Bobbyjay and Daisy are trapped in a family feud, powerless to stop it from exploding. Then a Porsche Targa full of live smelt brings them together, and they fake a betrothal they may not be able to escape.
Bobbyjay doesn't want to escape. The more he sees of Daisy, the more he wishes their engagement was the real thing. But will Daisy ever see him the same way?
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Bobbyjay's best friend King Dave says of his calling, “I wouldn’t have picked anything else. For those of us in it, it’s a noble calling. Show business doesn’t happen without us. We’re the guts, the dirty underbelly, the grease on the transmission under all the chrome and shiny headlights.”
Jennifer says about stagehands: "I love my stagehand heroes. Who wants a skinny, self-absorbed actor or rock star who wears more makeup than I do? Stagehands have more fun, more family, and in many cases they make more money. They're also stronger, hunkier, better with their hands, more chivalrous, and less worried about their hair. A stagehand can get you backstage–boy can he get you, backstage–but he can also fix your car. Stagehands are trained to have good manners by waitresses, who don't take any guff. This could be why they so often end up marrying them.