Frustrated with their routines and feeling crammed inside the house, the family decides to take a flying trapeze class. Meanwhile, Meredith discovers the joys of the gun range, and Sinbad develops a new on-stage musical persona.
The family is growing more frustrated and tense by the day as living all together under one roof is beginning to take its toll. They all decide they need a bit of inspiration. Paige is struggling mightily with writer’s block, so in a collective show of support, the entire family joins her for a human trapeze experience that will, hopefully, break her creative funk.
Royce, meanwhile, is having his own creative troubles and feels bored with school. He decides he needs an adventure and that his martial arts training has prepared him for a fight quest. Sinbad asks Royce’s hapkido sensei to show Royce the error in his judgment by humbling him in combat. Equally frustrated with the manic house is Meredith, who finds an unexpected release in shooting handguns at firing ranges.
Lastly, Sinbad has always dreamt of a career as a musical entertainer. He sets his sights on performing a concert on stage in the guise of a newly developed character: crusty old bluesman “Memphis Red.”
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