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Though Rosalee is still cynical of him as he uses a line from one of his films, his admission of not having "his priorities straight" seems to convince her of his good intentions.During a phone call with his agent, Tad insists that he wants to turn over a new leaf, and will not return to Los Angeles for a while.

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He explains about her six smiles: one smile when something makes her laugh, one for polite laughter, one for when she makes plans, one when she makes fun of herself, one when she's uncomfortable, and one when she's talking about her friends.

Pete makes Tad swear not to break her heart or he will tear Tad to pieces with his bare hands or "vicious rhetoric".

She runs to Piggly Wiggly and Pete's house, then drives furiously towards Richmond to overtake her heartbroken friend. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film received a 52% approval rating based on 145 reviews, with an average of 5.6/10.

Similar to the opening scene, Rosalee and Pete get out of their cars and Pete, surrendering to a romantic song on the car radio, asks her to dance. The site's consensus states: "Formulaic romantic comedy works better than it should thanks to a charming cast." Roger Ebert criticized the film, noting that Duhamel's character always seems more likeable than Grace's, and that the film spends more time building up a romance between Rosalee and Tad, rather than Rosalee and Pete.

With the help of the Piggly Wiggly customers and the reluctant agreement of Pete, Cathy and Rosalee raise the $100 entrance money as Pete reveals to his superior that he will leave for Richmond to go to college after he has a discussion "with someone about going to Richmond with me".

A news crew arrives outside Rosalee's house, signalling her success at winning a date with Tad Hamilton.

After seeing Tad's house, Rosalee requests to go back to the hotel and soon returns home, leaving Tad thoughtful.

As Pete is about to tell Rosalee about moving to Richmond she is surprised—as much as Pete is disappointed—by Tad's sudden arrival to rekindle their relationship.

As the ladies wonder what Tad Hamilton—the star of the film—is doing at that moment, their prediction of praying is proven false as the scene cuts to Tad—described in the next scene by his agent—"drinking, driving, smoking, leering, and groping all at the same time".

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