A wife (Chanel Preston) makes her husband (Charles Dera), a nice dinner. She tries striking up a conversation with him but he’s too distracted. Little does she know, it’s because he’s busy staring at a string of messages on his phone from an apparent mistress of his. Annoyed by her husband’s lack of caring, her eyes linger on a birthday card from her sister. ‘Family’s important, isn’t it?’ she directs to her husband, who once again ignores her, showing that he takes his wife and family for granted.
The next day, the husband’s world is turned upside down when a teen girl (Whitney Wright) shows up on his doorsteps. She’s eerily calm while he is too shocked to do anything but stare at her. Before he can shoo her away, the wife catches sight of the teen and invites her in, thinking she’s there selling cookies. The teen comments that there’s a misunderstanding… she’s not there to sell cookies, she’s there to see her dad!
The husband is stuck between a rock and a hard place as the wife gets over her initial shock and invites the teen girl inside, giving her a place to stay now that they’re family! While the wife is over the moon with happiness, the husband knows he’s screwed as the teen casts him dark, sultry stares when the wife isn’t looking.
There’s more here than meets the eye, and the husband’s troubles are just beginning.