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It was a favorite tale this election season, of a young Ben Carson allegedly attempting to stab a friend with a knife.

The attempt, foiled by a belt buckle, caused him great remorse and led him to read Proverbs while locked in a bathroom.

“Never anything in between.” To accomplish this, Gottfried said she wanted to show the awkward, comedic side of dating.

“It helps to laugh about it and show we’re not alone,” she said.

Therefore we call the attention of all who are standing in the light to give consideration to such an enterprise.

In a scene from ‘s pilot episode, a self-centered law student named Ben laughs at Sarah F., when she admits she’s paints.

“I guess you don’t really have to worry about supporting yourself,” Ben says to a dismayed Sarah.

, a rabbinical student named David (actor Danny Hoffman, who also co-produces and writes episodes) goes on a blind date at Eighteen Restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, where he accidentally sits down across from Sarah F., a free-spirited artist with whom he instantly connects, until he’s led to the “right” girl, also named Sarah J., a larger than life superficial-type character played perfectly by Gottfried, who is too caught up with ordering food to actually catch the nuances and humor of his excuses that led him to be late.

This situation leads to a not-so-typical romantic encounter with David and Sarah, who take short breaks from their respective dates to meet at the back of the restaurant, where they dream up mural ideas and finish each other’s sentences.

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