In a move that could come out of a Seinfeld episode, they can't get a reservation so Carrel overhears a waitress calling for someone else for a reservation and he decides they should take it since they're no-shows. This isn't to say that Josh Klausner's script may not have some laughs, but where exactly I can't be sure, since most of his contributions would appear to come from the super-conventional story aspects as my own mother put it, "I don't know, looks like The Out of Towners, or that Blind Date movie from the 80's". The "Tripplehorns", as it turns out, have some shady dealings with some bad dues with guns, and so the Fosters, our confused heroes, go on the run in the city. That's all you need sometimes in a comedy that's based in formula, is two character to at least semi care about and, perhaps more wisely than a Hollywood rom-com can be given credit for, it has painfully normal characters here, nothing too complicated , and who are funny in semi-funny situations. And yet, he or just the studio must have had the insight to put together two of the funniest people working right now- not to mention with shows back-to-back on Thursday nights on NBC- Steve Carrel and Tina Fey, because they help elevate anyone's work by a longshot. It's when Fey and Carrel are allowed to play loose with the script that it strikes the iron. So, if you're looking for something masterfully done, look elsewhere.