The incident with the gun has put a serious crack in the relationship. Frankie has moved out and it Grace is enjoying it. When her daughter come over, they smoke pot (Grace is stoned but won't admit it) and bare their souls. Things get bad when Grace suggests they should all do this bonding and smoking stuff all the time. Soon the sons are over there and it gets even worse. One of them is trying to have a relationship with a neurotic woman and Frankie is wrecking it. The gun is the issue and they need to deal with this. Well crafted and, as usual, spot on.
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