Parents need to know that the theme of disguise creates slapstick moments of sexual tension. There is also tension at home, as the family is still mourning the loss of the father figure. Teen daughter Becca (Emily Osment of Hannah Montana) can say some pretty mean things to her mom, Wendy, but the two make amends in the end. Wendy also has a habit of fibbing, which gets her into pretty big trouble.
- Families can talk about how little lies can snowball out of control.
- Why does Wendy lie in the first place? Did she have a choice?
- How is she different from the real Lorenzo?
- Would she have been as effective as a coach if she took on the job as herself?