The Hughes are a close knit family whose lives are centered on their Florida cattle ranch. Everyone pitches in, and parents Holly and Pat have raised their kids to understand their role in the family. Pat's position as lieutenant in the Orlando Fire Department has clearly influenced him as a parent. Rank and respect play an integral part in the family structure. Their children answer him by "yes, sir" and Holly by "yes, ma'am." Disrespect is simply not tolerated.If house rules aren't adhered to, walking around a field balancing a water-filled slosh pipe is the parents' consequence of choice. It's designed to give children the chance to reflect on their behavior, but with four well behaved kids, Pat and Holly rarely dole it out.All that is about to change, however. Visiting teenagers Jacob and Tyler are used to very different regimes than the Hughes', and they're going to make sure everyone knows it. They control their households with major attitudes and disrespect for their parents. Within hours of arriving on the ranch, they discover this won't fly with Pat and Holly.With the Hughes' parents keen to take an active role in both teens' lives, the week rapidly becomes as emotionally testing as it is physically grueling. But by the end of it, will the teens come away with more than just some sore arms from the slosh pipe?