Parenting is hard, it's made even harder with one simple word "Step"... So what about this word makes it so hard. Being a stepparent means that you're stepping in and co-parenting children that may not be your own but that you love as if they were. All you want in return is love and respect. That's what we see here. A step-dad does all that he can to be all he can for his two step kids. All is going great until the bio dad comes back into the picture. One of them is a mild mannered employee at a jazz radio station and one of them is a man with a tough guy persona that shies away from responsibility. As Brad and Dusty do their best to outdo one another, they lose focus of what is really important. Only when they begin focusing on what is really important do they begin to find their way. This is a comedy that leaves much to be desired. It seems to be aimed at families with young kids but in reality, its target audience is young adults. This story is laced with double entendres, adult situations, strong language and inappropriate behaviour. That being said, this is funny... There is literally one joke/gag right after another throughout but it's not what it seems to be. Some ways it's better and in others, it just leaves you confused. There is unity that is realized but it comes at a cost to all involved.