Set against the placid backdrop of rural Iowa, this contemporary comedy revolves around one woman's all-consuming ambition for fame and attention. A gentle and laid-back man, Bob has won the state fair's butter-carving contest 15 years running. Automatically, his tightly-wound and hard-charging wife Laura nurtures dreams of Bob becoming governor, so when the contest organizers ask him to step aside so others can win, she's furious.
However, when Bob magnanimously agrees to retire, she decides to enter herself. In the county contest. It isn't going to be easy, for she has stiff competitors in Destiny, an African-American foster child, and Brooke, a prostitute Bob hasn't paid. When things don't go Laura's way, she enlists the help of Boyd, an old boyfriend. Laura's step-daughter and Destiny's foster parents are in the mix as things heat up at the state fair. What are Destiny and Laura's destiny?
Did you know?
In the scene where Laura and Bob talk in the Pickler family carving cooler, in the background there is a butter sculpture of a man pointing. That is a replica of the statue of Green Bay Packers' legendary coach, Vince Lombardi, that is outside the atrium entrance to Lambeau Field. Read More