E.J. Baxter has what she considers the trifecta of New York perfection: the perfect job as a PR executive with Lillah Sherwood's firm where she is the miracle maker; the perfect apartment; and the perfect man in her fiancé and coworker, Noah. E.J.'s life comes crashing down just before Christmas when she is fired from her job, and finds out that Noah is cheating on her, which not only leads to her calling off their engagement but changing what were to be their romantic holiday plans. After a few months of not being able to find a job with a reputable rival PR firm because of no one willing to cross Lillah, E.J. is forced to accept one of the two less than perfect jobs offered to her. The job that she accepts from Mayor Bob Baker is to work in Kalispell, Montana - population 19,000 and located hours from a large city - on a one year contract for its tourist board to encourage corporate retreats to the town. E.J. is a fish out of water in Kalispell, but finds that there are some ...
Calendar Girls meets The Full Monty
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's character talks to her sister about The Wizard of Oz
(1939); Chenoweth starred in the Broadway musical production "Wicked" which parallels the story depicted in the classic film. See more
You know what gets me? When people have no problem with graphic violence but are horrified by the slightest display of the human body. No wonder the rest of the world thinks we're nuts.
[points to Will across the street
Speaking of the disapprovers.
Ah, Will. He's a piece of work. You know what the thing is? We used to be best friends. We practically grew up together. Then, when his sporting goods stores became successful, he had a chance to help me get the job I really wanted, but instead...
References The Wizard of Oz
Auld Lang Syne
Words by Robert Burns
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