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This comic quartet, making their returns to TV, discusses getting older, technology and how comedy has changed

Starring a quartet of seasoned comedy veterans in David Alan Grier, Martin Mull, Vicki Lawrence and Leslie Jordan, the new Fox comedy "The Cool Kids" raised a few eyebrows as it entered this fall's lineup. Once the proud incubator of edgier fare such as "The Simpsons," the so-called new Fox of 2018 is betting on a retirement home sitcom led by actors who earned acclaim in boundary-pushing comedies from decades past.

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Sarayu Blue on ‘I Feel Bad’

Actress Sarayu Blue admits she's not living up to the illusion of the ideal woman. "I'm a disaster," she gasps, "do you know how many thank-you cards I haven't written? I just can't keep up. I feel guilty if I don't remember someone's birthday on time. I feel guilty if I don't call my mom on a certain day – not even a birthday – just any day. I feel bad if I don't remember to get a present," she says.

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Around the remote: Chuck Barney’s TV and streaming picks for Sept. 23-29

DON'T MISS: "Murphy Brown" – More than 30 new and returning shows will launch their seasons this week and there isn't room to list them all here. But we'll certainly take time to welcome back an old friend. After 20 years off the air, this iconic sitcom returns to prime time as Candice Bergen and most of the original cast reprise their roles. The reboot has a bored Murphy coming out of retirement to launch a roundtable cable TV news program. (9:30 p.m. Thursday, CBS).