The premise is simple: two New Yorkers who have a bad memory of a college encounter ten years ago are forced to share an apartment, for strictly economic reasons. Miller has her sights set on a publishing career and can’t believe that Graynor makes spending money by talking on a phone-sex line. But when her job prospects tank, she uses her smarts to help Graynor expand her business and eventually becomes her partner.
Justin Long and Mark Webber contribute lively performances as the men (gay and straight, respectively), in the women’s lives. But it’s the female stars who really shine in this likable comedy—a sheep in R-rated wolf’s clothing.
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