Dr. Virgil Morrison is a simple man, living a simple life and quite content to do so. Unfortunately, as a psychologist, problems abound when he must deal with patients such as Mrs. Garrett, an elderly kleptomaniac; forge through Family Therapy with the unruly and obnoxious Hennmen family; and solve the mystery of the enigmatic suicidal, depressive Richard Lopez. If that weren't enough, his mother and sister have convinced him that he's not as happy as he thinks he is, so they set him up with blind date after disastrous blind date. There is also his secretary, his summer temp, his beautiful associate, the waitress at the coffee shop, the Psychological Association, his obsession with a past failed relationship, and the advice-dispensing, cigar-smoking ghostly figure of his long dead father that he has to sort through.
Then, he meets and falls in love with Corrine. A woman that helps to simplify all the complications of life, love, and everyday interactions.
But could the solution to one of the problems lead to the loss of the only true happiness the doctor has ever known?
Dr. Virgil Morrison finds out that life, love, and everyday interactions are not so simple.