August 15, 2003
Molly Gunn grew up spoiled as the daughter of a very rich rock star. When he died, however, his manager took his money and ran, leaving Molly penniless and having little idea of how to conduct herself as an adult. In desperation, she decides to seek employment as a nanny, and she finds what seems to be an easy gig looking after a precocious 8-year-old named Ray. Ray is extremely lonely and would love more attention from her parents. Her cushy existence has not made her happy, but as a coping mechanism she has forced herself to grow up very early. Hence, she and Molly are opposites. As Molly shows her how to loosen up and have fun, Ray teaches her the meaning of responsibility.