Ambition, Achievement, Personal Integrity, and Moral Courage
Pursuing the right things in the wrong way undermines your integrity. Honesty, despite the consequences, builds character and earns the trust of others.
Candace Cameron Bure, Ronny Cox, Belita Moreno, Christopher Brochu, Emma Gould, Kurt Warner, Danny Gokey, and David James Elliott
According to Chicago’s leading marriage counselor Annie Morgan (played by Candace Cameron Bure: “Full House,” “Make It or Break It”), honesty and love are the keys to successful, long-term relationships. Ironically, Annie has never been married and doesn’t always follow her own advice. When an opportunity arises to discuss hosting a relationship talk show with media mogul Alexander Bishop (played by Ronny Cox: “St. Elsewhere,” “Beverly Hills Cop”), Annie jumps at the chance. Through a misunderstanding, she receives an invitation for her and her spouse to join Bishop and his wife Sophia (played by Belita Moreno: “George Lopez Show”) at his New Mexico ranch. Fearful that being single will ruin her big chance, Annie conspires with Mark Crane (played by David James Elliot: “JAG”), an old college friend, who’s a retired professional football player and recent widower, to pose as a married couple with teenage kids for the weekend. A series of comical misunderstandings mark the weekend, leaving Annie emotionally involved with Mark and his two teenagers (played by Emma Gould: “Grounded For Life,” and Chris Brochu: “Soul Surfer”) and battling with her own conscience. Will she confess the truth about her marital status or the feelings she’s developing for Mark? Telling the truth may have its consequences, but ultimately it opens our hearts and brings out the best in one another.
FOX, Saturday, April, 16, 2011