Randy and the Mob is a family comedy that mixes up a Southern good-ol'-boy with a couple of low-ranking Italian mobsters. While running several businesses, worrying over his clinically depressed wife (Lisa Blount) and trying to win the local "Man of the Year" award, Randy Pearson (Ray McKinnon) finds himself in financial trouble with both the IRS and a couple of shifty loan sharks. Franco (Paul Ben-Victor) is responsible for collecting the mob's money, so he sends his enforcer, Tino Armani (Walton Goggins), to turn around Randy Pearson Enterprises. Tino, a savant accountant, quickly endears himself to Randy's employees, customers, wife, son (Sam Frihart) and openly gay twin brother, Cecil (also played by McKinnon). Though Tino may have a knack for turning profits, Randy's real battle may be with his over-ambitious self. Filmed in Atlanta, Georgia, Randy and the Mob includes a cameo by Burt Reynolds as a rival gas station owner.