Sam and Mel are thrilled that they are having a baby, and can't wait to go visit Mel's parents to give them the news. But unfortunately for Sam there are many mishaps that get in the way. First Sam is delayed at an office party by a drunk, flirtatious co worker, who throws up on him. When he tries to shower at her place while she is passed out, she wakes up and throws him out with no clothes on. He shows up in a garbage bag as a diaper to his future inlaws. It all goes down hill from there.
Sam and Mel are spending the week at Mel's parents house, and Sam is trying to repair the damage he did with Mel's parents. However, he accidentally kills one of Dick's beloved birds. He tries to replace the bird with a new look-a-like bird, but in doing so lets the other bird out of the cage, and it flies away. He also screws things up with Mel's older sister, who is there with her baby and young son. He keeps walking in on her while she is pumping. And lastly, he thinks he has captured the notorious neighborhood robber, but it turns out it is actually Mel's brother David, who has just arrived from Africa.
After damaging Dick's portrait, Sam along with his friend Adam who is visiting the Clayton's house, attempt to fix it but a larger problem arises when his friend falls for Mel's sister, Chloe, much to Dick's chagrin.
While Sam and Mel continue to keep their big news hush hush, their little secret and more explodes in front of the entire Clayton family, on this week's episode of "Worst Week."
Sam tells a lie to his coworkers after he invites too many of them to his wedding. But the excuse he uses to uninvite them snowballs into an even bigger problem. Adam -- Nick Kroll. Margaret -- Susan Blakely.
While babysitting Mel's niece, Sam accidentally lets her eat one of the wedding rings that June (Olympia Dukakis) gave him to use on their wedding day, on "Worst Week."
Melanie "Mel" Clayton
Mishap-filled sitcom is funny but predictable.
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