A small business owner is about to lose her shop to a major corporate development.
He came...She came...They both came.
Did You Know?
The expression "Cup of Joe" may refer to coffee company founder Joe Martinson. There is a character in the movie named Martinson. See more
When Joel and Molly are seated in the big picture window of a coffee shop, gabbing, the sign for the subway stop across the street, although partially obscured, clearly says "__ Street Subway Station" (around the 31-minute mark). A minute later, the same sign says, "Upper W. Side Subway Station". (Of course neither sign really exists along the 2/3 line, which services my neighborhood.) See more
[at dinner party
So, uh, Molly...
Listen, before you ask me anymore questions from the Icebreaker Handbook, here's the 411: Upper Sweet Side NYC. Does the name ring a bell?
Yeah. Little candy shop?
Ding ding ding! Give the man a prize, he's a winner! What does he want Johnny? A new car! Yes, that is my store and I put my whole life into it.
I had no idea.
The only line you care about is the bottom line. Are you the kind of person I feel a strong connection to? Yes. Do I find you cute and funny?...
Shot on location in New York City, which is almost like another character. See more
Written by David Wain
Performed by David Wain See more