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Gorgeous 1970's American TV icon, Reed Rush (50’s), desperate for work, and about to lose his Malibu mansion, thinks fragile, strait-laced, downsized exec Sybil Wood (early 40’s), about to lose her Long Beach condo and temporarily working as a paralegal in a movie studio, is really a big producer who will jumpstart his career. Reed initially pursues Sybil for mercenary motives, and falls hard. When Sybil discovers Reed’s initial motives, she’ll have nothing to do with him. Reed, who has finessed his way through career and relationships using his smoothness and Hollywood trappings, needs to learn to go for broke and reveal his true feelings. Sybil, always independent, needs to learn to accept love and help from others. In this comedy of friendship, insecurity and manipulation, Reed's long- time agent and friend, afraid he's dangerously out of the loop, does his damndest to find out just who this Sybil Wood is, inserting himself precisely where Reed doesn't want him. It's a comedy, so love prevails; Reed gets the girl and his career too.