To improve his grandsons' behavior and help them cope with living in a world that can be hostile to blacks, Granddad looks for a way to school Riley and Huey in the ways of the white supremacist power structure. Though both boys are very skeptical, Granddad gets just the opportunity he's been seeking when bank president Ed Wuncler drops by the house to assess the Freeman's suitability to live in his exclusive, and largely white, neighborhood. And once Granddad and the kids get his seal of approval, Ed invites them to a party to celebrate his grandson's return from the war in Iraq. Reminding them of all his hard work helping to secure their civil rights, Granddad insists that Riley and Huey join him at the Wunclers. But when they arrive, Granddad and the boys must first convince Uncle Ruckus, a longtime Wuncler employee, that they have actually been invited. Once inside, the Freemans and the rest of the guests are surprised at grandson Ed the Third's crass behavior. And as Riley delightedly joins the guest of honor to check out his weapons collection, Granddad joins Wuncler for a drink, leaving a stunned Huey in the hands of a local minister. As Riley is upstairs being entertained by Ed the Third and Huey attempts to persuade anyone who will listen that Ronald Reagan was actually the devil; Granddad and Ed quietly make fun of the other guests. Upon getting wind of Huey's political rant, Granddad warns him against saying anything else that would embarrass him. As Uncle Ruckus tries to persuade the guests not to trust the Freemans, an increasingly drunk Ed the Third presses Riley to take a shot at the assembled partygoers. But when he does, Riley accidentally shoots Ed the Third instead. And when Granddad attempts to apologize for the boys' behavior, he's stunned to finds that Ed doesn't care.