Girlfriend's Day is a Netflix Original Movie that focuses on Ray Wentworth (Bob Odenirk - who is also the co-writer for this movie; Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul) who was the king of the greeting cards industry and is now a down-on-his-luck card writer. As he works to get back to the feelings that made him the "Bill Shakespeare of romance cards," he becomes ensnared int a web of murder and deceit as other writers angle to create the must have card for a newly made holiday.
If work stress wasn't enough, he's equally as down due to his wife (Grace & Frankie's June Diane Raphael) left him for the successful cartoonist behind the Optimistic Owl (Conan‘s Andy Richter). With so much at stake with his wife, job an even his apartment - the newly created holiday by the California govenor makes his friends, strangers and more to urge him to submit entires. But with nothing to say he remembers the advice of his professional forefather, Orwell Taft (Larry Fessenden): “Never write for anyone, always write for someone.”
He finds a new muse and begins to move forward only to find himself in the middle of a murder and all that is involved.