'Take Care' Clip With Leslie Bibb Features A Difficult Choice Anyone With Siblings Can Relate To — VIDEO

I have a special place in my heart for cringe-comedy, so the Leslie Bibb–led comedy Take Care is right up my alley. The film, which first premiered on SXSW, stars Bibb as Frannie, a woman who is abandoned by her friends after being immobilized in a car crash and who has to get help from her ex, Devon (Thomas Sadoski). However, if the awkwardness of that old flame isn't bad enough, Devon has a new girlfriend (Betty Gilpin) that isn't happy about his ex having moved in. It sounds a lot like Bridesmaids in terms of how uncomfortable I'm going to be while laughing at Frannie's misery, so believe me when I say I can't wait for December 5 when it will debut in select theaters. If you can't wait either, worry not. Bustle has an exclusive clip from the film.

In the clip, we see Frannie not too long after the accident, incoherent, half-asleep and injured on a couch. Her well-meaning sister tries to convince her to move in with her and her family — and Frannie's response to the offer just might surprise you. More than anything, the clip is steeped with dramatic irony as it proves that Frannie was really between a rock and a hard place when it came to her care post-accident. Call on her ex for a favor or move in with a condescending relative? As anyone with a condescending relative can tell you, your ex is probably the lesser of two evils.

Check out the clip below.

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