Heartfelt comedy from writer/director Don Roos which weaves together multiple stories to create a picture of love, family and the unpredictability of life itself. Mamie (Lisa Kudrow) is being blackmailed by a filmmaker named Nick (Jesse Bradford) who claims to know Mamie's son - the one she gave up for adoption - but Nick won't introduce her to him unless he can film the reunion. Enter Javier (Bobby Cannavale), Mamie's massage therapist boyfriend, who convinces Nick to film him instead. Now they're all making a movie about massage. Meanwhile, Charley (Steve Coogan) has a longtime boyfriend named Gil (David Sutcliffe). Their best friends, Pam (Laura Dern) and Diane (Sarah Clarke), once tried using Gil as a sperm donor. They said his sperm didn't take, but Charley thinks those control-freak lesbians are lying. Pam and Diane's two-year-old son looks exactly like Gil. And it's time to set the record straight. Finally, Jude (Maggie Gyllenhaal) is annoyed - not at anyone in particular - just in general. When her cousin kicks her out of the house, Jude shacks up with Otis (Jason Ritter), who's still trying to convince his father, Frank (Tom Arnold), that he's straight. Frank's a widower. And he's rich. So Jude decides to sleep with him, too. Really. The last thing she expected was to fall in love.