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LIFETIME ORIGINAL MOVIE Sex & the Single Mom
LIFETIME ORIGINAL MOVIE Sex the Single Mom
Genre: Adolescent Drama — Stars: Gail O'Grady, Grant Show — A divorced single mom who is vigilant with her teenage daughter about responsible sex, goes through her own sexual awakening when she suddenly finds herself pregnan...  more »

     

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Movie Reviews

Pregnant Liars 2
Karen Schlueter | Framingham, Ma. | 06/04/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Three years go by. Gail O'Grady's character, divorced paralegal, [Jessica Gradwell] is studying for the Bar, and raising her now 18-year-old aspiring photographer daughter, Sara (played this time by Chelsea Hobbs), and illegitimate 3-year-old son, Jake. She also had a new man in her life named Steve, who she was going to marry. Meanwhile, Sara is hoping to find an intern job in photography to earn a college scholarship.
Everything seems to go fine for Jessica until one day as she's leaving the courthouse, she comes face to face with the [...] she was hoping to forget-the phony character, and (unfortunately) father of Jake, [Alex Lofton (Grant Show), a.k.a. "The Heart Surgeon"]-or should I say, "The Heartbreaking Quack", who was in town unexpectedly. Jessica panics, gets into her car, and gets away from Alex, but that doesn't stop him from making phone calls, or sending flowers, or coming over to her house. He just won't learn to take "NO" for an answer, or get lost. He also just won't leave Jessica, Sara, and Jake alone. Frustrated, Jessica keeps trying to explain to that annoying S.O.B. that she doesn't love him, or want anything to do with him. In desperation, the quack tells Jessica that he still loves her, and also wants to be a part of Jake's life. He also said again that he was getting divorced, but that was probably still a lie. Jessica tried as hard as she could to get rid of him, but she ended up sleeping with him anyway.
In the meantime, Sara found an intern job in photography, and had a brief fling with the head photographer, Gabe Emerson. Unfortunately, neither the job or the fling lasted long for Sara. Gabe just suddenly started spending more time away from the studio, so Sara just gave up on him.
Later, Steve found out about Jessica's [liason with Alex], confronted her about it, and called off the engagement. In the end, [Jessica and Alex] agreed to Alex having visitation rights with Jake. (Actually, it would've been better if Alex's legal rights were permanently terminated.) Luckily, there were no plans for marriage. Still, in a way, Jessica should've faced more of the facts of her consequences, like she should've done three years previously. Later, Jessica and Sara shared their stories of their broken hearts. At least, Jessica came to her senses, knowing that she could never trust Alex again. Talk about relationships that were never meant to be, like this mistake."