Now that Andrew and Zelda have been together for a week on A to Z, it's time for the next phase of their relationship: Googling each other.
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But what they find on the information superhighway might make them regret going down that rabbit hole. In the exclusive sneak peek of Thursday's episode (9:30/8:30c, NBC) below, Zelda ...
Andrew has gotten the girl of his dreams on A to Z, but he now has a nightmare to deal with.
We're not talking about Zelda (Cristin Milioti), but that other girl. Yes, there's another girl... sort of. As seen in the exclusive sneak peek below, Andrew (Ben Feldman) had a ...
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A to Z creator Ben Queen won't share what will happen to Andrew and Zelda after eight months on his new NBC comedy, but he can guarantee one thing.
"I can promise she won't die," Queen tells TVGuide.com. "Cristin [Milioti] is a delight. I want to keep her around."
Milioti — who is "very flattered" by the outrage at her How I Met Your Mother fate — plays Zelda, the "Z" to Andrew's (Ben Feldman) "A" on the comedy (premieres Thursday, 9:30/8:30c). She's a tough-as-nails lawyer who doesn't believe in love. He's a heart-on-his-sleeve hopeless romantic who sings Celine Dion in the car and is convinced that he saw Zelda in a silver dress at a party two years ago. "They will date for eight months, three weeks, five days and one hour," omniscient narrator Katey Sagal tells us. "This television program is the comprehensive account of their relationship from A to Z."
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The almost-too-clever set-up sounds like (500) Days of How I Met Your Mother, which is fine with Queen as a shorthand. "I see the comparisons. I don't ...