Synopsis: A hot one-night stand turns into an awkward morning after when GUY and HOLLY get STUCK in a dead-stopped traffic jam. As they begrudgingly get to know each other, we learn of their sexually raucous evening and then they're led to their surprising destiny.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Stuart Acher
Production: Stuck Productions LLC
Rotten Tomatoes:
83 min

All right, you take that, fill it out,

and mail it in.

I've already filled this out.

Well, you can't be in the computer

until you fill it out and mail it in.

But I've already mailed this in.

That's how I got the appointment.

Well, you can't have an appointment

until you're in the computer.

But I have an appointment,

it was at 1:

and I've been waiting

for three and a half hours.

But you're not in the computer.

- But...

- You're not in the computer.

So you fill out the 976,

you mail it in to me

and I will make sure

you get an appointment.

Look, Mr. Lieber, this hasn't been

a good day for me, you know.

Can't you just take my word that

I've already sent this in or put me in now...

Sir, look, if you're willing

to follow procedures, we can work with you.

If not...

It's your choice.

Well, I guess I'd better fill this out, huh?

That's the procedure.

Hey, girl.


- What are you so happy about?

- Happy?

Yeah, you look like the cat

that got the canary.

I got some possible good news.

Oh, yeah? What?

I could use some right about now.

- I don't want to say.

- Why not?

I don't want to jinx it.

- Jinx it?

- Yeah.

I'll let you know.

Whatever, girl.

You going to HighLow tonight?

- Yeah, of course.

- That's what I'm talking about. T.G.I.F.

- Except I've got to work tomorrow.

- You do?

- Yeah.

- Why?

Petersen needed someone.

Oh, my God. Christ, girl,

you're gonna make us all look bad.

You should just tell Petersen that she needs

to get her fat ass in here and she needs...

Oh, my...

- See you tomorrow, then?

- Yes. Yes.

And, um, Tanya?

I will be coming in on Saturday.

Oh! Um...

Are you needing anyone to work tomorrow?

As a matter of fact, I do.

- Should I put you down for tomorrow?

- Sure.

Fine. We'll see you both tomorrow, then.

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