Once again, George Findlay (Ken Finkleman) finds himself at a crossroads in life. Ditched by his live-in girlfriend Claire (Lauren Lee Smith) for his defiant attitude toward change and compromise, George reconnects with Virginia Hailwood (Lolita Davidovich), a socialite and trustafarian he had a fling with 20 years earlier. A self-absorbed, wealthy narcissist with little interest in deep emotional connections, it seems George has finally met his match. Add to that her media baron father and it's a spectacular package. Despite George's initial hesitation to meet Virginia's dad, it proves to be a fortuitous introduction landing George a new job running Mike Hailwood's yet-to-launch Canadian outpost of an American right-wing TV network. Virginia is pleased for her beau, albeit not enough to celebrate, and instead dashes off to see a friend's play in London. Bewildered by his new situation, George meets Tory (Jud Tylor) in his condo elevator. An inappropriately chatty young blonde, she ...