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Listed On : 08 November 2017

Directed by Carl Boese, Paul Wegener. With Paul Wegener, Albert Steinrück, Ernst Deutsch, Lyda Salmonova. In 16th-century Prague , a rabbi creates the Golem - …

Nailing the voice of the date card may be easier for some bachelors and bachelorettes than others, Carbone said, “because most of these date cards come from men—let’s be honest, most men are men of few words. And so that was also part of our strategy: Let’s make sure that it doesn’t feel like Cyrano de Bergerac was writing these things.” Though Carbone said he doesn’t think the producers tailor the date cards to individual bachelors or bachelorettes—the tone of the show itself must remain paramount—this may explain why the notes have sometimes seemed particularly … concise. “Let’s kick it,” read one of Nick Viall’s in a recent season, for a soccer date. There was also just “Everybody,” period, with some rare audio accompaniment, when a group date got to perform as backup dancers at a Backstreet Boys concert. This season on The Bachelorette , Rachel Lindsay’s date cards have offered at least a small hint of her personality: Remember “I’ve taken a viking to you,” before the Viking date? Or “I’m ‘copen’ to love,” in Copenhagen? Nick did get to give Rachel a “Where have you beignet all my life?” date card for a visit to New Orleans back in his season: What is it about Rachel that makes date card writers want to pun?

A wealthy man invites the local wealthy bachelors over for a puppet show about men who covet another man's wife. The puppeteer is actually a witch and gives the men nightmares about what could happen if they date the lady of the house.

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