While I certainly had sympathy for Keri Russell's character, she should have gotten a divorce years ago when she realized what a jerk her husband turned out to be once they were married. And lust is no excuse for infidelity, although it is often the cause of it. It's ironic, the actress who played the doctor's wife (and who is a resident) also plays a doctor in the TV series Jericho, and her husband was unfaithful then, too. I am not a prude, I am not religious, I am just morally and ethically opposed to infidelity. If you fall out of love with your spouse, if you fall in love with someone else, GET A DIVORCE and then you can do whatever you want. I wouldn't make such a big deal of it except two of the three waitresses were having affairs. The third marries a man who was pretty much a stalker, although we don't learn enough about him to know how he treats her after they are married. I did enjoy hearing about all the different kinds of pies. I wonder how many of them actually taste as good as they sound. Other than that, I really can't recommend this movie for anyone.