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Ed Asner sits on a bench in front of the hardware store through the whole movie. Except at the end, when he is sitting inside at the table for the launch party of the B&B. See more »
When Rusty is trying to fix Brian's truck at the beginning of the film he has no accent. In the middle of the film when Brian and Tommy are in the General Store talking about Jenny and Daryl, Rusty walks up and starts talking with a thick southern accent. See more »
Interesting, but far-fetched idea...a stretch of the imagination here in this script, but cute girl in this movie always does it for me. I'm a sucker for them. I like the movie, even though Hallmark can be quite predictable with their choices. I think they can mix it up a bit more though, bringing more unpredictable love endings. I won't stop watching Hallmark movies just because they are predominantly predictable. Most people like happy endings, and I'm no exception to that desire. Regardless, thank you Hallmark Channel!
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