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Underwood, Scotch, and Wry

underwoodArthur Byrne is a writer who had written a very successful novel, then nothing.  Living, perhaps, off of that brief notoriety he achieved tenure as a literature professor at a small college.  As you might gather by the title, Underwood, Scotch, and Wry, Arthur Byrne lives in the past, loves distilled liquids (and his teaching assistants) too much, and puts in way less effort than is necessary to even be considered below average as a teacher.  When he is assigned to teach a course in Social Media the end of his career seems nigh.