Wild child Mellie Stanley, best known for her stripping and violent temper on My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding, returns with her meddling sister Nettie, cousin Kayla, and loveable Laura for a raucous look at life as a gypsy in the wilds of West Virginia.
Martinsburg, West Virginia is a hotbed of gypsy culture and intrigue. With their husbands constantly on the road for work, the women are expected to stay home, cook, clean and raise the children. When they're not busy doing household chores and adding bling to outfits, they keep themselves entertained by trading in their favorite commodity: gossip!
Nettie Stanley is the outspoken matriarch of the Stanley clan, and she wields gossip like a weapon against her enemies. When she's not stirring up drama and inserting herself into the lives of her nine children, she's contending with her rambunctious younger sister Mellie, the self-proclaimed black sheep of the family.
Mellie's job as a stripper, as well as her proclivity for drinking, swearing and getting into fistfights, has made her the talk of the town. Nettie feels that Mellie has brought shame on the family name.
Meanwhile, Nettie's cousin Kayla strives to be the perfect gypsy wife and mother, but the demanding roles often prove easier said than done. Kayla and her husband Richard continually butt heads when it comes to raising their teenage daughter, Danielle. Kayla wants to let Danielle date whomever she pleases, but Richard is insistent on Danielle marrying a proper gypsy boy. Kayla's life is further complicated when her brother Gus and sister-in-law Laura move in with them. Kayla worries that eleven people living under one roof is a recipe for disaster!
When Mellie's ex-boyfriend Robbie -- the love of her life -- returns to town, he unwittingly turns her wild and carefree world upside down and forces Mellie to re-evaluate the direction her life is headed. Robbie's very presence in town shines a light on Mellie's bad behavior, and Mellie wonders if bucking tradition is everything she thought it was cracked up to be.
Just as Mellie opens herself to the possibility of love and marriage, her ex-con mother, Lottie Mae, gets released from prison, unleashing a hornet's nest of fighting and fury for everyone in the Stanley family.