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A can of Vienna sausages helps restore the friendship of rivals and opens the door to love.
Kelsey doesn't think she'll ever meet anyone after she dumps Irving, but then she meets Nick at the grocery store. They crash into each other in the parking lot. Cans and boxes scatter. Nick ends up with her wallet; he goes to her apartment and returns it.
An interest sparks but Nick is inept at starting relationships. His Aunt Sophie shows up at Kelsey's door with a casserole, gives Kelsey the once-over and decides to take charge.
Nick and Kelsey discover they work for rival ad agencies. Nick and Jim, Kelsey’s business partner, used to be best friends but had a fall-out over an advertising campaign. Kelsey's attraction to Nick is clouded by the fact that he wears a wedding ring.
Nick is interested in Kelsey but can’t give up the weekly visits to his wife’s grave. Nick approaches Jim to get help on a project; they have a knockdown-drag-out at Jim's office, but make up.
Kelsey, Nick and Jim work on the project and love blooms but Kelsey turns a cold heart -- she won't date a married man.
Nick confronts his ghosts, removes the ring, sweeps Kelsey off her feet and wins her heart.