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** It does get somewhat justified as she was blowing her retirement savings and other funds without regard to how she would be living afterwards, as she was expecting to die anyhow... and then she also won big in the casino, which undoubtedly replenished her funds.

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** It does get somewhat justified as she was blowing her retirement savings and other funds without regard to how she would be living afterwards, as she was expecting to die anyhow... and then she also won big in the casino, which undoubtedly replenished her funds.funds, and then some.


** It does get somewhat justified as she was blowing her retirement savings and other funds without regard to how she would be living afterwards, as she was expecting to die anyhow... and then she also won big in the casino, which doubtless replenished her funds.

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** It does get somewhat justified as she was blowing her retirement savings and other funds without regard to how she would be living afterwards, as she was expecting to die anyhow... and then she also won big in the casino, which doubtless undoubtedly replenished her funds.


* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: Miss Gunther. Kragen hires her to spy on Georgia but she befriends Georgia and refuses to give him any information after finding out Georgia is dying.]]

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* HeelFaceTurn: HeelFaceTurn:
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[[spoiler: Miss Gunther. Kragen hires her to spy on Georgia but she befriends Georgia and refuses to give him any information after finding out Georgia is dying.]] ]]
** [[spoiler: Ms. Burns. Once Georgia bluntly tells her that Kragen is never going to leave his wife for her, she steadily lightens up until Kragen attempts to humilate Georgia, at which point she dumps him and promises to help his wife take everything in the divorce.]]


* BackToSchool: Ms. Burns would lose her job and have to go back to college if she left Kragen. [[spoiler: She does eventually leave him and go to law school.]]

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* BackToSchool: Ms. Burns would lose her job and have to go back to college if she left Kragen. [[spoiler: She does eventually leave him and go to law spa management school.]]



* TheCameo: Emeril Bagasse.

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* TheCameo: Emeril Bagasse.Lagasse.



* FoodPorn : The heroine wants to be a chef. In the first part of the film, she's seen cooking delectable meals, and then when she goes to Switzerland, the food is amazing.

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* FoodPorn : The heroine wants to be a chef. In the first part of the film, she's seen cooking delectable meals, and then when she goes to Switzerland, the Czech Republic, the food is amazing.


* TheCameo: Emeril Lagasse.

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* TheCameo: Emeril Lagasse.Bagasse.
* ComicallySmallBribe: When Georgia's PointyHairedBoss at her retail job hears her decide to TakeThisJobAndShoveIt (because amongst other things, he never made her know that she was the best saleswoman on the store, to prevent her from asking for a raise or a promotion), he tries to buy her back by offering a raise... of ''$1.50 an hour''.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: When Paramount bought the rights to remake the film in the 1980's, it was to have been a straight remake with Creator/JohnCandy in the lead. However, DevelopmentHell and Candy's passing led to many changes before it was finally made.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: When Paramount bought the rights to remake the film in the 1980's, it was to have been a straight remake with JohnCandy in the lead. However, DevelopmentHell and Candy's passing led to many changes before it was finally made.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: When Paramount bought the rights to remake the film in the 1980's, it was to have been a straight remake with JohnCandy Creator/JohnCandy in the lead. However, DevelopmentHell and Candy's passing led to many changes before it was finally made.


* TheMistress: Ms. Burns to Kragen. She is ridiculed and scorned for it at work but holds out hope Kragen will leave his wife for her.

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* TheMistress: Ms. Burns to Kragen. She is ridiculed and scorned for it at work but holds out hope Kragen will leave his wife for her. Georgia flat out tells her she is a fool to believe that will actually happen.

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* EveryoneCanSeeIt: It is blatantly obvious to everyone that Ms. Burns is more to Kragen than just his secretary.


* InterruptedSuicide: [[spoiler: Georgia talks Kragen out of jumping off the ledge of the hotel]]. The whole scene is PlayedForLaughs.

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* InterruptedSuicide: [[spoiler: Georgia talks Kragen out of jumping off the ledge of the hotel]]. The whole scene is PlayedForLaughs.PlayedForLaughs because absolutely no one believes he will really do it.


* NiceToTheWaiter: Georgia wins a lot of the hotel staff over by being nice to them. Having been a retail worker she empathizes with them.



* NiceToTheWaiter: Georgia wins a lot of the hotel staff over by being nice to them. Having been a retail worker she empathizes with them.

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** It does get somewhat justified as she was blowing her retirement savings and other funds without regard to how she would be living afterwards, as she was expecting to die anyhow... and then she also won big in the casino, which doubtless replenished her funds.


* LikeYouWereDying: Georgia travels to Europe and tries dozens of new things because of this trope.


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* LikeYouWereDying: Georgia travels to Europe and tries dozens of new things because of this trope.
* LookBothWays: Mr. Adamian is always talking on his phone, interrupting conversations in person just to take a call. The ending text reveals that he was hit by a bus whilst talking on his phone and not paying attention.


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* NiceToTheWaiter: Georgia wins a lot of the hotel staff over by being nice to them. Having been a retail worker she empathizes with them.


* [[spoiler: DrivenToSuicide: Kragen.]]

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* [[spoiler: DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: Kragen.]]



* [[spoiler: MistakenForDying]]: [[spoiler: Georgia was given the wrong diagnosis because of a faulty machine. She was never actually dying.]]

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* [[spoiler: MistakenForDying]]: MistakenForDying: [[spoiler: Georgia was given the wrong diagnosis because of a faulty machine. She was never actually dying.]]



* [[spoiler: WhereAreTheyNow]]

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* [[spoiler: WhereAreTheyNow]]
%%* WhereAreTheyNow


** If this troper is not mistaken, the operation would have been a great deal more than she could afford, even after she cashes in the savings bonds or whatever it was.
*** The operation would have cost $340, 000, without anesthesia.
** So also makes a killing when the group goes gambling, much to her own disbelief.

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