Polly doesn’t really want, and certainly doesn’t need, her sister’s help at the farm or at the farmer’s market where she sells her organic produce. But Sandy is determined to pitch in and even contribute to the wares - regardless of how confused she is by it all.
While planning to relive an episode of the Lawrence Welk Show for their 90-year-old mother’s birthday party, two middle-aged couples find their power dynamics exposed.
Three seniors decide that a little shoplifting is just the ticket for finding adventure and liberty in retirement, but not before first wrangling and challenging each other with as much peer pressure and lust for adventure as a trio of teenagers.
When Amy and Kim overhear some classmates talk about playing a prank, they think it’s just boys bragging. Now a child’s life is on the line, and Amy isn’t so sure it was all talk. Should they get involved and tell someone what they [think] they heard?
As the result of a divorce, Amy is being forced to sell her high-rise apartment and is busy preparing for the upcoming real estate showing. She has hired Mack to paint the living room, but in her efforts to move the project along, Amy discovers her apartment isn’t the only thing that needs work. A fast-moving comedy that takes itself seriously.
Doug and Susie are about to become first-time parents and Doug is very proud of how he has just handled what surely would have been a terrible threat to their new baby – the family cat. In his enthusiasm to share every detail of the day’s successful euthanasia event, he blithely fails to see how his very pregnant wife feels about it. When Eve, (Susie’s best friend), arrives to add insult to Susie’s injury, she and Doug become stuck over the proper way to memorialize the cat.