Public Relations

Synopsis:
Genre: Comedy
 
IMDB:
7.0
Year:
2010
7 Views


my guru on the other side of the hill at 9.

Let's go.

Ronald, I have ecology club before

class, you're gonna make me late.

Dont rush me, it'll blight my digestion.

Aunt Candy!

Leave your aunt Candice alone.

I'm sure she's exhausted from traveling.

Off!

We are so thrilled to see you. Really.

But we are running absurdly late. Make

yourself at home. The guesthouse is all yours.

That's my room.

Jessie don't be selfish.

- Where am I gonna ...

- We are running late.

Mark's assistant will get you settled.

Oh. Don't worry. He he.

Whose that?

I brought my own.

So you broke it off with that

nice guy from your office?

Mm mm. He was very sweet.

But I felt sort of lukewarm about it.

I don't know.

Well he's really hot.

How do you know what he looks like?

We're friends now. I poked him.

Mom! You're on Facebook?

Take this all down. It creeps me out.

Hey. Tomorrow is her birthday.

So?

So do you want me to pick something up?

I hear cupcakes are all their age here.

Well...

Sorry.

It will pale in comparison to Magnolia Bakery.

Well, I can have an intern overnight then?

No.

Just drive around until you find something.

and after that you're free until tomorrow.

But tomorrow is Saturday.

I own you until I fire you!

Yeah. I just gave you

the night off, so get yourself laid.

Oh, before shift it, drop me by Mark's.

He's gonna help me find

some potential clients out here.

People in LA are so fucked up.

It's great for our business.

I thought we were taking some

time off to find yourself.

Do I look like a hippie?

Hello.

I survived the time-jump. I'm

alive and well in Los Angeles.

Congratulations. It means there's

actually one person in the city I like now.

Oh Stop it. I know you have a

thing for that mail-room kid, Kevin.

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