What if Romeo and Juliet's parents had tried to put aside their differences and allowed the kids to get married? The tale unfolds as comedy about two Italian families from different sides of the subway tracks. The Nunzio's, led by dominant patriarch Tony "Big T" Nunzio, are proud to be from Astoria, Queens where they operate a GoGo Bar. The Vitale's, led by strong matriarch Mrs. Josephina Vitale, have moved away from "trashy" Queens and now reside in the pleasant suburb of Massapequa, Long Island. Even though the parents disapprove of the marriage they realize the kids, Tony "Little T" Nunzio and Tina Vitale, are in love. So they agree to try to get along for their wedding day-- "for the kids." Unfortunately for everyone involved, it might have been better had the kids just eloped. What can go wrong, does go wrong, in this tale about an Italian-American wedding.