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At Long Last Leo

Leo has recently completed a 638-page manifesto on interconnectedness and harmony which he hopes will be the impetus for the next major social movement in the world. Arriving home to his family – his depressed mother, inept father, confused sister, introverted nephew and a neighbor who has (secretly) always been in love with him – Leo tries to test his principles on this group. The only problem is he can't get them to read the manifesto. Leo's visit does, however, bring change to the family.