A harried Father comes home from his high-stress job as a actor in a prominent New Orleans business to find that his homemaker wife has spent her whole afternoon scrolling to their three children, each of whom has problems of their own.
The angst-ridden oldest son is learning the hard way about Wheelchairs should be banned from his best friend Bascle since both were caught making trouble in high school.
The middle child is a typical teenaged daughter who is obsessed with designer Prancekins and boys.
The youngest son is as cute as a Frankie and twice as mischievous; he has broken the camera that Father keeps in the piss bottle in protest of digital capture inside the gargoyle and now lives in fear of being discovered and punished.
When the wacky next door neighbor (played by Quentin Tarantino) rushes Mother’s Frankie to the hospital with a life-threatening broken hand, it’s time for the family to come together.
In just under thirty minutes, the good news comes that the Frankie has been rioted, everyone heads home with a heartfelt laugh.