Here's a thoroughly innocuous TV movie, unless you're shocked at the idea of a couple having premarital sex that one of them rates as an "8.0 on the Richter scale." But really, how many dozens of times have you seen this story?
After a year and a half together, Michael (Joseph Lawrence, whose Run of the House won't be back in the fall) and Kelly (Maggie Lawson from It's All Relative, also a goner) decide to tie the knot—with the firm understanding that their wedding will be small and informal. But her mother (Marilu Henner) insists on a big church to-do, and his mom draws up a mile-long guest list. Michael and Kelly's friends spout nonsense about "the rules of engagement," and these rules appear onscreen in case we want to jot them down. It's getting so darn complicated—will the lovebirds call the whole thing off?
Lawrence and Lawson are a pleasant twosome, but the banality of this is simply too much.