'Meet Cute' is a romantic drama influenced by time travel and characters being stuck in a time loop. Sheila loves to go back in time, and she needs to figure out how to spend the same day over and over.
How Does the Time Machine Work?
Sheila discovers a time machine that allows her to go back to the past at her nail salon, and it looks more like a tanning machine. The owner had left it at the salon because it was too small in its purpose, which he didn't want. He went back in the past to avoid purchasing the machine again and now it is there in the nail salon.
Sheila tells Gary that the machine allows her to go back to the previous day over and over again. Later, however, it is revealed that the machine can only keep you there for twenty-four hours. You are free to do whatever you want, and alter the past as you please, although with consequences.
Sheila devises the clever strategy of killing her other self at the beginning of the day so she can forget about her Gary date.
Sheila Travels to the Past How Many Times?
Sheila's time machine serves as an escape from her otherwise meaningless life. It allows her to stay in one day for as long as she wants, and repeat the events all over again. Soon, it becomes three months before she realizes it.
Sheila goes back to yesterday for the most part, but she also uses the computer to go further back in the past. Sheila begins to get frustrated by the way they keep talking about the same thing but it never goes anywhere. She decides that it's time for her to rectify a few things about Gary. She is well aware of all of his traumas and the events that made him who he is today.
Sheila's obsession with transforming Gary into a perfect person takes the world to another level. She sends a girl along his journey to whom he loses his virginity. In her adulthood, she makes sure that Gary never meets Amber and never has his heart broken before he meets Sheila. Although she appears to have altered a few things by quick jumping in and out of a day, the true scale of her travels is revealed when Gary discovers that Uncle Charlie, whom he considered his father,