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This is a story of a man who rushes into relationships too quickly .
The story really gets underway when he decides to rent out the extra room to a couple who begin to interfere in his love life. Brandon Routh does an excellent job in portraying the guy too quick to jump into relationships. The couple that moves in with him decide that they will help him not to jump into a relationship too quickly. On purpose, they try to make him look bad in front of this new women in order to slow him down.I enjoyed the interaction of the characters. Each character was fully developed instead of being a part of the scenery. There are a lot of good laughs, and the comedy is realistic. The marriage ceremony has many good laughs in it too, and we see what lengths the couple will go to.
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