Town therapist Maisie Daniels is having a bad day.
A failed alarm clock makes her late for work, she's locked
herself out of her house and worse, she's half way across
town when she realizes she's wearing her bunny slippers.
A double scoop of tutti-frutti ice cream is just the ticket
to boost her mood.
When Sergeant Jake Hennessey spots a woman in bunny
slippers muttering to herself in the park, he wonders
if she's one of the local eccentrics. When she steps from
the ice cream parlor with her double dip in hand, Jake
decides not to cite her for eating ice cream on the street,
a recent ban, but invites her to dinner instead.
When Jake arrives at the restaurant and sees Maisie
in her bunny slippers, he knows instantly that he could
Pamela Howard can't believe what she let her friend
Maisie talk her into - a charity costume contest where
she's made to dress as King Louis XVI. Her partner, dressed
as Queen Marie Antoinette, reminds her of a man she's
spent five long years trying to forget.
Hank Delacroix is ready to throttle his friend Jake.
Hank is a great clown around his 49er teammates, but six-inch
heels and a poodle on his head are a bit much. He has
to be the tallest drag queen in the state. When he meets
his Louis partner, he can't keep memories of the only
woman he ever loved from waking in his mind.
When Hank realizes Louis is his ex-fiance, he has
to find a way to make her stop running away from him so
he can finally apologize.