Satirical comedy about an increasingly dysfunctional family. 17-year-old Colby (Mathew Botuchis) has been buying mini-cameras from the internet and using them to secretly film his family. With the help of his girlfriend Randi (Shiri Appleby), he has been posting the footage on a website, I-See-You.com. When his family find out about the cameras they are understandably furious, but when they find out that the site has been making $17,000 a week, they agree to continue with the online show. The visitor count starts to fall as the family behave less naturally around the cameras, so to get the numbers back up, they bring in Ciro (Victor Alfieri), an Italian hunk, to live in the house. As the sexual tension between Ciro, Colby's mother Lydia (Rosanna Arquette) and his stepsister Audrey (Baelyn Neff) increases, so do the site's visitors. However, things reach boiling point when Colby tries to steal all the credit for the website from Randi, and his stepdad (Beau Bridges) catches Lydia in the process of seducing Ciro.