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While flipping back and forth between the Summit and Big Sky conference tournament games last night, you might have paused to wonder…how does my girlfriend feel about me watching all this college basketball? The answer (unless you’re dating Ashley Judd): probably not so good.

Keep yourself out of the doghouse (until the Big Dance) by taking her to Red Kiva‘s new “Chick Flicks” event tonight. For the first three Wednesdays of each month, the lounge will show a favorite female film at 7 p.m., and offer complimentary popcorn, half-price bottles of wine and specialty martinis. A 50-percent-off gift certificate to Kaya Day Spa will be given away each week.

Tonight’s movie: “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” starring Julia Roberts. It should be at least half as exciting as your average Big Ten game.

Read on for the full list of flicks.

3/18: “Thelma & Louise”

4/1: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”

4/8: “Pretty Woman”

4/15: “Four Weddings and a Funeral”

4/22: “Dirty Dancing”

5/6: “Say Anything”

5/13: “Steel Magnolias”

5/20: “When Harry Met Sally”

6/3: “Fried Green Tomatoes”

6/10: “A League of Their Own”

6/17: “Sleepless in Seattle”

7/1: “You’ve Got Mail”

7/8: “Waiting to Exhale”

7/15: “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion”

7/22: “Titanic”

8/5: “Never Been Kissed”

8/12: “Notting Hill”

8/19: “Legally Blonde”

9/2: “Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood”

9/9: “Love Actually”

9/16: “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants”

9/23: “The Holiday”

10/7: “Desperately Seeking Susan”

10/14: “Truth About Cats & Dogs”

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