The show's plot revolves around humorous situations involving three generations of the Fazlinovic family living in a Sarajevo apartment. The oldest of the family is Izet. Izet has a son Faruk, who in turn has a son Damir.
In the period of WW2, in the town of Sarajevo, an owner of a tavern Hilmija must deal with a Nazis and run his business. The problem is that he is a coworker with Serbians, Croatians and ... See full summary »
Budimir and Zlatko are two partners advocates. Apart from being business partners they also share a family connection. Budimir was married to Zlatko's late sister and is now living with his... See full summary »
Katarina's, Tomislav's and Kreso's grandfather dies. He leaves them a million euros, but they can get the money only if they stay in the same house that he grew up in for a year or the ... See full summary »
Petra, a young, just graduated economist returns to her native village Lokvica to take part in illegal business of smothering tobacco and other goods over the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, led by her grandmother Zorka.
Andrija i Andjelka , a couple in their mid thirties, are a typical example of what happens when a man and woman live together. Although they sincerely love each other, they often get on ... See full summary »
Three generations (from season four onwards, four generations) of the Fazlinovic family all live in a Sarajevo apartment. The oldest of the family is Izet Fazlinovic. Izet has a son Faruk, who in turn has a son Damir. In season four, Damir's son Dzema is born. The show's title refers to the three main characters, with Izet being Lud (crazy), Faruk being Zbunjen (confused) and Damir being Normalan (normal). The show's plot revolves around humorous situations involving the Fazlinovic clan, their friends and co-workers.Written by