When George (Ken Finkleman) and Claire (Lauren Lee Smith) attend the screening of a pretentious art film, it's all George can do not to scream in agony. And when the director (Lindsay Owen Pierre) approaches them in the lobby afterward, George can only offer comments on the man's suit. Embarrassed, Claire is effusive and grabs the attention of the director who decides to cast her in his new film, a vérité love story starring him. After hearing the story of the encounter, Doug suggests that in future, George enlist the universal "fucked up" in response to people seeking feedback. In most circumstances, they will take it as a compliment. The theory proves true when George meets with Scott (Adam M. Reid) and Matt, (Max Reid) a pair of extremely stoned up-and-coming writers. Despite their questionable talents, George's words prove encouraging. Now being sued by the most beautiful woman in the world (Christine Tizzard), George agrees to have lunch with her and hopefully get her to drop her lawsuit. When he fails to convince her after promising another non-existent development deal, he realizes that his salvation may lie with the film director he so despises. Meanwhile, despite George's reservations, Claire is off to try her hand at acting. He warns her that the French Canadian is a talentless buffoon, but she won't listen. And when George refuses to drop it, he finds himself sleeping on the couch.- Written by Shaftesbury Films
George is irritated when a pompous French Canadian director casts Claire in his next film.- Written by Shaftesbury Films
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