Having defined a "Nigga Moment" as; when ignorance overwhelms the mind of an otherwise logical Negro male. Huey and his brother are forced to watch as just such a moment overtakes their grandfather. After protesting when seventy-three-year-old Colonel H. Stinkmeaner runs into his car, Granddad accepts the old man's challenge to a fight. However, after he is bested by Stinkmeaner, Granddad faces some harsh criticism from the boys when they point out that the old man is blind. Though Huey suggests that he just ignore it, the public humiliation he's forced to endure after losing to Colonel Stinkmeaner has Granddad looking for a rematch. To make sure Granddad knows what he's up against; Huey shows him a videotape of a movie about the legendary blind Samurai swordsman, Zatoichi. So, despite Uncle Ruckus's contention that black men can't fight, Huey and Riley enlist a blindfolded Tom to train their grandfather. As the training gets underway, word of the rematch spreads, presenting Riley with an easy way to make some quick cash selling tickets and DVDs of the fight. Though Huey and Tom try talking him out of it, Granddad goes ahead with the fight and not only wins, but kills his blind and elderly opponent. Finally, as the assembled crowd turns ugly after the short match, Granddad avoids a prison sentence when, due to Tom's foresight in getting the bout sanctioned by the state boxing commission, he is legally indemnified for the fatality.