Hines and Kennedy get married in Hyannisport, Mass. They planned on eloping but decided to have their friends and family in attendance.
Hines is presented with her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her work in the category of Television. Friends Larry David and Rachael Harris attend the affair in support of Hines.
I’m so happy about this location because I can get my makeup done and I can get a drink, and then I can go across and get a wig. This is the happiest day of my life.
Williams interviews Cheryl Hines and Ana Gasteyer about their careers, families and their TV show Suburgatory. When asked what its like being married to Robert Kennedy Jr. Hines replies.
Well I definitely feel like an underachiever. He fights for communities and countries to have clean water but he doesn’t make me compost anything.
In this comedy directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, Williams plays businessman Bob Monroe, who disguises his business trip to Colorado as a family camping vacation in a huge RV. The family of four suffers both near disasters and humorous adventures as Monroe and his wife Jamie, played by Cherly Hines, make an effort to bond with their kids and get away from another RV family they believe are stalking them. On working with the director and cast:
We had a good time. It’s weird to make a movie that you had so much fun doing, even though it’s tough work. But we still had a good time with good people.