Children whose parents were caught operating meth labs are sent to the Weatherhead Residence to live with their adoptive parents. The family lives under strict agnosticism, which include believing in an "uncertainty" ideology on everything, from the existence of God to determining the flavor of Dr. Pep-er.
Mr. and Mrs. Weatherhead were eventually arrested after both sampled on a can of Pabst Blue Ribbon, with the children taken back to their own parents, leaving the house unoccupied.
The house is painted white in color with red roofs and a red brick chimney. It has a large porch at its entrance.
Much of the interior is run-down, decorated with cheap or partially damaged furniture. There are several agnostic posters and a few family portraits hung on its walls. The house is partially clean, owing to the family's belief that "cleanliness is next to godliness".
The lower floor has a kitchen and a living room with a dining area. The dining area consists of a large dining table with several foldable chairs. On the upper floor, there are two bedrooms separated by gender, both in a similar style to a military bunk.
The Punishment Room lies at the basement.
- Mr. and Mrs. Weatherhead
- Melissa Weatherhead (formerly)
- David Weatherhead (formerly)
- Kenny McCormick (formerly)
- Karen McCormick (formerly)
- Kevin McCormick (formerly)