A 35-year old guy who got married right out of college finds himself newly divorced and ill-prepared to re-enter the dating scene.
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 Guy in Crowd / ... 2 episodes, 2008
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 Old Lady / ... 2 episodes, 2008
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 Elderly Person 2 episodes, 2008
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A 35-year old guy who got married right out of college finds himself newly divorced and ill-prepared to re-enter the dating scene.

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A comedy for the dumb at heart.

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The Rules for Starting Over  »

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The writer and singer of the theme song "Hey" is Ryan Gillmor. Gillmor has been producer for cast of Glee and is currently a member of the band LiT. See more »

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Referenced in Easy to Assemble: Personal Shopper (2008) See more »

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Hey!
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Rashida Jones's character on Unhitched
16 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

named Kate Frankola--that is actually my name! People I know told me about Unhitched for that reason before I even heard of the show. I know Kate is a common name, but I am wondering who came up with Frankola and why. Probably no one here knows, oh well, still cool. Anyone know how I can contact anyone in charge of naming characters on the show?

I wish I didn't have to write something worth ten lines. I'll leave ya'll with a poem, In Memoriam Mae Noblitt by AR Ammons:

This is just a place: we go around, distanced, yearly in a star's

atmosphere, turning daily into and out of direct light and

slanting through the quadrant seasons: deep space begins at our

heels, nearly rousing us loose: we look up or out so high, sight's

silk almost draws us away: this is just a place: currents worry themselves

coiled and free in airs and oceans: water picks up mineral shadow and

plasm into billions of designs, frames: trees, grains, bacteria: but

is love a reality we made here ourselves-- and grief--did we design

that--or do these, like currents, whine in and out among us merely

as we arrive and go: this is just a place: the reality we agree with,

that agrees with us, outbounding this, arrives to touch, joining with

us from far away: our home which defines us is elsewhere but not

so far away we have forgotten it: this is just a place.


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