A woman learns that her husband has been having a very open affair with his secretary and has promised marriage. The wife sues for divorce and also sues the secretary based on an obscure law on alienation of affection, which was created to protect married couples from homewreckers. This sets a new court room consideration, as the culpability of the other woman must be defended and removes from consideration the fault of the married partners.
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The "other woman" has been called a lot of things... this time she's being called to court.
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Did You Know?
The film was released on August 16th 1999. That was Laura Innes' 42nd birthday. See more
That bitch of an ex-wife of yours is suing me!
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O Come, All Ye Faithful
Lyrics by Frederick Oakeley
and music by John Reading
Sung by Park Overall
, Timothy Carhart and the family See more