Mr. Church - Wikipedia
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Church and urges her mother Marie to fire him. It is revealed that Mr.
Church was hired by Richard Cannon, a wealthy entrepreneur who had an adulterous affair with Marie. When he died, he left provisions in his will that provided financial support for Marie while she suffered from terminal breast cancer.
The provisions were slated to last for six months to match her diagnosed life expectancy. Church informs her that he was guaranteed a lifetime salary to care for the family, Marie reneges and decides to keep Mr. Church as their cook.
She rides the bus to school with Eddie Larson Christian Madsena man whose driver's license has been permanently revoked due to serving four years in prison for vehicular manslaughter. Six years later, Marie is still living and Mr. Church has become a fixture in the household and is a renaissance man of sorts, being an avid reader, sketch artist, gardener, gourmet cook, jazz aficionado and pianist.
Charlie is a senior in high school and now aware of her mother's cancer. Charlie grows distant from her mother and closer to Mr.
Church because of her inability to come to terms with Marie's impending death. Owen Xavier Samuelwho was always attracted to Charlie, invites her to their senior prom.
Charlie is reluctant to go but Marie promises her that if she decides to attend prom, she will stay alive to see it. Church and Marie help Charlie pick out a dress. On the big night, the three of them take photos as a family and Charlie goes to prom with Owen.
Several days later, Mr. Church meets Charlie at the bus stop to deliver the news that her mother has passed. Church stays with Charlie after Marie dies. Charlie gets accepted to Boston University but cannot afford to attend. Church gives her an envelope containing five thousand dollars for tuition—the money he saved from coupons Marie gave him. He also provides her with a used car and she asks Larson to teach her how to drive.
Charlie runs into Owen sometime later and he tells her he is going away to college. Two years later a pregnant Charlie shows up on Mr. Church's doorstep, stating that she returned home just to take a break from studies.
She eventually ask Mr. Church if she could live with him. He agrees as long she abides by one rule and that is to respect his privacy. Charlie notices that twice a week Mr. Church comes home drunk and violently arguing with no one and has matches from a place called Jelly's. Instead of ending up at they wedding, the stumble upon an event where they are mistaken for members of the band. Nick and Brooke perform My Funny Valentine and flee when the real band shows up.
After their last-ditch attempt to get a bus to Boston fails for lack of funds, Brooke borrows a man's phone, calls a friend, and begs her to retrieve a letter she has left for her husband that she does not want him to read. Elated that her problem is now solved, Brooke offers to go to Nick's friend's wedding and pretend to be his girlfriend in front of his ex, Hannah.
At the reception, Nick sees Hannah, but after being introduced to her new boyfriend, he leaves abruptly. Outside Nick tells Brooke that this was the first time he had seen Hannah since she rejected his marriage proposal and broke up with him six years ago. At Brooke's insistence, Nick goes back to speak to Hannah and discovers that she is pregnant and that their relationship is truly over. Wandering around the city, the two find a psychic who is still open.
After he reads her future, he allows Brooke to use his phone and she learns her friend could not get into her home to retrieve the letter. After they leave the psychic, Brooke reveals to Nick that she discovered that her husband was cheating on her.
Though he ended the relationship, she discovered that he was going to see his mistress again. Devastated, she wrote him a letter ending the marriage and went to New York for work. However, during her trip she received a phone call from her husband saying he was coming home early and realized that he had ended the relationship for good.
At a restaurant Nick tells Brooke that her husband will most likely understand that what he did was wrong and that if he doesn't, that's that. Brooke, worried about getting home before her husband, sneaks out the back of the restaurant and tries to hail a cab.
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Nick appears, frustrated that she tried to bail on him, and they argue about their relationships and the relationship with each other. They then go to Nick's friend's hotel room. Together they unwind from the nights adventures and write on the back of paintings in the room a reference to an earlier encounter with a painting with erotic writing on the back of it. They then share a kiss and reflect on their night.