When Cher realizes she’s “butt crazy in love” with Josh, it throws her for a major loop. In this classic case of opposites attract, the reality is Josh has been quietly pining for Cher for about half the movie. After her much-needed epiphany and a kiss on the stairs, they go from totally clueless to totally in love.
Both struggling with their mental health, Tiffany and Pat agree to help each other out in different ways. Tiffany offers to help him reconnect with his wife if he’ll be her partner in a dance contest. However, their agreement gets complicated when they start falling in love.
Melanie is about to marry the man of her dreams but there’s one problem — she’s still married to her childhood sweetheart, Jake. When she makes a trip back to Alabama to ask him to sign the divorce papers, their lifelong love finds its way to the surface.
To get ahead in their careers, Ben’s tasked with making Andie fall in love with him and Andie has to make him “wish he was dead.” But, when the truth comes out, hurt feelings give way to hatred. For a moment, they do lose each other, but only for long enough to realize they never want to lose each other again.
Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy clash immediately. Still, their chemistry is undeniable. Mr. Darcy confesses his feelings first and says, “You have bewitched me, body and soul, and I love—I love—I love you. I never wish to be parted from you from this day on.”
Andrew hates his demeaning boss Margaret. But, when her visa is about to expire, she convinces Andrew to marry her so she won’t be deported. They then visit his family in Alaska to make the ruse look real, but Margaret begins to actually fall for Andrew. And, away from the office, Andrew sees what a tender person Margaret really is.