Kip is a former Special Forces Operations sergeant, now a stay-at-home father to his seven brilliant children.
Griffith plays Kip’s mother-in-law who takes them into her Orange County home.
RELATED: 'Normal Heart' Stars on What the Next Generation Can Learn From the AIDS Drama “I recognize that it’s sort of a strange independent film that may be hard to classify and that means it’s hard to sell.But with a little bit of luck, it’ll at least find its way to some digital platforms,” he said, optimistically.“I do think it’s a movie worth seeking out because it’s rare that there’s a narrative that has the capacity to both move you and educate you.” .I believe we sang one for show when Roday yelled cut on the last shot. Then Roday and I went to the camera truck, and that was where we had a little toast -- a little drink or two. James Roday: We had already said goodbye to Maggie and Corbin and Tim and Kirsten and half of our crew that went on to start working on other things, so a lot of the harder stuff was sort of finished. It was a lot of laughs, and it strengthened relationships -- whether it was with family or new relationships.'I poured so much of myself into my personal life and when that wasn't as fruitful as I hoped it would be and I extricated myself from that situation, I was able to realize I wasn't honoring myself and my dreams and what I wanted in life.' The 32-year-old actress told People: 'You couldn’t pay me to go back five or ten years ago.