A widower for twenty-five years, Benard Muloovy, proprietor of Maudie's Diner, is served a full plate of comic chaos when his deceased wife, a talking portrait on the diner wall, enlists the services of an angel to help her reunite Benard with their long, lost daughter, Elizabeth. But true to his mischievous nature, Michael, the angel, brings into Benard's life, not one, but two Elizabeths, each with the same birthday and adopted from the same orphanage. Benard's task is to decide which young woman is his real daughter, but there's one problem: He doesn't like either of them. E.L. is a snobbish restaurant critic with her eye on Benard's secret wealth, while Lizzy suffers from a split personality disorder. However, there is no shortage of people eager to contribute to his dilemma: a forgetful waitress, a PHD student with a communication disability, a yin-yang geriatric duo, and a motorcycle mama anxious to become the next Mrs. Muloovy. But Darlynn, a woman who has been trying to get Benard to the altar for a quarter of a century, has her own bizarre strategy to win his heart. In a contest of laughter and tears, lines are drawn, sides are taken, and rules are broken, as one young lady reveals a secret and ultimately claims her paternity&but not without a twist&or two.