The baboons eat the termites and the termites eat the wood… and so the Lumbersons discover that they are all connected to the great circle of life.
The Lumbersons’ date night ends prematurely when Mrs. Lumberson falls ill from ingesting too much alcohol.
Mr. Lumberson gets the fright of his life when he sees his wife wandering around the house and pretending to be the ghost of their missing son.
Mr. and Mrs. Lumberson are enlisted in the army as modern warfare. Little did either of them know they would be fighting alongside their arch-rivals: The Plastics.
In order to spice up things again in the bedroom, Mr. and Mrs. Lumbersons’ marriage counsellor suggests to them that they try Bondage games as a form of role-play. The safety word was “sponge-cake”.
Following another marital argument, Mr. and Mrs. Lumberson give each other the silent treatment over a cold, waspy dinner.
Despite an outburst of passion that lead them to the bedroom, Mr. Lumberson notices that his wife still isn’t ready to let go of their missing son, which by extension, triggers his insecurities and dampens his wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Lumberson share a rare moment of romantic spontaneity by getting intimate in a hot tub.
Luckily for Mr. and Mrs. Lumberson, they were carrying their matching umbrellas at the time of the very isolated showers.
Mrs. Lumberson scolds Mr. Lumberson for coming home late without notifying her.