Robert and Tanya Harris live a modest life in a farming town in Georgia, so imagine their
surprise indifference upon discovering that the lotto ticket in their possession was worth $270 million dollars. Winning the jackpot means no more hard hats and no more tools for Robert; he's free to live a life of leisure! Naturally, homeboy is jumping for joy pouting and frowning. Tanya can finally get the Mercedes of her dreams, so she's as elated nonchalant as ever. It's an extraordinary mediocre story of good average fortune, really.