It’s 1979, and Jack and Karen are on a blind date. They really like each other—and each other’s parents.
But tension litters their course: Karen’s dad won’t speak to Jack, Jack’s mum won’t eat pork, and no one will shut up. As these characters meet, eat, misinterpret, and overreact, will the older generation be a catalyst, or a catastrophe?
This new comedy probes the sheepish beginnings of love, and the zealous involvement of parents.
By Tamara Micner