Award-winning songwriter Luke Dick spent his childhood in a strip club. The only family that toddler Luke knew, were the strippers, bouncers, and outcasts that called Oklahoma City’s rowdiest strip club, Red Dog, home. During the 1970s oil boom, the Red Dog was the rowdiest and most popular strip club in Oklahoma City, and for five years it was the only home and family Luke and his mom had. She was a teenage runaway, dope-addicted single mother, stripping with a fake I.D., and he grew up amidst the drugs, the danger, and the never-ending party. Now, 30 years later, Luke has a toddler and a newborn of his own. As he began asking his mom questions about his own childhood--and what she was thinking letting a kid run around in that place--she turns out to be more hilariously frank than he ever imagined. So he traveled back to OKC to find these people he thought of as uncles and aunts, cousins and dads, to see who made it out and who never did, and try to figure out how they somehow made a family out of all that madness.