Triple-bill of US comedies. In 'Daddy Day Camp' (2007), the sequel to 'Daddy Day Care' (2003), Cuba Gooding Jr. takes over the role of Charlie Hinton from Eddie Murphy. It is four years later and, low on money, Charlie Hinton comes up with an idea to open up a camp similar to the day care service he originally ran. The stage is set for hyper kids and gross-out gags a-plenty. Along the way, Charlie must resolve problems with his father (Richard Gant) and show his son (Spencir Bridges) that he really loves him. In 'Are We There Yet?' (2005), Nick (Ice Cube) is a smooth operator who is interested in a young, attractive divorcee, Suzanne (Nia Long), mother of a 7-year-old-boy (Philip Bolden) and an 11-year-old-girl (Aleisha Allen). Trying to get together with Suzanne, Nick volunteers to bring her children to meet her out of town. Missing the plane, they must make the long journey by car. What Nick doesn't know is that Suzanne's children think that no man is good enough for their mum and will do everything they can to make the trip a nightmare for him. Finally, in 'Are We Done Yet?' (2007), Nick (Ice Cube) and Suzanne (Long) are now married and have decided to leave the rat race for a quieter life in the suburbs. But when they hire a local contractor (John C. McGinley), their dreams of domestic bliss go up in smoke.