When Sydney is asked to work up an advertising pitch to sell the Catholic Church to the unwashed masses, she's distinctly uncomfortable. After all, she's agnostic herself and, despite assistance from easy-on-the-eye-but-obviously-celibate Father Giuliani, she just can't stop blaspheming. But, work apart, things are lathering up nicely for our heroine when the chance throw of a pen brings gorgeous Jake into the frame. And then it's a downhill path to first-date sex, polite kidnap and a spot of breaking and entering.
Selling your soul and scrubbing it whiter than white has surely never been so easy. . .