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: that even the most cynical among us can find common ground.
Jim, an equal-opportunity bigot, is intolerant on the basis of religion, politics, sexual orientation, gender and ethnicity — he hates them all and is happy to let them know it. That he hasn't yet converted his adult liberal son, Seth, to be like him is a source of never-ending frustration. Well, almost as annoying as the two lesbians living next door: an African American, Aysha, and Paula.
But The Bigot is about to get the shock of his life, and so are you.
When things don't go Jim's way and his life starts to crumble in front of his (and our) eyes, something happens that changes not only his life forever, but everybody around him.