Mike learns Rusty's fiancée has a couple of teenage kids. He's somewhat offended as his brother seems to think he suddenly knows what it's like to be a father. In other news, Sue knows that the hamburger cake the bakery clerk is trying to pawn off her simply won't fly for a wedding, so she fights for a new one. She's crushed when all Frankie can focus on is the fact that she never got the porch light bulb.
The wedding guests are due to arrive any minute. The house is a mess. Sue is in tears. Frankie is panicked. Mike assures her that everything will be fine. We almost believe him until Axl accidently screeches his car all over the front lawn. It's the result of another ill-advised stump removal effort.
Rusty marries his new love in the backyard in front of friends and family. Best man Mike is asked to give a speech during the reception. He hands off one of his two beers to grab the microphone. Mike seems to be descending down a dark road about the hardships of being part of a family. In truth, his message is all about the rewards that it offers. Later, Frankie and Mike take a good look around as those they love dance the night away. Suddenly, their house, make that their home, looks pretty great.