The Bigot tackles the most important issue of our time; it's intense, provocative, and sensitive all at once. Most importantly, it provides a much-needed spirit of hope, suggesting that even the most cynical among us can find common ground.
Jim is an equal opportunity bigot, intolerant on the basis of religion, politics, sexual orientation, gender, and ethnicity. He especially hates the lesbian couple next door: Paula and Aysha, an African-American. He hates their guts, and they hate him back. But "the bigot" is about to get the shock of his life, and so are viewers. Something happens that changes not only his life forever but also everybody around him.