Lucy, a precocious 18-year-old skater girl, sits arms crossed between her father and a suitcase. They are sitting in the living room of an older woman, who introduces herself as Grandma Jean. The woman's husband sits sternly beside her, an older man with a grey beard whom she calls Grandpa. They study the teen girl, as the father thanks them profusely for taking her in with such short notice. Ever since her mother left, she has been severely out of control: partying, being promiscuous with both men and women and completely disobeying his rules. He didn't know where else to turn ... and his pastor recommended their unique 'homestyle' rehabilitation facility. Grandma Jean assures him that they will take good care of her, just as if she were their grandchild. That is their style. She offers to fetch Lucy some cookies which she scoffs at! Her father tries to scold her, but Grandpa cuts him off, politely but sternly suggesting that he leave. He will be allowed monthly visitations and regular phone calls, just as they explained on the phone. The father does as he is told and exits, leaving the startled Lucy alone with Grandpa.