discuss simple changes that allow you to regularly disconnect from your devices, how removing devices during meetings can improve communication, and ultimately, how to nurture human connection for better work and life. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Unique Markets The Unique Space The Unique CAMP The Paradox of Choice Extreme Ownership The Creative Habit Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Don’t expect your clients to understand every aspect of the web — that’s our job! And the first step to improving sales and client relationships is to break down technical language barriers. Industry terms can confuse and intimidate, so Emily and Lea share analogies and scenarios that more clearly explains the value of web design at every step. Through non-technical explanations (complete with examples) Emily and Lea bridge the gap between what we do as web designers and how it relates to client values and goals. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: 10 Reasons Online Marketing Is Smarter Than Traditional Marketing Can you justify design? Merriam-Webster definition of “ambivert” LaineyGossip.com Never Split the Difference Deep Sea Sugar &amp; Salt’s Instagram Settlers of Catan Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Performance matters. Tune in to hear real-world examples on how Lea and Emily tackle their client site speed issues! From fixing emergencies to thoughtful rebuilds, we discuss the specific ways we manage client expectations, budgets and resources while isolating bottlenecks. We reveal real solutions to fixing slow EE sites from different angles, including front-end, and discuss why it’s important to fix, test, and review in the first place! &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Pingdom Diagnosing Performance Using New Relic EE: Debugging &amp; Output WebPageTest.org YSlow Pingdom GT Metrix Google PageSpeed Insights Build Automation Using Gulp with Dan Tello Amazon S3 Cloudfront CloudFlare Low Variables Stash CE Cache Mustash EE Layouts Kirby Statamic The QA Process with Lewis Francis 8oz Burger &amp; Co. Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Are you pricing your services correctly? Do you know what it costs to just maintain your business? Are you making a profit? Do you know how to correctly estimate? How do you talk to clients and prospects about budgets and costs? If you work for yourself and you aren’t asking yourselves these questions, then you may be hurting the future of your business. Special guest Brad Weaver joins the show to offer practical pricing tips and strategies that can help your business today—as in right now! We talk about shop rates vs. billing rates and how to calculate both. Brad shares suggestions for accurate estimating, as well as different pricing options that make sense for different types of project. And we also discuss ways to talk to clients and prospects about money and value. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Creative Truth What to Charge The Designer’s Guide to Marketing and Pricing: How to Wing Clients and What to Charge Them The Wealthy Freelancer Creative Inc: The Ultimate Guide to Running a Successful Freelance Business Design is a Job Double Your Freelancing Pricing Design ConvergeSE AIGA HOW Design Live conference Paul Jarvis nuSchool General Assembly Atlanta Future Insights Live Skillshare Slack Hankook Taqueria Chvrches Josh Ritter Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
At the end of last year, well-renowned digital agency Vector Media Group acquired the equally-renowned Happy Cog. Why? And what does it mean for our industry? We get the details from Vector partners Matt Weinberg and Stuart Henry, who explain how the idea of an acquisition evolved over time and how quickly the deal came together once decided. They share the nuances of reassuring both clients and staff, as well as the challenges of merging processes and services. We also get their perspective on the digital agency landscape, along with advice for other agencies that are considering joining forces. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Vector announcement Happy Cog announcement Businesswire press release Defy Ventures Make a Wish Foundation CTRL+CLICK CAST Instagram Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher
How do you decide whether to upgrade your CMS or if it’s time to consider new software? Do you understand the benefits of one or the other? In Part 1 of this series, Emily and Lea discuss the benefits of upgrading or migrating sites from a client’s perspective. We break down how the decision goes beyond tech, share processes with real-world scenarios, how we compare software, and quick tips on how to decide which direction to go. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Using page speed in mobile search ranking Don&apos;t Wait for Disaster to Strike! Upgrade Your Nonprofit CMS 3 Signs It’s Time to Migrate to a New CMS Beyond WordPress: Choosing the Right CMS Viget: Going Off-the-Shelf: WordPress vs. Craft vs. Drupal vs. Shopify Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Workplace inequality is a tough issue to tackle — maybe a change in perspective is needed! Mattel’s Vanessa Dewey, lead of Development and Creative Experiences, joins the show to tackle how design thinking may be the way to break through. We discuss corporate policies and how to navigate being a woman in the workplace. We share communication techniques, impress the importance of empathy and the ROI of a more equitable workplace. