After Fiona gets dumped, she escapes to her family's Vermont Inn for a few days to evaluate her life.When her ex Nate shows up with a new girlfriend, Fiona devises a plan to win him back: pretend head chef Derek is her new boyfriend.That plan was devised as she never wants to be thrown for a curve like she was when she was thirteen when her father unexpectedly died.That plan includes being engaged by the time she reaches thirty, which is just around the corner.When what Gwen envisioned will be the perfect romantic proposal from Alex not only does not materialize on her thirtieth birthday, but that a proposal from him doesn't happen in any form at all on that day, Gwen makes an off the cuff secret birthday wish to be able to see ten years into her future.
, we’ve heard mention of Rick, the BF of semi-closeted Drew (Brendan Fehr).
It is not a traditional time travel romance, and while the ending is assured from the get-go, I never found it dull nor boring as the viewers were taken along for the ride.
It had just the right amount of bumps along the way, and the acting was so impeccable that Marcus Rosner's "other guy" role incensed me like very few have.
In this week’s episode we finally get to meet him, and it’s not under the best circumstances.
In the episode, Rick is brought into the hospital for more of a medical than personal reason and Drew is immediately not comfortable having his personal life crash up against his professional life, where he’s tried very hard to keep the fact that he’s gay close to the vest. I was walking out of an audition with these two other people that I had just been auditioning against, and this lady passed me on the street, and she said, ‘no disrespect to the other two of you, but I just have to say I’m such a huge fan of Luke.’ And I turned to the people beside me, and I said, ‘I swear to God, I didn’t tell her to say that.’ If the right role came along would you want to do another series like .