Carl Hebert is a young and recently widowed father trying to find equilibrium in his life. But raising two children on his own— a disobedient daughter whose skirts are shorter than her attention span, and a son who is gifted and artistic— is enough to throw anyone off kilter. Add to this a lack of income and a grandfather, Carol, a failed military type who believes he is the family’s General, and you have the perfect recipe for a down and out knockout.
But what if Carl worked out the kinks in his life in a wrestling ring? Wrestlers trade more than just blows and it could help refill his empty wallet.
With the not always judicious advice of his new wrestler friends — Christian, the nasty good guy, Eddie, the tender bad guy, and Guy, his quick talking philosopher-promoter— Carl Hebert attempts to find meaning in his new life.
“La théorie du K.O.” is 12 half-hours of biting and delicious comedy, where we follow Carl and his tempestuous quest for balance.