Tomorrow, Amy Poehler’s punch-drunk gal pal comedy, Wine Country, lands on Netflix. The cast includes a whole host of SNL acting and writing alums, including Paula Pell, who plays a middle-age lesbian vintage shop owner named Val who just had knee-replacement surgery, is ready to fall in love again, and catches feelings for a server when she and her friends descend upon Napa Valley for a 50th birthday weekend.
And, hey, we have an exclusive clip of Val just for you!
You can read my review first thing Friday morning!
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Wow that server has some game! I had no game when I was a server, in fact, I vividly remember an incident where I accidentally poured seven Chinese spring rolls into a man’s lap by accident during my first week. I still cringe whenever I think about it.
Aw, this looks like fun! She and Janine Brito and their 7 pets are one of the cutest queer families on Instagram–hopefully some of that dynamic shows up in the film.
Smooth move; I dig it.
For some reason this scene makes me very very nervous.
I’m excited for Wine Country
Wowwwww. Very crafty way to get someone’s number!
Ah sorry – didn’t mean for this to be a reply. Cursed mobile interface.
Does this mean Netflix is actually sending y’all screeners and stuff now??
This is my question too!