For Anne Olsen, new and improved is the only way to live. So how'd she fall for a secondhand man?
Charlotte had the Malibu Barbie with a full wardrobe, Emily inherited a slightly used Barbie with two outfits and Anne was left with a one-armed, bald Barbie who enjoyed nudist colonies. It's little wonder that at twenty-nine, Anne drives a new car, eats only from freshly opened packages and thinks antique is a euphemism for moldy.
After growing up in the shadows of her older sisters — one a swimsuit model, the other a pop-feminist — Anne's personality is one part sibling rivalry and two parts VD (stands for Vague Dissatisfaction, and yes, it itches). Now she's the self-professed underachiever in the family, determined to find happiness on her own terms. But when her sister'sex-boyfriend — seemingly perfect, potentially interested — reenters her life, Anne's got to ask: Could she possibly fall in love with a hand-me-down man?