The Last Man on Earth (2015–2018)
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Raisin Balls and Wedding Bells 

Phil finally agrees to marry Carol even though he thinks it's rather silly, given that they are the last two people on Earth. Adjusting to married life goes well, until he suddenly runs into the beautiful, and unattached, Melissa.

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Jason Woliner

Writers:

Emily Spivey, Will Forte (created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Will Forte ... Phil Tandy Miller
Kristen Schaal ... Carol Pilbasian
January Jones ... Melissa Chartres
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Over a meal of ersatz meatballs made with raisins Phil agrees to marry Carol but the ceremony, with footballs and dummies as witnesses, almost fails to go ahead when Phil forgets the rings. This is rectified by a smash and grab at a jewellers, a wedding and a rather bizarre honeymoon night. As the days progress Phil gets used to his marital status and even starts to enjoy Carol's company - but then the lovely Melissa, literally, crashed into his life. Written by don @ minifie-1

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

8 March 2015 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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The is electric light in the jewellery shop when Carol selects her wedding ring. All utilities are out across the rest of town. See more »

Soundtracks

Marsz Mendelsona (Mendelson's March)
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Phil finally agrees to marry Carol even though he thinks it's rather silly,until he suddenly runs into the beautiful, and unattached, Melissa.
24 November 2015 | by thelastmanonearthorgSee all my reviews

The presence of another woman is going to throw Phil's newfound world view for a spin: it's the first real test for our surrogate Adam and Eve characters, the tugs of normal civilization threatening to beat the both of them down into the lesser people they were – and continues The Last Man on Earth on this interesting path of character exploration through comedy, at what happens when two slightly obnoxious, self- serving human beings find themselves desperately seeking out the company of another, even if it's somebody we don't necessary like. There will always be things (events, personality traits, shared experiences) that bring us together as human beings, even if we don't necessary like each other. As Phil says, it's better to eat rotten raisin balls with another human being, then suffer through the worst moments of life alone.


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