As a high-end custom furniture maker, Jimmy is trying to raise Wendy, his smart, yet manipulative, 10-year-old daughter he has with Donna, and his darkness-obsessed teen daughter Bonnie, whom he had with his first wife, a tart-tongued cocktail waitress, Claire. Constantly trying to prove to all these women that he does indeed love them - despite his penchant for stupid, hormonally-inspired remarks - things only become more complicated when Bonnie says she wants to live with him and Donna. Jimmy finally gets a break with the birth of his newest baby - it's a boy! Jimmy's joy over having an ally in the house is euphoric...even if father and son are still physically outnumbered - and more importantly, psychologically outwitted.
One man in a house full of women. Let the games begin.
Did You Know?
I think all men hate women on some level. Jimmy's father hated me.
C'mon, Mom, that's not true!
In his will he referred to me as That Bitch Who Killed Me.
Referenced in Coffee and Cigarettes