'Go On': Laura Benanti on working with Matthew Perry and delaying on-screen romance

The pilot for "Go On" has now aired three times -- a highly rated preview during NBC's Olympics coverage in August, plus two repeats that have pulled in decent numbers.Tuesday (Sept. 11), viewers will at last get to see the show's second episode, in which Ryan (Matthew Perry) continues to be frustrated at the way therapy group leader Lauren (Laura Benanti) runs their sessions. One thing you won't see, though -- at least not for quite a while -- is a budding romance between Lauren and Ryan. Or so Benanti hopes."I think we have to be really careful, because he's just lost his wife," Benanti tells Zap2it about the relationship between Lauren and Ryan, who's reluctantly attending therapy to help cope with his wife's death a month before the show begins. "I certainly don't want the audience to be like, 'Whoa, his therapist is making moves on him right after his wife died.' That's a...



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