Charlie lives in Mexico with his son Pedro. After being released from jail they both have to move back to Chile where his father--whom he hasn't seen in more than 30 years--is willing to receive them and help them begin a fresh start. As if that whole move wasn't stressful enough, Charlie discovers at the airport that his father is a homosexual and worst of all, lives with his partner. With a less than perfect resume, the only job Charlie finds is as a waiter at Lokas. In the meantime, Pedro tries to adjust to his new life and to understand the relationship between his granfather Mario and this "uncle" Flavio. While missing his mother he focus on helping his father adapt and cope with his prejudices.