TOGETHER, THEY FIGHT CRIME!
The Guess: Dodd, who is planning to take the LSAT, graduates from law school and becomes a prosecutor (heavy on the “cute”), eventually unseating District Attorney Craig Watkins. Pros: This sounds like the best episode of Law & Order ever. The husband arrests the crooks, the wife throws the book at them, and then they meet up for a romantic dinner just before the closing credits. This needs to happen. Cons: None for us. For Dodd, a few years of law school, a few more doing grunt work for the DA’s office, and then the glamorous life of prosecuting some idiot who started a pot farm next door to the Dallas Police Academy. Odds: 5–1
MOTHER OF THE YEAR
The Guess: Dodd, realizing the obvious potential, decides to raise a slew of good-looking kids who either make the news or report it. Pros: Kids are cute and precocious. For instance, the other day, our 3-year-old son smiled and asked, “Daddy, where’s my freaking blue blanket?” Adorable. Cons: Later, our “adorable” son woke up at 4 am, stomped down the hall, and got in bed with us. We weren’t able to fall back asleep. Sarah, get out while you can. Odds: 3–1
“TONIGHT ON FOX 4 NEWS …”
The Guess: Dodd, after sitting around for a year or so exploring her options, gets back in the game with a vengeance, exposing corruption on a grand scale in literally every business, organization, and neighborhood association in town. Pros: She already knows how to do it. Plus, adding Dodd to a lineup that already includes Heather Hays and Megan Henderson? That’s a force to be reckoned with. Cons: Mike Doocy gets “handsy” in the cubicle area. Odds: 7–1