Expecting the personality of a specialist named Donna, Jack is hired by Glory’s beleaguered guardians, Kay (Famke Janssen) and (Scott Cohen), whose relationship is starting to shred under the weight. Kay is especially excited to have the assistance, since she’s needed to give up her vocation to watch over her tyke. Less inviting is Glory’s more seasoned sibling Robert (Israel Broussard), in spite of the fact that he can’t resist the urge to be amped up for the new parental figure’s hotness.
Of course, “Donna” has more than a couple of ungainly minutes managing her charge, however her speedy deduction and road smarts save her from heap botches. She starts to warm to the task, getting some tips from watching the film The Miracle Worker, and sets out on a provisional sentiment with Robert. She likewise winds up holding with Glory, who, in spite of such intermittent failures as straying to her most loved park, begins hinting at change.