- "Look what'cha did, you little jerk!"
- ―Frank McCallister to Kevin[src]
Frank McCallister was the brother of Peter and Rob McCallister, husband of Leslie McCallister, and the father of Tracy, Rod, Sondra, Brooke, and Fuller McCallister. He was especially known for being cheap.
Frank later retrieved pizza ordered by the family, but left the responsibility of paying for it to Peter. Later, while eating with the family, Kevin got into a fight with his brother, Buzz causing a giant mess in the kitchen, thus prompting Frank to call Kevin a jerk.
After the family managed to sleep in due to a power outage, Frank rushed along with them to the airport. On their flight, Frank attempted to smuggle glassware, but was caught at the last minute. Later, after it was realized that Kevin was forgotten at home, Frank tried to comfort Kevin's mother, Kate, by telling her that he forgot his reading glasses.
Later, at his brother Rob's Paris apartment, Frank found a shrimp appetizer and ignored his sister-in-law Georgette's statements that the shrimp was to be saved for later.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New YorkEdit
A year later, while preparing for the family's trip to Miami, Florida, he saw his son Fuller drinking a Coca-Cola, which he then took from him, saying, "Hey, hey, easy on the fluids, pal. The rubber sheets are packed," taking the soda for himself.
Later, as Frank showered, Kevin entered to get his tie, but Frank was alerted to his presence, warning, "Get out of here, you nosy little pervert or I'm gonna slap you silly!"
At a Christmas pageant the McCallister children performed in, Frank laughed at Buzz placing candlesticks behind Kevin's ears during his solo, despite Leslie's efforts to get him to stop laughing.
After Kevin ruined the pageant by hitting Buzz, the older brother apologized, but Kevin refused, prompting Frank to warn him, "You better not wreck my trip, you little sourpuss. Your dad's paying good money for it." Kevin then called Frank "Mr. Cheapskate," much to his offense.
Later, after the family went to New York City, where Kevin had been left behind, he clapped for Kevin and happily said, "OK, Kevin! Alright! Merry Christmas!"