Decker somehow believes him and off we go with the rest of the movie where Aniston agrees to be his fake wife and ultimately go off on a vacation with Decker, Sandler, Aniston's kids, and Nick Swanson as the court jester/boob (basically a version of Rob Schneider from Sandler's other "Happy Madison" movies) who pretends to be Aniston's boyfriend.There are a lot of funny setups and jokes - enough to enjoy the movie, for sure, even if they do clearly seem to be Sandler-ish in their obviousness.Eventually, even her two kids to get involved in his growing lie.
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Be honest: As easy as it is to create an alter-ego like Danny did in , when you’re going for a real relationship, it won’t work.
Plastic surgeon playboy Danny (Adam Sandler) attracts women in a rather unique fashion — by pretending he’s stuck in a bad marriage in order to ease tension and give them a false sense of trust. Danny meets a woman (Brooklyn Decker) he actually sees a legitimate future with, and gets caught in his “bad marriage” routine.
To try to repair the damage, he comes up with an off-the-wall plan and asks his loyal office manager (Jennifer Anniston) to play the role of his future divorcee.
Jennifer Aniston is his office assistant, a sweet, single gal with 2 kids.
She doesn't much care for how he deals with the ladies, but she still likes him because she sees what a sweet guy he really is under the surface of his rather devious womanizing that all starts with a lie.
Henry Roth is a man afraid of commitment up until he meets the beautiful Lucy.
They hit it off and Henry think he's finally found the girl of his dreams, until he discovers she has short-term memory loss and forgets him the very next day.
Sandler is a plastic surgeon who long ago accidentally discovered he could play the "my wife is a terrible person who abuses me" card to score with hot chicks at the bar.