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April 22 2016

Michelle McNamara, writer and wife of Patton Oswalt, dies at 46. Our condolences to her family and friends.

Such a tragedy. My condolences to Patton and his family.
Oh! This is SO sad. My condolences, also. I can't even imagine ... nor do I want to. Sending virtual hugs.
I'm so sorry to hear this. My sympathies to her family and friends.
Truly saddening news. Heartfelt condolences to Patton and his family :(
This is just terrible. :(
This may be the hardest thing you ever go through, Patton. Be kind to yourself.
So sad. My condolences to her loved-ones.
Words cannot express my sympathy. I, unfortunately, do know the pain involved, as lost my beloved girlfriend nearly a decade ago. It destroys your world, and I sincerely hope Mr Oswalt has a loving and supportive personal network to turn to in this trying time. I wish him the best. With luck and the love of friends and family, his recovery will be easier.
My sympathy to Patton and her family. She was much too young.
So terribly sad. And it just is awful. Patton, you and your family are in my thoughts.
How horrible. My deepest sympathies to Patton and their family.
I felt like I knew her from listening to his comedy which often centered on her. His comedy got me through the death of my wife. I just wish I could do something to help him through this.
Very sad to hear, my condolences.

From the perspective of his participation in Whedon's fiction, his role in Dollhouse, particularly his recollections in Man on the Street, becomes, painfully, all the more poignant.

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