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My name’s Daniel Ranalli and aside from this pilot for a comedy series, I’ve also written a feature-length script that will go into pre-production as soon as the director finishes his current project. In this pilot, though, we get to see into the mind of Dean, a grown man who imagines that he has super-speed and that he can have conversations with his movie posters, posters which his fiancé, Lyla, won’t even let him hang. Flashforward one year and one break-up later, Dean hits it off with Eve, the only girl who could ever out-nerd him. It just so happens, though, that one of her roommates is Lyla, Dean’s ex-fiancé. With Lyla’s blessing, Eve goes on a date with Dean, but one innocent quip is enough to make him think she might just be another controlling woman like Lyla. What Eve doesn’t know is that she just stepped on the first of many, many landmines hidden in the labyrinth that is Dean’s personality. Luckily, she has Lyla to guide her along, and show her how to date Dean. I mentioned that I was chosen to write a feature-length script for a movie, a project that will cost thousands of dollars and put many dozens of people to work, and just wanted to explain that it will start to go into pre-production within the upcoming months, as soon as he finishes his current project. Also, if you wanted to contact the director, his name is Andrew Akler, and you can find him on Stage 32.