Seeing the Airstream was cool, but the movie itself was lame and predictable. Several incongruities too.
Did anyone else notice that in the first road scene, Ted Danson was driving the left lane on a blind uphill corner? It didn't look like a divided highway to me. Even if it was, he should have been in the right lane.
Then when Mary Steenbergen's character said they couldn't stay married, "because things are different back there (at home)", my wife and I burst out laughing. The obvious response would be "Let's sell the house and hit the road!"
The writers/producers missed the chance for a new series.
"He's one of those who knows that life is just a leap of faith/Spread your wings and hold your breath/And always trust your cape" Guy Clark