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Fearless Feedback Humanizing Business How Airbnb is Building Culture Through Belonging Facebook Analog Lab Standford d.school IDEO Frog IBM Design When Everyone is Doing Design Thinking, Is It Still a Competitive Advantage Rise of the DEO Women-led companies perform 3x better than the S&amp;P 500 Uber’s new CEO: “I have to tell you, I am scared.” Why Iceland is the best place int he world to be a woman Women will wait 217 years for pay gap to close, WEF says Why Women Don’t Apply for Jobs Unless They’re 100% Qualified Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss The Hidden Power of Assuming Positive Intent We Don’t Do That Here Pinterest: helping creatives right the ratio Ladies Get Paid AIGA Women Lead Gender Equity Toolkit Scientific American The Factory Kitchen @vandewcandew Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
npm, Inc. co-founder and COO Laurie Voss joins the show to talk about trends in web development — frameworks, component architectures, performance and more. Laurie provides more than a technical view; he offers a nuanced, bigger-picture perspective about trends reflecting evolution and pushing innovation. We talk about the practical pros and cons of implementing a trend like React, but also how trends offer even broader benefits to the industry overall. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Every Bootstrap Website Ever Web development has two flavors of graceful degradation Stuff Everybody Knows LBGTQ in Technology Sponsored By
Creativity evangelist Denise Jacobs returns to the show to illustrate how we can excel by banishing our inner critic! We discuss the real science with how we hold ourselves back, plus practical techniques that help you push through. We discuss comparisons and envy, define expertise and challenge perceptions of what self-esteem means. We share personal experiences but go beyond feel-good points as Denise shares actionable ways you can silence that inner critic today. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Demystifying the Web Series CSS Detective Guide Neuroplasticity Metacognitive strategies Self-Compassion by Dr. Kristin Neff Parks &amp; Recreation James Clear Susan Goldin-Meadow Kinesthetic learning You’re The Average Of The Five People You Spend The Most Time With Her Wild American Self by M. Evelina Galang Fratellino innercriticbook.com Leave us a review on iTunes Review the show on Stitcher Sponsored By
You can’t be a great web developer if you don’t take care of your mental health. Jamie Strachan, web developer and mental health advocate, stops by the show to explain the practical techniques that cognitive behavioral therapy provides and how it ties to developer mindset. Listen in as we share our own stories alongside Jamie’s, what we’ve done to overcome mental health issues, how we can help others, and other practical therapies. Let’s help our industry and community be better mental health advocates so we can all live our best (personal and professional!) lives. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Success from Failure Banish Your Inner Critic World Mental Health Day 2017 Mental Illness Awareness Week Mental Health Continuum Model Feeling Good (CBT book) Acceptance and Commitment therapy The Happiness Trap (ACT book) Pacifica (CBT and mindfulness app) List of cognitive distortions Open Sourcing Mental Illness Prompt Geek Mental Help Mental Illness Happy Hour We All JS Rands Leadership Slack The slides from Debugging Our Feelings National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Veterans Crisis Line Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator Brainspotting Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guiin Avalon board game Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Design systems can be confusing, especially when people are still trying to define what it means! Adobe Design Engineer Sarah Federman stops by the show to explain what design systems are, why they’re important and the details in their actual creation. We explain how modularity is built in to design systems and how it’s evolved through the years. We touch on how crucial developers are to design systems, how to adapt design systems even for small teams, and share tips on explaining the time and costs saved when a design system is in place. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Adobe Spectrum Neopets single source of truth (SSOT) Sketch Adobe XD table stakes Dan Mall&apos;s Distinct Design Systems Yelp Styleguide Pattern Lab Fractal Brent Jackson&apos;s Styled System Redlines GitHub Danny Banks Style Dictionary Salesforce Theo Design Tokens Designing an App Using the Material Design Sticker Sheet React Native InVision Design Systems ebook Alla Kholmatova Designs Systems Book Abstract design version control React Sketch app HTML Sketch app Salesforce Lightning Design System Shopify Polaris GE’s Predix Design System Adele Figma Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
