The dysfunctional Collins family returns for the youngest daughter, Sophie, who will be getting married in the next 3 weeks.
MPAA Rating: Rated R for some language, sexuality/nudity and drug content.
Sophie Collins - a depressed writer who will marry her fiance, Sam, in 3 weeks.
David Collins - the patriarch of the family who is divorced to Miriam Collins. He is described by his children as, “a wreck to the family”.
Miriam Collins - the matriarch of the family who is living with her partner, Edward Munch.
Edward Munch - a weird-looking business magnate who is Miriam's common-law husband, but is 5 years younger than Miriam
Henry Collins - Miriam and David's middle child, a failed comedian/impressionist turned business magnate and cat herder who resents David but is close to Edward more than David.
Damien Collins - Miriam and David's eldest child, a depressed playwright with a Southern accent who is divorced to his first love, Catherine, but still loves her deeply.
Catherine Wilson - a theater actress who is deeply in love with Damien despite their divorce.
Cecile Yang - a Chinese librarian who is Henry's frenemy/love interest.
Sam Harper - Sophie's British fiancee who is 17 years her senior.
Wilson Abernathy - a Jewish geologist who was Sophie's boyfriend
Alex Carpenter - the cousin of Sophie, Damien and Henry and the nephew of Miriam and David who is considered “the black sheep” by everyone.
Randall - an African-American butler who serves the Collins family
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