In Manhattan, fashion designer Molly Quinn and executive chef Nick Turner were once set up by their respective best friends, couple Amy and James, but there were no romantic sparks largely in their differences. Molly's style is classic and timeless, while Nick's is modern and trendy. While Nick's style of cooking is experimenting with flavor combinations in putting together the perfect bite of food, Molly is theoretically allergic to "chef foam", she believing the two major food groups being ranch dressing and bacon, both in large quantities. Even if there were sparks, they would both probably have denied it in being afraid of commitment, albeit each for different reasons. Now in being maid of honor and best man for Amy and James, Molly and Nick have to band together to figure out a way for the wedding to happen after Amy's wealthy parents, who were to pay for the wedding, are hit with a financial crisis. Although a stretch, an alternate venue is proposed in the inn in the Berkshires ...
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When they arrive in the little tiny car, they pull loads of luggage seemingly from nowhere. See more
Molly taste tests Nick's chicken pot pie immediately after he takes it out of the oven. It emits no steam from what should be a piping hot pie, Molly who in turn does not show any signs of it being piping hot as she eats it. See more
References The Sound of Music
This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Written by Chuck Jackson
(as Charles Jackson) and Marvin Yancy
Performed by Natalie Cole
Published by Warner/Chappell Music Canada, OBO Chappell & Co., Inc. and Jays Enterprises, Inc.
Appears courtesy of Capitol Records
[Played during the opening title and credits sequence as well as the lead in to the end credits] See more