Jane Goodale has everything going for her. She's a producer of a popular daytime talk show, and is in a hot romance with the show's dashing executive producer Ray. When Ray unexpectedly dumps her, she begins an extensive study of male behavior to try to find out what makes men tick. Her "research" leads her to become an overnight sensation/guru for single women everywhere. When Jane begins to use her womanizing roommate and co-worker Eddie as fodder for her research, she finds both humor and answers where they were least expected.Written by
Tony Goldwyn objected to the change from the title from the book ("Animal Husbandry"), but gave into the new title after some persuasion from the marketing department. See more »
Before Jane shakes hands with Isabel, her hand is not holding any tissue paper but when she shakes hand she was holding some tissue paper. Her hand is seen not holding any tissue paper once they stopped shaking hands. See more »
It's over. Why can't you just let it go?
Because I was happy. Because if this theory is wrong, men don't leave all women, Eddie. They leave me.
I know it hurts. I know. It's so hard to believe that something that wonderful can ever happen to us again, but it can.
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Thanks to the University of Kentucky Wildcats Cheerleading Team. See more »
There is an alternate ending sequence on the DVD. The final exchange between Jane and Eddie take place on a rooftop, and not in the street like in the released version. See more »
I must admit I generally watch this movie for Ashley Judd's cheerleading demonstration. OK, I'm shallow. But she IS pretty hot in that scene! Otherwise the film is an enjoyable enough comedy---if far from great--- about young adults trying to make sense of the opposite sex, dating, living together, and all the other pre-marital situations. Ashley likens men to bulls, who copulate with as many cows as possible because, she contends, the bulls get quickly bored with the same old cow. Silly premise, but her personality carries the film; she is always enjoyable to watch. Marisa Tomei is also on hand, and she is under-utilized, unfortunately.
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