Under One Roof
It’s a little tight in the brothers’ house. Anthony’s sharing his room with his sister, and Jared and Jacob are in the garage with the dog. A four-bedroom condo for seven people is a bit snug. No wonder there’s tension.
Brother vs. Brother
Eldest brother Grady has a problem with Anthony’s drinking, claiming that it affects Anthony’s singing, but Anthony has no intention of giving up that vice. Maybe that’s still on Grady’s mind when Anthony calls his brother a homosexual. Anthony finds it funny, but Grady responds with a sucker punch that catches his lil’ bro off guard. The two fight while their family members try to pry them apart.
In the end, they make up. Jared points out that Anthony can’t continue to insult his brother. Papa tells them they need to voice their issues before things get physical. Will these two move past this, or will it come up again?
Drano, the fellas’ uncle, decides to have a family BBQ, but he’s none too pleased when Anthony bails to make some money at his side hustle. Who knew a grown man needed permission to go to his job? Apparently, Anthony does, and Drano takes it personally that Anthony left without first letting Drano know. Was Anthony being secretive? Drano definitely thought so.
In the end the brothers are all side-by-side performing for their loved ones. It’s all peace and love … for now.
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