‘Late Night’ makes late night look bleak for women. So we asked how bad it really is
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In the movie “Late Night,” which opened in limited release Friday, Mindy Kaling plays Molly Patel, a woman plucked from obscurity to help revitalize a long-running but creatively stagnant late-night show. As the only woman or person of color on the writing staff, she is not exactly welcomed with

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