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Even fewer would agree to the brutal slogan that runs across the top of the poster in which Sam currently appears with five other men and women. The Undateables follows a group of men and women with various physical and mental disabilities as they try to find love. The man with Asperger’s steals his date’s chips and gets dumped.

Forget hearts and flowers, this is a shocker: “Love is blind, disfigured, autistic…” Actually, the slogan does not apply to this long-haired, music-loving Gillingham supporter who lives in a village in Kent and has a flair for making people laugh. The girl in a wheelchair sees her hopes of dating a tall man in uniform crushed, cruelly.

The mildly mentally retarded are considered to be “educable,” meaning that they can achieve academically at about a sixth-grade level.

The moderately mentally retarded have the capacity to acquire academic skills comparable to those of a non-impaired second grade student, which would include basic counting, telling time and recognizing commonly used words.

So do many other 27-year-old lads, but few would want their faces plastered on billboards all over the country as part of an advertising campaign for a television dating show. “Famous.” That may become true after Tuesday night, when the episode in which Sam appears is broadcast; but this series began causing offence even before it was first aired.for what Carla may lack in mental ability she certainly makes up for in her insistence on being independent, even to living in her own apartment.But if this isn't enough, into the mix comes a young man, equally challenged mentally, who moves Carla beyond anyone's control...Andrea Agnew has been writing professionally since 1993.Her articles have appeared in journals such as "Perceptual and Motor Skills" and "Traditionally Black Colleges and Universities Research Journal." She is a psychology instructor and holds a Master of Science degree in psychology from the University of South Alabama.Today’s adults with developmental delays and disabilities are already using technology to communicate with the outside world, help with everyday activities, and to keep track of daily responsibilities.