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His role was just to be eye candy to the women and gay men watching this movie.
The voice over is often the writer's lazy and/or incompetent way of writing and usually is a sign of a bad movie when they have to tell you what is going on.
I guess this is because they "met cute" and she is single and supposedly "not looking" and doesn't need a man.
After realizing this is her character I gave up on the movie as I found her offensive.
'But even when Mom wasn't around, I felt as if she was watching.
We were always holding hands and trying to find ways to be alone and kiss, but poor guy, I made him wait and wait and my mom kept track.'After splitting with Dean, Brooke went on to date Liam Neeson, while other romances included JFK Jr and John Travolta.
She also maintained a friendship with Michael Jackson who she met when she was 13.'He wanted us never not to be with each other,' she added.
'We loved each other but it was not at all romantic.
He was like a little kid who asked questions about dating. He was terrified.'Following a tumultuous relationship with Agassi which ended in divorce after two years of marriage, Brooke, now 49 , remarried in 2001 to TV writer Chris Henchy and they have two daughters, Rowan 10, and Grier, seven.
I Do (But I Don't) is a 2004 American made-for-television romantic comedy film starring Denise Richards, Dean Cain, Karen Cliche, Olivia Palenstein and Mimi Kuzyk.
That night, Lauren's mother Cookie (Mimi Kuzyk) invites Lauren and Lauren's one-year-separated husband Brad (David Lipper) to dinner.
Not knowing Brad cheated on Lauren, Cookie wants Lauren to give the marriage a second chance, but all Lauren wants is for Brad to stop stalling and sign the divorce papers she sent him weeks ago.
If you are in the mood for a romantic comedy, watch a screwball comedy from the 1930s with either Jean Arthur, Myrna Loy, or Jean Harlow.