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The Note/The Note II: Taking a Chance on Love/The Note 3 [DVD]

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Overview

Synopsis

The Note II: Taking a Chance on Love
A columnist still haunted by her past mistakes hesitates to accept the love of a good man until one of her loyal readers offers some sage advice. Peyton MacGruder (Genie Francis) may have all the answers for everyone else, but when it comes to her own love life she simply can't commit to the man she loves (Ted McGinley). When a reader warns Peyton not to deny her own passion, the sleuthing columnist discovers that her adviser was involved in a doomed romance. But if there's still hope for her reader, perhaps there's still hope for Peyton as well. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Note
A struggling human interest columnist finds a simple scrap of paper with a profound message may be the key to saving her column from cancellation in this inspirational, made for television drama starring Genie Francis and Ted McGinley. Peyton MacGruder (Francis) is the "Heart Healer" columnist for the local Middleborough Times newspaper. It's Christmas time, and just as the crew of Flight 848 reports a minor electrical problem, Peyton is summoned to her editor's office for a serious discussion about the future of the "Heart Healer" column. According to the results of a recent reader's survey, the "Heart Healer" column was voted the least interesting item that the paper had to offer, and as a result Peyton is about to get the axe. Just as Peyton's editor warns the writer to improve her standing with readers of hit the pavement, word breaks in the newsroom that Flight 848 has crashed, killing everyone aboard. King Danville, Peyton's friend and colleague at the paper, has lost a dear friend in the crash. Pondering whether or not the passengers realized they were going to die while drowning his sorrows at the local sports bar, King wonders aloud whether they had time to say goodbye to their loved ones, half-jokingly suggesting that Peyton work the concept into her failing column. The following day, Peyton is jogging along the beach when she spies smarmy television reporter Truman Harris interrupting a memorial service for the victims, all the while struggling to find an angle that doesn't seem exploitative. That angle arrives in the form of a note that Peyton finds during another walk along the coast. Sealed inside a small plastic bag half filled with cookie crumbs is a note to "T" from "Dad." Peyton is deeply moved by the heartfelt note, and vows to use the "Heart Healer" column as a means for getting the note to its intended recipient. In order to do so, however, Peyton will be forced to contend with her television counterpart Harris, a tactless reporter whose penchant for sensationalizing a story is only matched by his willingness to resort to underhanded tactics in order to take sole credit for all of Peyton's hard work. And while tracking down "T" proves no easy task, Peyton quickly discovers that her latest story truly resonates with readers upon being informed by her publisher that her "Heart Healers" column has gained a loyal following across the country. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Note III: Notes from the Heart Healer
This inspirational drama from writer-director Douglas Barr brings back a number of the characters originally introduced in Christian author Angela Hunt's 2001 novel The Note - notably advice columnist Peyton MacGruder (Genie Francis). This outing finds Peyton and husband King Danville (Ted McGinley) en route to a romantic getaway when a mysterious stranger leaves an infant on their doorstep. Drawing on her experience as a journalist, Peyton sets out to uncover the true story of the baby's past and the identity of its parents. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Ted McGinley
    Ted McGinley
  • Genie Francis
    Genie Francis - Peyton MacGruder
  • Katie Boland
    Katie Boland
  • Kate Trotter
    Kate Trotter
  • John Bourgeois
    John Bourgeois
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