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Carol Pilbasian (Character)
from "The Last Man on Earth" (2015)

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The Last Man on Earth: :  -- The year is 2022, and after an unlikely event, only one man is left on earth: Phil Miller, who used to be just an average guy who loved his family and hated his job at the bank. Now, in his RV, Phil searches the country for other survivors. He has traveled to every city, every town and every outpost in the United States, Mexico and Canada, and has found no one, which leads him to the painful realization that he is almost certainly the last living being on the face of the earth.
The Last Man on Earth: :  -- First look at Season 2 of Last Man on Earth on FOX, starring Will Forte.

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  1. "The Last Man on Earth"
        - Gender Friender (2017) TV episode, Played by Kristen Schaal
        - Double Cheeseburger (2017) TV episode, Played by Kristen Schaal
        - La Abuela (2017) TV episode, Played by Kristen Schaal
        - Wisconsin (2017) TV episode, Played by Kristen Schaal
        - Skeleton Crew (2017) TV episode, Played by Kristen Schaal
          (50 more)

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From "The Last Man on Earth: Alive in Tucson (#1.1)" (2015)
Phil Miller: I promise you - there's nothing to be afraid of!
Carol Pilbasian: [correcting] Nothing of which to be afraid.
Phil Miller: I just said that!
Carol Pilbasian: You can't end sentences with prepositions... 'nothing of which to be afraid' is the proper grammar.
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