He is charmed by her quirkiness; she is charmed by his spontaneity and the two begin dating.
Carl and Allison meet at the airport for a spontaneous weekend excursion.
As she finds out about Carl’s motivational covenant, Allison begins to doubt whether his commitment to her was ever sincere.
Deciding that she can no longer trust him, Allison leaves Carl and refuses to return his phone calls.
Carl’s life takes a turn for the worse and he almost forgets about Lucy’s shower.
He manages to arrange a major surprise shower, set his friend Norm up with Soo-Mi (Vivian Bang), a Korean girl, and Rooney with Tillie.
She gives him a ride back to his car on her scooter and kisses him before leaving.
After this positive experience, Carl feels more optimistic about saying yes.
After Carl emphatically says no, his luck takes a turn for the worse and he decides to end his commitment to the covenant.
Carl goes to the convention center and hides in the backseat of Terrence’s convertible so that he can beg to be released from the covenant.
In May 2015, it had been declared Kate and Laura Mulleavy would steer the film, by a screenplay they composed, together with Kirsten Dunststarring, together with Ken Kao, Ben Le Clair and Michael Costigan creating the film under their Waypoint Entertainment and Cota Movies banner respectively.