Two middle-aged women are shown sitting together at a dining room table.
"I mean, no one in my family is even sitting together," says the dark-haired one as she looks over a legal pad. "You have my parents at table four and my sisters at table nine." She throws an angry glance toward her fiancé, the blonde sitting next to her.
She further elaborates on the problematic seating chart as the camera moves into kitchen. A young man, their son, standing near the door listens to the conversation as he waits to enter the dining room.
Another man, probably his brother or a partner, walks into the frame and the two men exchange a knowing glance.
A narrator asks, "You know what's wrong with gay marriages?"
In the dining room, the blonde folds her hands and concedes. "Fine. Fine
. Put them wherever you want to."
The narrator continues: "The same things that are wrong with straight ones."
The two men walk through the door as the narrator concludes, "Support same-sex marriages."