This comedy movie is written by Dennis Kao, and directed by Scott Culver, and it sets out to show the difference the word love is between a man and a woman. Andy Conner acted by Josh Meyers is working in a record company finding new talents. Everything seems to be going well for him, but he faces a very big problem that he cannot seem to solve. Andy is in love, and is engaged to marry Lauren Baker who is the love of his life. However, when they couple is making love, Andy finds that he is unable to satisfy her.
Confiding in his best friend Layne Wilson about the problem that he is facing, the both of them decide to research how to bring Lauren to an orgasm when they are making love. During the whole time that both of them are together, Andy has not told Lauren once that he loves her, but this fact seems to slip his mind, when both Andy and his friend is trying to search for the answer to make a woman happy. During the time Andy is trying to find his answer, Lauren gets a promotion, but with this promotion, she needs to be transferred to Chicago.
Hearing news of her promotion, Lauren's friend, and colleague Daniel Meltzer visits her, and tries his best to persuade her to take the promotion, and move to Chicago. During the time they are talking, both of them discover that they were childhood friends, but this leads to a misunderstanding, between Andy and Lauren, as he assumes that she is cheating on him. As Lauren and Daniel are driven closer, Andy seems to be losing Lauren to Daniel, but he doesn't stop trying to make things work between both of them.
Finally the answer to his question is answered towards the end of the movie, and all it took were three simple words. This movie delivers on laughs along the way, but at the same time tries to deliver the message that love is more than skin deep, and there are many different ways to express it.