An exercise in extending to feature length, the fake family setup is less satire than opportunity to play a joke on repeat until the inevitable incest allusions, and force some character bonding (Haha geddit! A real family now!) in time for the credits. It’s not very strong, hence having to throw in completely unrelated ‘scenarios’ like the big, hairy spider that crawls about and promises hijinks. It’s not awful, but sadly it’s exactly average comedy output for an undemanding audience.