On the Greek island of Skios, guests of the Fred Toppler Foundation are eagerly awaiting the keynote address of world-renowned scientist, Dr. Norman Wilfred. But the Dr. Wilfred who appears is not at all like they imagined – especially for Nikki, the overworked, under-appreciated and exhausted organizer of this high-profile event. Nikki is stunned to find that Dr. Wilfred is young, handsome, and extremely charismatic rather than the middle-aged, formal academic she was expecting to meet. In fact, Dr. Wilfred is so unbelievably personable, considering that he is a highly-acclaimed, brilliant scientist and researcher, that Nikki and the rest of the guests are stunned by his charm and wit. Dr. Norman Wilfred is seemingly a godsend for the stuffy, staunch Foundation, but there’s just one problem….the man claiming to be Dr. Wilfred isn’t Dr. Wilfred at all. He’s just a young, bored, spontaneous man who happened to be mistaken for the distinguished scientist. Most normal people would quickly correct a mistaken identity, but not Oliver Fox. Oliver is tire of being Oliver, so why not be Dr. Wilfred for a few days? Everyone seems convinced enough.