Charlie (Tori Spelling) works for a company that is taken over by Walcott (Greg Germann) who believes family values are a priority. Career-driven Charlie does a little fibbing when under the pressure of Walcott's standards, and believes she's in the clear. But when Walcott invites himself over for dinner, she borrows her friend's house and daughter (Abigail Breslin) and hires actor Buck (Jordan Bridges) to play her husband for the evening. The one-night "act" turns into a full-time gig when her boss decides to rent the house next door for the summer, forcing Charlie and Buck to stay together in the fake lifestyle she created.
Abigail Breslin plays Nicole, the "pretend" daughter of Tori Spelling's character. She has a couple of cute scenes in this ("she" being Abby, Tori plays the main character). I'd wanted to see this because Abigail Breslin & Chloe Moretz are both in the cast list but I'd be damned if Chloe Moretz is actually in it. She's listed in the credits as "Young Charlie" but I couldn't find any scenes with her at all. (You'd think if she had all her scenes deleted that they would've removed her from the cast list.) So this is really only for Abby fans
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PS: Don't expect any gripping scenes with deep emotions. This is a very lite comedy that premiered on the Hallmark Channel.