• Mary Horowitz (Sandra Bullock), <i>All About Steve</i>
    Mary Horowitz (Sandra Bullock), All About Steve
    VOTE
    She's not really even up for the date her parents have set up for her, but once Mary (Bullock) feasts her love-hungry eyes on Steve (Bradley Cooper), she realizes he's worth a new outfit for the evening. Mary also decides Steve is also worth some good old fashioned stalking -- and there is no limit to her determination.
  • Lucille (Janeane Garofalo), <i>Bye Bye Love</i>
    Lucille (Janeane Garofalo), Bye Bye Love
    VOTE
    Lucille (Garofalo) is love-hardened, skeptical and angrily feminist. Sure, her date (Randy Quaid) doesn't have much game, but she's barely made eye contact before she goes militant and accuses him of comparing her to a cow. Geez. At dinner, she flings the perceived insult back: She's not looking for a successful relationship; just a "mammal." Sexy.
Mary Horowitz (Sandra Bullock), <i>All About Steve</i>
Lucille (Janeane Garofalo), <i>Bye Bye Love</i>
Cherry (Anne-Marie Johnson), <i>I'm Gonna Get You Sucka</i>
Tom McHugh (Ethan Hawke), <i>Mystery Date</i>
Bunz (Jamie Foxx), <i>Booty Call</i>
Allan (Woody Allen), <i>Play it Again, Sam</i>
Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore), <i>50 First Dates</i>
Nadia Gates (Kim Basinger), <i>Blind Date</i>
  • Round 1
  • Round 2
  • Round 3
  • WINNER!
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