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  • * Corollary 1 to the above: Act important regardless of how many shows you've had.
  • * Overindulge in drugs and/or alcohol at your shows, openings, or open studios.

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In 2006, Clark was commissioned to write two short comedies for – and , both of which he co-wrote with Gary Reich. Clark was the main character in both shows, and appeared in , which was shown as ten one-minute clips on the channel, with lists of ten things people shouldn't do on a , such as "Ten things you shouldn't wear on a date". The clips began to appear on the and the approached him about doing a 30-minute show in the same format. The result was the pilot for , using the same style of short clips within a traditional sitcom. The pilot was filmed in a real house in London and first aired on on 27 September 2007.