Weather Girl

Synopsis: Sylvia, approaching 35, is the "sassy weather girl" at a Seattle TV station. On a live broadcast, she castigates her boyfriend Dale (who's the show's anchorman) for sleeping with his co-anchor; then she quits. She'd been living with Dale, who explains himself by saying she's cold, so she moves in temporarily with her younger brother Walt. His neighbor Byron, a computer programmer, is always in Walt's flat working. While Sylvia looks for a job, Byron offers himself as a no-strings-attached rebound-sex partner, with the condition that she not tell Walt. How will she respond, and what about finding work, living with her brother, sorting things out with Dale, and being cold?
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Blayne Weaver
Production: Regent Releasing
  2 wins.
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92 min

- Da, da - Da, da!

[Slow instrumental music]

- [Sniffling]

- One minute, people.

- I still have to do touch-ups

on Sylvia.

- What are you telling me for?

Where the hell is Sylvia?

- Hi, Iowa.

How now, brown cow.

- Hey, Dale?

- Yeah, yeah.

How's it going, Josh?

- It's okay.

It's okay.

Look, Dale,

Sylvia seems to be M.I.A.

- Well,

that's not very professional.

- No, no, it's not.

- Damn unprofessional,

if you ask me.

- And I agree.

Any idea where she may be?

- Now, how would I know that,

Josh, hmm?

I'm not my weather girl's

keeper, right?


- Yeah, it's just that

we're on in about 25 seconds,

And I know

you and she are close.

So if you have any idea

where she may be...

- Josh, my personal life

is my business.

Are we clear on that?


Are we?

- Sure.


- I'm going now.


Ms. Miller?

Um, Ms. Miller,

everybody's waiting,

And we're on in 20 seconds.

She's not answering.

I don't really--

I got her.

[Indistinct conversation]

- Jesus Christ, Sylvia.

- Not cool, Syl.

Not cool.

- All right, we got her.

- All right, ten seconds.

- Rolling at her.

[Theme music]

- This is Seattle Morning

With Dale Waters,

Sherry Warren,

And sassy weather girl

Sylvia Miller.

- Count it off.

- Five, four...

- three, two...

- [Laughs]

- [Giggles]

- Oh, what a great morning.

- Oh, not too shabby,


- Good morning, Seattle.

And good morning to you,


- Good morning to you, Dale.

- You look great this morning,


- Oh, stop it.

You're making me blush.

- No, seriously.

- Oh.

- You look great, seriously.

Doesn't she look great?

- Come on, you.

- Let's say hello

to our sassy weather girl.

- Mmm.

- Good morning, Sylvia.

- Good morning, Sylvia.

- [Laughs sarcastically]

- Did we lose Sylvia?

- What?

What's going on?

- She's not talking.

- The rain is sure

coming down out there, Sylvia.

How long is it gonna

go on like this?

- Forever, Dale.

This is Seattle.

In case you haven't noticed,

The weather here sucks.

- [Chuckles]

- Well, I think

it's romantic, Dale.

- Go to camera three, please.

- ...A stroll in

the rain with your sweetheart.

- Oh, God, shut up.

Shut up, shut up,

you squeaky little b*tch.

- Whoa, whoa, whoa.

We don't call her

"Our sassy weather girl"

for nothing, folks.

Let's go to a commercial.

- Okay.

- You know what, Dale?

Before we do that,

There is something

that I would like to share

With our viewing audience.

- Well, I don't think that's

such a great idea, Sylvia.

- I don't care what you think,

you arrogant prick.

In fact, why don't you just

sit there

And look stupid.

- [Laughs]

- Whatever you do,

do not cut.

Do not cut.

- So this is a little segment

that I like to call

"Behind the scenes

of Seattle Morning."

- Oh, my God.

- Many of you may not know,

But from the moment

that I started working here,

Our seemingly charming cohost

Dale Waters

Has been all over me

like a cheap suit.

Day after day,

As I stood in front

of this stupid map

Repeatedly trying

to find new adjectives

To describe the word "Rain"...

- what do I do?

- I've been fighting off

the infantile

And often offensive advances

of that guy.

That's right, ladies.

He's grabby.

- Go to Dale.

- But you know,

for a plethora of reasons,

Not the least of which being

I am 35, single,

And, um, yeah,

occasionally lonely,

I gave in to his advances.

And we had several, you know,

What could only be described

as disappointing encounters.


But despite the amateurish sex,

I somehow developed

an attachment

To the walking haircut

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Blayne Weaver

Blayne Nutron Weaver (born April 9, 1976) is an American actor, voice actor, writer and director, born in Bossier City, Louisiana. Weaver began to perform in the children's theater group The Peter Pan Players in Shreveport, Louisiana. His first major film performance was in the independent film Where the Red Fern Grows. In the late 1990s, he appeared in several TV movies and was also a guest star on several shows including ER, JAG, and Chicago Hope. In 2001, he became the new voice of Disney's Peter Pan, and has performed that voice in various children's films as well as in recordings for the Disney theme parks.In 2001, Weaver co-wrote the film Manic, which starred actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He continues to play the voice of Peter Pan and pursue acting in Los Angeles. In late 2004, he directed, wrote and starred in the short film Losing Lois Lane, which made a big impact online. He then wrote, directed and starred in Secret Identity's first feature film Outside Sales, which won awards on the film festival circuit and was released nationwide through Echo Bridge Entertainment. Weaver wrote, directed and played a small role in SIP's next feature Weather Girl with an ensemble cast that boasted Tricia O'Kelley, Mark Harmon, Jon Cryer and Jane Lynch. Weather Girl enjoyed an extensive festival run followed by a ten city theatrical and a worldwide television and DVD release. Weaver wrote, directed and stars in his next feature film 6 Month Rule with a cast featuring Martin Starr, Jaime Pressly, John Michael Higgins and Dave Foley. In 2016, Weaver wrote/directed Cut to the Chase, a feature film he also starred in about an ex-con that sets out in search of his kidnapped sister through the criminal underbelly of Shreveport, Louisiana. He also starred in the feature film Where We're Meant to Be by Michael Howard that deals with the interconnected stories of various characters during the pivotal changes and moments in their life. His performance earned him a Best Actor nomination at the Eastern NC Film Festival. more…

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