Seriously. I actually paused the dvr at that point, because I had to talk that scene out with my wife. I mean, Victoria is introduced just as a “family friend”- a fact that she doesn’t dispute. She also doesn’t argue when he says that the trip was basically for business. Honestly, I don’t even know if Victoria even clocked that he and Corey were together. Plus, their friends are right there, and can corroborate his story. I guess I give them credit for not having Corey just see them hug or something at the party- like in every other one of these movies- but still, that had to be the flimsiest twist in quite a while.
Otherwise, Matt McCoy has basically become Sam Waterston, which is weird-but now I want to see Hallmark’s “Love & Order: Marital Intent.”