After a political protest goes wrong, Dorothy, a liberal speechwriter on a U.S. Senate campaign, finds herself unemployed and living back in her conservative Texas hometown with her estranged grandfather. Dorothy soon learns that her childhood nemesis, Brent, is running for office as the sole Republican candidate. Determined to thwart him at any cost, Dorothy creates an elaborate payback scheme with the help of an old frenemy turned campaign manager, Greta: she’ll go undercover to run as his conservative opponent, win the nomination, and then employ a Texas loophole that would force a win for the Democratic candidate. Immersed in the campaign, Dorothy gets closer to victory, only to discover that good vs. evil isn’t necessarily as simple as left vs. right.
Directors: Joey Ally
Actors: Joey Ally, Ruby June Arnold, Michael Andrew Baker, Mark-Paul Barro, James L. Brewster, Amanda Crown, Nora Dunn, Francesca Eaddy, Rachel Emerson, Margarita Franco, Ian Harding
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|Job Title||Member Name||Job Title||Member Name|
|Story||T.J. Williams Jr.||Director||Joey Ally|
|Writer||Joey Ally||Story||Joey Ally|