Meeting the new boyfriend's parents is always a little daunting, but for Aiden it's like stepping into the unknown. He's never actually met a boyfriends' family before, and that's the way he likes it. His own parents threw him out when he announced not only was he raising the child he had with his best friend, but that he was also gay. The thought of their standing at the Country Club being tarnished by the shame he had brought down upon them, being more than his mother could bear.
Finn, of course, reassures Aiden that his family will love him, that they're good people - well he would, wouldn't he? Adding that even if they hated Aiden, they'd have to tolerate him to keep Kaylee, didn't help to ease his panic.
Will Aiden be proved wrong? Or will a series of mishaps and misunderstandings make him wish he'd stayed at home?