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* BreakAwayPopHit: The CountingCrows cover of "Big Yellow Taxi" is probably much more well-known than this movie, where it debuted.

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* BreakAwayPopHit: The CountingCrows Music/CountingCrows cover of "Big Yellow Taxi" is probably much more well-known than this movie, where it debuted.



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In this RomanticComedy, filandering MillionairePlayboy George Wade (Creator/HughGrant) is the front man for a construction company. He hires GranolaGirl lawyer Lucy Kelson (SandraBullock), who hates everything George stands for but agrees because it will save her hometown community center. Over the course of a year of working together he begins to rely on her more and more, until he cannot make a single decision without her input. She realizes she's more of a nanny than a legal employee, and gives her titular resignation. That's when the fun really starts...

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In this RomanticComedy, filandering MillionairePlayboy George Wade (Creator/HughGrant) is the front man for a construction company. He hires GranolaGirl lawyer Lucy Kelson (SandraBullock), (Creator/SandraBullock), who hates everything George stands for but agrees because it will save her hometown community center. Over the course of a year of working together he begins to rely on her more and more, until he cannot make a single decision without her input. She realizes she's more of a nanny than a legal employee, and gives her titular resignation. That's when the fun really starts...


* TyopOnTheCover / WantonCrueltyToTheCommonComma: Apparently this was the impetus for Lynne Truss to write EatsShootsAndLeaves, a book about punctuation and the misuse thereof. She saw a poster for this film and noticed, to her horror, that there was no apostrophe after the word "weeks".

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* TyopOnTheCover / WantonCrueltyToTheCommonComma: Apparently this was the impetus for Lynne Truss to write EatsShootsAndLeaves, Literature/EatsShootsAndLeaves, a book about punctuation and the misuse thereof. She saw a poster for this film and noticed, to her horror, that there was no apostrophe after the word "weeks".


In this RomanticComedy, filandering MillionairePlayboy George Wade (HughGrant) is the front man for a construction company. He hires GranolaGirl lawyer Lucy Kelson (SandraBullock), who hates everything George stands for but agrees because it will save her hometown community center. Over the course of a year of working together he begins to rely on her more and more, until he cannot make a single decision without her input. She realizes she's more of a nanny than a legal employee, and gives her titular resignation. That's when the fun really starts...

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In this RomanticComedy, filandering MillionairePlayboy George Wade (HughGrant) (Creator/HughGrant) is the front man for a construction company. He hires GranolaGirl lawyer Lucy Kelson (SandraBullock), who hates everything George stands for but agrees because it will save her hometown community center. Over the course of a year of working together he begins to rely on her more and more, until he cannot make a single decision without her input. She realizes she's more of a nanny than a legal employee, and gives her titular resignation. That's when the fun really starts...


* PottyEmergency: Lucy after the tennis match and chili dogs. And the cookies. And the

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* NotWhatItLooksLike: Sure, it looks like they're in the men's room, and Lucy is on her knees next to George, unable to get up. Well, OK, that part is true.
* PottyEmergency: Lucy after the tennis match and chili dogs. And the cookies. And the the...

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In this RomanticComedy, filandering MillionairePlayboy George Wade (HughGrant) is the front man for a construction company. He hires GranolaGirl lawyer Lucy Kelson (SandraBullock), who hates everything George stands for but agrees because it will save her hometown community center. Over the course of a year of working together he begins to rely on her more and more, until he cannot make a single decision without her input. She realizes she's more of a nanny than a legal employee, and gives her titular resignation. That's when the fun really starts...

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* BreakAwayPopHit: The CountingCrows cover of "Big Yellow Taxi" is probably much more well-known than this movie, where it debuted.
* FlushingToiletScreamingShower: George, to Howard. Howard knows him well enough to call him off as he's about to do it again.
-->'''Howard''': Why do you always find that so funny?
-->'''George''': It's very hard to say.
* GirlFriday: Although Lucy's job really isn't this, she ends up being the classic GirlFriday for George.
* MistakenForPregnant: Polly. Poor George! He's not falling for that one again...
* PottyEmergency: Lucy after the tennis match and chili dogs. And the cookies. And the
* SavingTheOrphanage: This is the reason Lucy agrees to work for Wade in the first place.
* StripPoker: Well, OK, technically June and George are playing strip ''chess''.
* TyopOnTheCover / WantonCrueltyToTheCommonComma: Apparently this was the impetus for Lynne Truss to write EatsShootsAndLeaves, a book about punctuation and the misuse thereof. She saw a poster for this film and noticed, to her horror, that there was no apostrophe after the word "weeks".

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