Kristin Wiig plays Imogene Duncan, an aspiring playwright in New York whose career never truly took off. After her boyfriend announces he’s moving out, Imogene does the only thing she can think of: fake suicide to attract her ex-boyfriend’s attention. But when the plan backfires, she is forced into the care of her eccentric mother Zelda (Annette Bening). After moving back home, Imogene faces her skeletons and starts the journey to a better future with the help of her mother, her mother’s boyfriend George (Matt Dillon), and new roommate Lee (Darren Criss).
In one scene, Imogene is at a club with Lee and she’s had a little too much to drink. After Lee tells her the best way to get rid of the body-on-fire feeling is to drink a little more, Imogene lets go of her inhibitions and makes the best of the night. In what appears to be a scene from the following morning, Zelda barges into Imogene’s room to discover that her daughter and Lee are in the same bed. This leads Zelda to ask a very important question, and it ends with a sigh of relief. In the final clip, Imogene is using the restroom when she gets an unexpected visit from Lee when he doesn’t knock before entering.
Directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, Girl Most Likely hits theaters nationwide on July 19.