O.K. That makes sense. Other than the twin angle, it was about as generic as generic gets. The most interesting thing about it was what was most reprehensible about it. It was a celebration of indecisiveness. The negative things about being indecisive were very clearly spelled out: literally. An adult character actually explained to the lame male lead why indecisiveness was very, very bad. And at the series conclusion, he still hadn't made up his mind.
I say, when in doubt, default to the richer-than-god twins who insist upon sharing you.
Loved Alternative, however.