Omg. Breckin Meyer on a wakeboard. I'm dying. (I'm not really sure why I'm so impressed, like did I not think he was into other water activities
...I was going to say watersports, but then I was like 'inapprops')
Also, Breckin Meyer needs to do one of those movies where he's like a single father and has to move his two daughters into some podunk farm town cause that's the only place to get a job and it turns out that the house is possessed or haunted or whatever, you know? And he could be cute with the younger kid and sort of weary with the teen where he's like 'Just try to make it work okay?' (and she does, she's extremely well adjusted and makes friends) and when she does't want to do something he'd sigh and be all 'I haven't been able to tell you what to do since you got taller than me' and she'd roll her eyes and go 'I've been taller than you since I was 12, dad' and it'd be adorable how they didn't really understand each other any more instead of terrible.
And then, like, he'd obviously meet some tall, good looking, small town doctor played by Mark-Paul. Like, the younger kid gets hurt and he takes her to the town doctor, who he entirely expects to be some old dude because aren't they always in small towns, but then, whoops, the doctor's like cute and everything and Breckin's like 'oh shit' and then Dr Mark-Paul is also redic good with kids and make the younger daughter laugh and Breckin's like 'oh shit' and then while they're in Dr Mark-Paul's office Breckin notices that he doesn't have any family picture or a wedding ring or anything like that and Breckin's like 'oh shit'.
And and and then Mark-Paul shows up at their house with a casserole or whatever and is all 'So you're obviously new to town and I thought maybe your neighbors had already welcomed you but then I saw that you lived literally out in the middle of corn and nowhere and I was like gee they haven't been welcomed to town at all so I made this food because you probably haven't had time to cook because of unpacking...' and Breckin's all star eyes because oh shit he can cook too and he's like 'oh yeah, no, come on in. you're entirely correct. we've been living out of the microwave.' and then they laugh and Mark-Paul's all 'don't get too excited because maybe my cooking isn't that great...?' but Breckin already has a mouthful of food and is like 'omg, this is amazing. ...did your wife or gf teach you...???' and Mark-Paul laughs and is all 'oh no, my grandmother taught me.' and Breckin's like 'oh shit this guy's perfect and amazing.'
I realize that there aren't any ghosts or demons yet and that was, like, the whole premise, but they'd sort of be there in the background... like maybe that's why the kid got hurt and shit probably floats around behind everyone, idk.
But anyway, like Mark-Paul would keep showing up, maybe because he offered to cook dinner or teach Breckin how to cook or maybe Breckin casually mentioned that he's painting some room and Mark-Paul's like 'want me to help?' and anyway it's super cute and the younger daughter adores Mark-Paul and the teen daughter is like good natured-ly 'ugh old people flirting, you guys have fun, I'm going to hang out with some friends.'
So then probably the ghost or demon or whatever starts being a real problem because of all the disturbances going on in the house and, I mean, Breckin doesn't want to tell Mark-Paul that he thinks his house is haunted or possessed or that there's a portal to another dimension in the hall closet because that's not really the kind of thing you bring up to the tall, cute, perfect in every way doctor who may or may not be dating you (there's nothing official yet and it's really only been things that one could totally do with a friend if you're like a really helpful person which Mark-Paul totally is). But it's like really wearing on him. And he's trying to deal with it himself. And trying to not let on to the kids that maybe there's a real problem here, because they're adjusting pretty well and he doesn't want to disrupt that. So he sends the kids off to have a weekend at their grandparents house so that he can deal with the whole ghost demon thing by himself, but Mark-Paul is like 'you wanna do a thing?' (and it was totally going to be a real date date thing) and he has to brush Mark-Paul off because shit's really fucked up at the house and maybe he lies about thinking that he's coming down with something and Mark-Paul totally believes him because he does look pretty wrecked because that's what happen with you live in a haunted possessed house. But that's also like the worst lie to tell because Mark-Paul's a doctor so later he's like 'I should probably go and check on him because that'd be the professional thing to do' and also it's raining and dramatic and Mark-Paul drives up the long, dirt, corned edged road to find Breckin standing there, in the rain, barefoot and half naked and he's like 'wtf'. And Breckin's had, like, the worst time trying to get rid of this demon ghost but now Mark-Paul is there and being sweet and worried and Breckin's like 'I'm sorry this is so fucked up.' and Mark-Paul's like 'no, no, this is a totally exciting and unique first date. I was just going to ask you to watch a movie.' and Breckin's like 'date?' and Mark-Paul's like 'oh, yeah, well, if you, you know...' and Breckin's like 'oh, yeah, totally, totally a date.' and then they, like, kiss and banish the ghost demon back to it's hall closet dimension and then the kids come back and find them curled up on the couch and everything's fine except sometimes towels go missing.
I'm watching an ep of Cheyenne where Cheyenne unknowingly smuggles printing equipment to Mexico to help the mexicans defeat the french and gets beat by a french soldier and saved by a mexican who used to cause trouble in the us but who Cheyenne also used to let get away with stuff and I think they were probably boyfriends because Cheyenne loves his troublemakers. They found a serape big enough to fit Cheyenne. I'm dying, it was probably brightly colored, so amazing.