New York Times - 11/13/1987
"...A good-natured premise and a degree of novelty....Short makes a delightful leading man..."
Variety - 11/18/1987
"...Martin Short and Annette O'Toole supply good characterizations..."
It's the third date for two typical baby boomers trying desperately to fall in love, but unable to make a real commitment. In order to impress, many secrets are kept and lies are told until both wind up back at his place (so he says) and things go from bed to worse.
David and Kathy hoping to forge a long term relationship try to conceal the less pleasant aspects of their lives form each other. David just lost his job; so he simply borrows his friend's sports car and flashy apartment. And Kathy's not about to let David know about her daughter and her smoking.