The grand finale! Emily and Lea discuss the technical execution of ctrlclickcast.com’s mobile-friendly refresh. We chat about what it took to translate the design into a more modular, modern front-end as well as the challenges and process to upgrade the site to the latest version of ExpressionEngine. Tune in to find out more—plus a major announcement! &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Fitts&apos;s Law ARIA roles AblePlayer Starter Files Cloudflare Podtrac UTM tags ExpressionEngine native template partials DataGrab Assets Tagger Bloqs Stash Font Awesome Font Awesme The complete guide to SVG: the power of sprites Rick Springfield Andy Gibb Special Olympics Animal Humane New Mexico Joseph Oliveros Transcription Our sound editor Goran Krznaric&apos;s Email Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Is copy the same as content? Can copy influence design? Professional copywriter Stephanie Morillo joins the show to explain copywriting and how it impacts user experience. She shares examples of copy on the web — such as headings, form labels, alerts and notifications — and details how copy helps you connect with your audience and support your brand. Stephanie talks about where copywriting fits into the project process, as well as the importance of collaboration with stakeholders. She also shares great resources to help improve your copywriting and be consistent with copy, not just on your website but in all of your messaging. &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: #WOCinTech Chat WOC in Tech photos Copyblogger Chicago Manual of Style Merriam-Webster Dictionary AP Stylebook MailChimp Content Style Guide 18F Content Guide Making a case for letter casing The Copywriter&apos;s Handbook Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
What have we learned in another 100 eps? We celebrate this milestone — again! — by highlighting must-listen episodes from our perspective and yours! Tune in for what we’ve learned, our most downloaded episodes, and some rather nice reviews. Let’s celebrate 4 years of conversations about the web! &lt; Download MP3 &gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&lt; Listen on ctrlclickcast.com &gt; Show Notes: Color w/ Geri Coady Niche Identity &amp; Branding w/ the FlyDuo Emotional Intelligence in Design w/ Beth Dean Web Development Trends w/ Laurie Voss Data Driven Design w/ Matthew Oliphant Professionalism w/ Dan Mall Overwhelmed by Code w/ Susan Robertson Practical Pricing w/ Brad Weaver Demystifying Web Design for Clients Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Curious about flexbox? Web designer, developer and author Zoe Gillenwater says the flexible box model ranks high among what seasoned web developers should learn now. We discuss what the hype is about, how it differs from other layout methods, and where it’s best used. We also talk about the changing landscape of layout methods overall, and Zoe shares simple and complex use cases for flexbox. < Download MP3 >      < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: CSS Flexible Box Module CSS Grid Layout Module Modernizr @supports rule flex-wrap Autoprefixer The Guardian's website CodePen Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) flexbugs Flexbox Froggy Sublime Text skyscanner Flexbox Cheat Sheet Flexbox in 5 Flexbox layout isn't slow Don't Use Flexbox for Page Layout CodePen: Pure CSS off-canvas menu with flexox CodePen: Tournament Grid CodePen: Flexbox Video Control Haesje Claes Stone Temple Pilots Red Hot Chili Peppers Donate to CTRL+CLICK Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Moving beyond our introduction to Perch, we dive a bit deeper into its benefits with developer Phil Smith! He explains why he uses Perch and what sites are ideal for the CMS. He also details his experience with larger sites using Perch Runway, and discusses an actual project that utilizes the upcoming Perch Shop ecommerce plugin. We also discuss what we, as developers, generally look for in a CMS. < Download MP3 >      < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: perchd.io resources Perch Shop Perch Runway Perch Support Infinite monkey theorem Sussex Wildlife Trust Design is a Job Moltin ecommerce API 24ways.org PerchCMS on GitHub 24 Ways 2012 on GitHub Language of Modular Design Responsive Day Out Progresive Output Flushing Chicago house Donate to CTRL+CLICK Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
Special guest Andrew Welch joins the show to help us take a deeper look at Twig, the templating language for Craft CMS. We discuss some of the features that developers should consider for more efficient development, namely filters and macros. Andrew details real-world cases for using both, including localization and logic for complex looping. He also shares his favorite resources for learning Twig and Craft, as well as his recommended best practices for coding with Twig. < Download MP3 >      < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: Twig Craft CMS Symfony Bolt Buffer Craft Plugins Craft Cheat Sheet Templating in EE vs. Craft Craft Slack Setting Up a Localized Site Yii Twig Filters Craft Filters Twig Macro Using Macros in Twig and Craft DokuWiki What does Dev Mode do? Controlling The Cache: Using Edge Side Includes In Varnish Donate to CTRL+CLICK Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Sponsored By
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Podcast Details

Started
Aug 7th, 2014
Latest Episode
Mar 7th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
120
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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