A desperate Pary signs up for a course at a local college. But it's not a normal course. Pary tells John that it's part of a grant program when he questions how she can afford it. The truth is, the course is a behavioral studies program and Pary is getting paid to attend! So what's not to love?
The fact that she gets paired with other "students" who have issues of their own.
The fact that she learns a few hard truths about her life in general, and John Smith, in particular.
The professors spot Pary and a fellow student as trouble right from the start.
The professors don't like Pary and what she's doing to the other students... and their class.
So it's not all fun and games. In fact, it gets down and dirty until the teams realize that they all have problems, and they all need to make changes. And Pary doesn't take to changes easily, but she's willing to try. So she gives it a shot.
Those sudden changes in the once "always off the wall" Pary have John concerned. So he decides to look into Pary's grant class and finds out the truth behind it. The truth Pary didn't know because she didn't read the fine print. (Who reads the fine print?) But in the end, Pary really does learn valuable lessons about life- and shopping.