Powerful New York mob boss Jimmy Falcone enters the Witness Protection Program and brings his family — wife Cookie, daughters Theresa and Gina, son Anthony, and Uncle Cheech — along for the adventure of a lifetime. Far from New York’s busy streets, the Falcone family arrives in the peaceful town of Oakville, where the pace is far slower and Jimmy doesn’t always get his way.
When Cookie’s favourite band, Snake Hammer, is playing in Saskatoon, she is insistent on going. She is hoping to meet up with her sister Rosalie, another fan of Snake Hammer, who never misses a show.
After discovering Cuban cigars are legal to buy in Canada, Jimmy and Uncle Cheech go to the Tommy Chong Cigar Bar (assuming this means he’s gone legit, after his stint in prison for selling left-handed tobacco paraphernalia). So Jimmy and his Uncle spend their time smoking Cubans and having drinks. Cheech believes Cuba has a lot to offer, cigars, baseball players and Gooding Jr.On their way home, after a pissing contest and playing six degrees of Kevin bacon, they discover Cookie is upset, and she gives them the boot.
Jimmy crashes at Special Agent Strait McCool’s (to which he refers to his feng shui as Caesars Palace meets Old Yeller, which is what McCool told his decorator)Much to McCool’s dismay, Jimmy throws a party, and characters from recent episodes show up.The Premier of Saskatchewan kicks McCool out, and obviously, after weeks of sexual tension, Cookie takes him in.
So will Jimmy right his wrongs and get back to the status quo?
The episode had plenty of laughs, as usual. The opening was another flashback, this time of the “McDougals” going through the witness protection program, trying to learn their new names. The highlight of the episode was the splices of Gina, the hoodlum in training, getting mad at anybody who called her funny, referencing Joe Pecsi’s character in Goodfellas.