Sixty years ago, CONRAD WILEY founded Wiley and Co., which is now the biggest tobacco company in the US (Think: Philip Morris). Conrad had two sons: RANDOLPH and WENDELL. When Conrad passed away, he bequeathed most of his assets to Randolph, who had more brains, more guts, and more ruthlessness to run a company. Wendell received a million or so - which he subsequently squandered by funding a series of failed adult-themed remakes of classic TV programs. Today, Randolph is taking a leave of absence from the company to run as the Republican candidate for Mayor. Thinks the Tea Party is too liberal. Hasn't had sex with his wife in ten years... but is far from celibate. Wendell covets the success of his brother, Randolph, and never lets up on his dream of making legitimate, mainstream movies. Trapped in a frigid marriage, Wendell cannot help the love he feels for his sister-in-law, Janice. Randolph's son, KYLE, is the show's moral center - the only one who believes in the goodness of ...
Family can be a drag.