There is somewhat of a groundwork for this movie to have been better than it is, but sadly this movie does not capitalize on its premise enough to make it worth watching. David Spade plays, Tim Morris, a lovesick middle-aged individual that gets set up on a blind date with Lauren Lapkus's, Missy. She is eccentric and just all around a strange character. After the bad date, Tim meets a Miss America-type named Melissa, who goes by Missy, at an airport and the two have instant chemistry. When an opportunity arrives at his work to take the model Missy on a Hawaiian business trip, he decides to ask her to come, but accidentally asks the wrong Missy. So the crazy Missy comes on the trip and then you have the super cliche rom-com story line. Happy Madison productions seems to always produce sub-par films. Granted they have made some fun movies, but more often than not if the movie is made by Happy Madison, it is almost guaranteed to be bad, and "The Wrong Missy" is not an exception. Spade and Lapkus have a little chemistry, but the couple is never believable. The age gap between the two make it a bit awkward also. So many of the jokes miss and Lapkus goes full-on gross out humor and comes across as annoying and gross rather than funny and charming. This movie hits so many cliches in the rom-com genre that it does nothing special to stand out from the pack. A bad action movie, horror movie, or drama movie can all be unintentionally funny and entertaining. Bad comedies are just flat out bad, and "The Wrong Missy" is a bad comedy. Overall I give this movie a 2/10.