Reese Witherspoon is a New York fashion designer with a few skeletons in her ultra-chic closet in Sweet Home Alabama (2002), director Andy Tennant's screwball comedy about a screwable Alabama sweetheart's trip back home. Reese escaped her tinytown existence years ago, and now she's living the high life high above the Mason-Dixon line. She's engaged to deep-pocketed Patrick Dempsey, a socialite whose mom, Candice Bergen, just happens to be the mayor of NYC. But when Pat pops the question, Reese has to confront her country roots—it seems she has a hubby back home in Pigeon Creek, Alabama, and she can't get hitched until she formally splits from Mr. Reese. But when she gets home she finds she still has the hots for her old sweetheart. Will this put the kibosh on her lush new life? Fans of luscious lady caboose will love the be-thonged cameo of Katharine Towne's tail, but, alas, Sweet Home Alabama offers up no Reese's pieces.