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Richard Cantarella is the patriarch of a boisterous, old-school family that is in a situation most families don't experience. At one time, the clan was in witness protection after providing testimony that led to the conviction of one of America's most powerful crime families. That chapter of the Cantarellas' life is over now, and Richard and wife Lauretta are raising their two teenaged children in Scottsdale, Ariz. This docu-comedy series shows what happens as the New Yorkers adapt to their unfamiliar suburban surroundings and drop old habits as they try to make new friends and run the family's car wash, all while staying true to themselves.

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