Commitmentphobe Toby just needs someone to bring home with her to Passover to get her parents off her back about finding a boyfriend. Newly-single, and broken-hearted, Mark just needs someone to go out with once a week as part of the dating tips segment on his radio show.
Toby is barely attracted to Mark, and her parents will hate his slovenly appearance and lack of ambition. Mark knows he'll never love anyone like he loved his ex, no matter how beautiful and fun Toby is.
They can date with no danger of falling in love. It's the perfect arrangement.
That is, until Mark gets suckered into a man-makeover. All of a sudden, Toby finds him absolutely delectable. Soon, the two have spent enough time together to wonder whether there could be more to their relationship than convenience.
Can a romance that started for all the wrong reasons turn into something right after all?