Eli and Warner are business partners – and childhood best friends – whose lives get turned upside down when their pain-in-the-neck dads move in with them.
Ghost Child Games is in need of a new video game concept. So WARNER and VERONICA encourage ELI to revert to his tried-and-true method of coming up with ideas: “medicinally enhanced” baked goods. But the guys discover an even better use for the treats when their pain-in-the-neck dads, DAVID and CRAWFORD, start eating them and totally mellowing out.
When Warner borrows Edna from Eli, a “love-triangle” forms, leading Eli to realize he needs to treat her better in order to save their once-happy relationship. Meanwhile, Veronica hires Crawford as an intern at the office, much to the chagrin of the guys.
Eli starts dating Veronica’s friend, Anne (guest star Allison Munn), an attractive, but somewhat annoying comedian, and he agrees to move in with her just to spite David. Meanwhile, a recording session for video company Ghost Child’s new game, “Occue-Die Wall Street,” gets out of hand when Crawford helps Warner with some “businessman” voice-over work.
Warner and Eli worry about their dads’ health, so the four guys visit the doctor to get physicals. However, when the doctor dies before giving Warner his test results, he begins to question his own mortality.
Warner (Giovanni Ribisi) hires an older woman as the new office assistant with the hope that Eli (Seth Green), who has a track record of being a Human Resources liability, won’t be attracted to her. However, his plan backfires when Crawford (Martin Mull) and David (Peter Riegert) start competing for her affections.
Painfully unfunny comedy rife with stereotypes.
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