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Lucy, and he informs Cindy that he's not interested in her. Afterwards, Sebastian calls Lucy to tell her that he loves her, and Lucy ponders her own feelings. That night, a defeated Tom has a few drinks in a country-western bar, and as he wallows, he plays a song on the jukebox. In desperation, Tom has called Jessica, and she arrives and tells him the truth — his marriage is over, and he should move on. Tom agrees. Tom returns to the loft to pack his bags, but as Sebastian begs him to stay, Sebastian reveals that he met Lucy when he was applying for a graphic artist's job. Tom wonders why a self-avowed bohemian like Sebastian would ever apply for a corporate job, and Sebastian reveals that things have not been going that well for him. Tom gets an idea, and he insists that there's only one way that a woman like Lucy would ever marry a man like Sebastian, and that way is for Sebastian to get a job. Sebastian protests, but Tom insists on transforming Sebastian into a graphic artist. The two men hole up in the loft in order to create a professional portfolio for Sebastian. After a few days of non-stop work, an exhausted Tom reminisces — in a flashback — about when he first fell in love with Lucy. After they finally finish the portfolio, Tom sends Sebastian off on a make-over, and Sebastian returns sporting short hair and a power suit. An excited Sebastian goes off on a job interview, and he returns with the news that the agency was so impressed with his portfolio, they have offered him a position as creative director. As the two men celebrate, Lucy rings the doorbell. As Tom runs off, Sebastian lets her in, but Lucy seems less than thrilled with Sebastian 's transformation. Tom overhears Lucy 's lack of enthusiasm, and, realising what he's done, he leaves. Tom returns home and tries to convince Lucy that he's a changed man, but she is not ready to take him back, so Tom returns to the one place where he always felt at home – his office. Soon thereafter, Tom is informed that he is to interview a hot new creative director. As Sebastian enters, Tom ducks behind a storyboard. Moments later, Lucy enters, looking for her husband. Though he tries to escape, Tom is soon revealed, and Sebastian and Lucy both realise the true identity of Milo. Tom expects Lucy to be furious, but instead she is moved by the extraordinary lengths that Tom went to in order to win her back, and they agree to give their marriage one more try. But Sebastian is not happy with this arrangement. Though he and Lucy agree that their affair is over, he misses Milo, the best friend he ever had. Tom, too, misses Sebastian, and they ask if they can continue their friendship. As Lucy agrees, reluctantly, this unlikely trio contemplates what their lives now hold. ORIGINAL CAST The Man, Taxi Driver, Priest, Stylist, Maitre d', Waiter - Daniel Reichard The Woman, Cindy, Stylist, Country Singer - Jennifer Simard Tom - Marc Kudisch Lucy - Leah Hocking Sebastian - Ron Bohmer ORCHESTRATION Keyboards; Violin; Cello; Percussion; Reeds MUSICAL NUMBERS Opening/Oh, What A Man! - Tom, Lucy, Man & Woman No Competition For Me - Tom, Taxi Driver Opportunity Knocking - Tom Free, Easy Guy - Sebastian Free, Easy Guy (Reprise) - Tom Take Me Into You - Sebastian, Lucy Because - Lucy