Lucy is a wannabe writer who hides behind a dead end job in her hometown. When her girlfriend decides to move away and Lucy can't find the courage to go with her, she winds up in bed with her best friend from high school, Dante. She receives a letter of acceptance to a writer's fellowship across the country, which she burns. Lucy tries to forget about Tracy, and continue her friendship with Dante, leaving the affair behind, but to no avail when she discovers she is pregnant. Continuing with her thankless delivery job she meets a lawyer whose snobby exterior softens as she comes on to Lucy after fixing her car which has broken down in the corporate office park. Dante, meanwhile, decides to pull the Catholic, Italian guilt thing and insists Lucy keep the baby. Lucy walks away from him, deciding to take time to make this decision for herself. After taking a look at the people around her and examining her life's choices, Lucy decides that it would be unfair to give up this baby just ... Written by
Life ain't like the sea, she don't come in just 'cause you're standing there on the shore.
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We've gotta be the only two hosts in the world to throw a mostly queer party and wind up in bed together.
No. It's very 'tales of the city.'