Man falls in love with boy, then man falls in love with female and the rest is history? Laidback, lonely and slightly cynical male who intends to spend his entire life alone meets high-strung, eternally optimistic female whose life seems to be completely defined by her deep attachment to her 11-year-old son. On the surface, the two lead characters of NBC's new comedy hit, which airs Tuesdays at 9/8c, seem to have all the ingredients for a potential opposites-attract romantic relationship.The will-they-or-won't-they thing may be in there, but I think what's going to be cool about it is it will be this weird family forming." Executive producer Jason Katims says that the questions surrounding a potential love match between Will and Fiona have taken him by surprise.Together, they find their love of skating goes beyond the ice.Mina has everything going for her -- a boyfriend who has meticulously planned out their lives and a great job with International Corporate Brands.
The scenery is quite pretty with the lake and such.Also there is a point to the premise with quality food over the bad quality franchise food we get in many chain restaurants.There are some bits of humor that work like her new name to go in line with her new persona.There's some good moments coming up where they sort of help each other out a little bit and there's some good conflict," Driver said."There's a little bit of rubbing up the wrong way, which I think is really funny because Fiona doesn't have any romantic intentions towards Will." Added Katims: "We didn't want to play into [the idea that] there's a jealously or that aspect of it because we felt like both Fiona and Sam would not really react that way to each other." Returning spring shows: Where we left off Instead, Fiona will have her hands full with several men after her disastrous, but eye-opening, date.