“What are you doing with your life! (“Huh?”) You’re a 26-year-old man. You are still shacked up with your parents…”
“Aw, can we please not go down"
“Chris, we love you to death, but…”
Everything changes when Becky meets an older gent who’s charming, generous, and filthy rich. He’s lonely -- his wife has died, and somehow he concludes that Becky is a widow, and therefore available.
“Those of you who think that I should go to this party, please raise your hand." (Laughter).
Naturally complications ensue. I won’t spoil the fun, but I can say that actress Elisabeth Nunziato is a treat to watch as Becky, trying to sample her dream and still keep up appearances back home. Veteran actor Dan Harlan is also delightful as the older gent . Think of “Becky’s New Car” as a romantic test drive by a woman who never expected to be looking for new wheels, only to realize that she’s got middle-aged baggage in the trunk. And if you buy a ticket, watch where you sit, because you could find yourself joining Becky in a cameo role.