Based on writer Brian Gallivan's real life, this family comedy is about a loud, sports-crazed Boston clan. At the center is the youngest son, Ronny, who is gay and somewhat sports-challenged. Hoping to gain some independence from his overly involved family, Ronny decides to take a job in Rhode Island. But plans change when his father stuns everyone and asks Ronny, instead of his more qualified siblings, to be his assistant high school basketball coach.
The fate of youngest son Ronnie is quite difficult in a family of immigrants from Ireland. He always knew his relatives as the exemplary Catholics but now it is unclear why suddenly they were faced with a great desire to give themselves to sports. The life of a family in Boston McCarthy develops very well which is not the Ronnie is a person with a different orientation have difficulty in communicating with others. Despite the fact that the family members of people imposing their preference was to get separate apartments. Acquired dwellings are close to each other which allows at any time to all come together and negotiate plans for the future. However, the man dreams of the future in which the role of his family would be negligible. He wants to move to Rhode Island to start a new life there. Close do not share with him his wish. As for the father, he generally has very different plans for Ronii. Because he is a senior coach in basketball he is planning to take his team a reliable assistant. Based on the fact that the rest of the offspring of the family is much more talented than Ronnie accordingly this burden of responsibility falls on him. In connection with the adopted family charters children do not have the right to rectify the decision of their parents so Ronnie has no choice but to proceed with the new responsibilities.Read more »