The main characters are a suburban African American family, the Grandfather named Robert Freeman and his two grandchildren Huey and Riley Freeman. The episode starts off as a news interview. Third grader Riley Freeman was called the N-word by his Caucasian teacher Mr. Petto. Riley plays as if he’s never heard of the word and the Teacher claims that he used it because everyone else does.
The episode continues in the family’s home. Robert and Riley think that because Mr. Petto called Riley the N-word they could sue him and get rich. Huey doesn’t believe that anything will come out of the situation. Riley continues to lie saying that he never used the word in front of Mr. Petto but the teacher says that he uses it all the time which makes him use it. Robert’s lawyer, Tom, thinks it’s unintelligent to sue Mr. Petto since he’s already apologized, but Robert insists on suing Mr. Petto.
The Freeman family have a press conference to express their wants for the incident. Out of nowhere, Rev. Rollo Goodlove, showing up to make sure justice is served while publishing his new show, stats that the family wants an apology from Mr.Petto, the school district, that Mr.Petto be fired, and that the Freeman Family is compensated for their distress. Rollo goes and tries to negotiate with the superintendent but they laugh in his face. Rollo takes the issue to Larry King Live but spends the time talking about his upcoming new show.
A female by the name of Ann Coulter begins to debate with Rollo about the issue on many different news programs. The Freemans and Rollo get ready to star on another show when Ann walks in. Huey figures out that Rollo and Ann have staged everything only to receive money from the case. A news break comes on the TV in the dressing room saying that the School District wasn’t paying for anything and Mr.Petto is still going to teach. Huey say “I told you so” and the episode goes off.