Dear newspaper advice columnist: What should a pair of comfortably middle-class, retirement-aged, aspiring empty-nesters do about the gainfully employed, physically and mentally sound son in his thirties who just won't move out
because he's got such a sweet deal at home? This awkward, flabby romantic comedy pivots on a preposterous answer: They should hire a "consultant" to use her carefully calculated charm to beguile the self-sufficiency-averse heel-dragger (but not sleep with him what kind of girl do you think she is?) until he's so besotted he'll flee the family nest voluntarily, free laundry service and home-cooked meals notwithstanding. The inevit...