Tom has done something wrong -- or so we hear. Tom's best friend Jesse figures it must be true. Ned has looked up to Tom since the first day they met and he can't believe it's true. Ned's girlfriend Shelly doesn't dare face the truth. Tom's wife Jillian doesn't care if it's true. And Tom's brother Nason and sister-in-law Corkie? They just have to get out of town before the guy from the Department of Construction and Land Use comes back. God Damn Tom is about consequence. We don't know what Tom has done, but as we meet his friends and family, we begin to discover why he should be punished. Or maybe, why he shouldn't.