LOS ANGELES, Feb. 25 (UPI) -- U.S. actress Jenna Fischer says taking a week off from marriage like the characters do in her new film "Hall Pass" would be a horrible idea in real life.
In the big-screen comedy by Bobby and Peter Farrelly, Fischer plays a harried mother of three who agrees to give her husband, played by Owen Wilson, a one-week break from marriage with no consequences.
Asked at a recent Los Angeles news conference if she thinks the notion at the center of "Hall Pass" is a good theory in real life, Fischer replied, "It's a horrible idea!"
"Are you kidding? It's a wonderful premise for a film; it's a horrible practical idea in your life. Don't do it," cautioned the star of TV's "The Office," who married screenwriter Lee Kirk last year.
And, no, Fischer insisted she wouldn't want a "hall pass" herself -- at least not yet.
"I'm a newlywed. I don't want a hall pass right now," she said. "Sorry, it's true."