Meg Owens is in the middle of moving into her new apartment and out of her old marriage. All she has to do is have Tom, her husband, sign the final papers and then she can start her new life. However, signing the final papers becomes increasingly difficult, and her new life, represented by an amorous landlord and a fast talking divorce expert, is already under way.
"It's a hilarious look at a divorce sort of like marriage, only backwards that didn't work . . . and the second act is nothing short of comedic excellence. Left in Meg's newly rented apartment, the three guys engage in a drinking contest that leaves all three and the audience, too on the floor. . . . Some of the best one liners since Neil Simon was making his initial Broadway splash. . . . Leaves 'em laughing." - Atlantic Constitution
"A fast moving comedy with excellent dialogue and rapid fire laughs." - Multi County Star, Atlanta