Do we need a comma after the conjunction "and" below?
The umpire made a bad call, and, in the interest of fairness, he reversed his decision.
I think that the following sentence is better with just one comma:
The umpire made a bad call, and in the interest of fairness he reversed his decision.
I think the same could be said for the following (just one comma):
She acted like a brat, and quite frankly I think she should be grounded.
Do you agree with my one-comma sentence examples?