Children and parents. In New York City, Stephen and Danny live well: they're smooth, cool, in love, and good at what they do. Stephen's Midwestern parents pay them a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Jenny and Damon tell their parents they are engaged: Matt's parents, Midwestern paramilitary fanatics, take it as a sign to gather their group to invade New York. Jenny's father is the local Mob boss who employs Stephen and Danny as enforcers. He's unhappy that Jenny is marrying someone who is neither Sicilian nor Catholic. Stephen's parents know he's gay, they just don't know what his job is. Here come the parents; will the children survive? All roads lead to the engagement party.
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When called upon to speak at his birthday party, Mr. Torcelli knocks his champagne glass off the table. In the next shot his glass is back on the table. See more
Why? Why are you always talking bad about your sons, Victor? And with their children sitting right here.
A soldier must inspire fear, Stella. Vito and Frankie do not inspire fear.
Of COURSE they inspire fear. I'm afraid of them. Everybody's afraid of them. Stephen, Danny, tell him how afraid you are of Vito and Frankie.
The dancing girls at THE CLUB are not afraid of Vito and Frankie. Stick to cooking.
[to Stephen and Danny
Heh, my wife, I beg her to let me get her a maid.
[back to Stella
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You Can't Surprise Me
Written by Walter Edgar Kennon a/k/a Skip Kennon See more