These are not "good times" for Granddad. He owes millions of dollars on his house to Eddie Wuncler (son of Ed Wuncler) who has some unique ideas of how Granddad can pay him back. And with Eddie appearing more like a gangster than a businessman, times are about to get worse.
Granddad finds a Black woman so beautiful and charming not even Ruckus can hate her. Ebony Brown is perfect in every way . . . so is this the end of Granddad's long, sad, desperate search for a woman? Not if he can help it.
Is this how it all ends? When a fast food promotion crosses with a plague of biblical proportions, society spins out of control faster than you can say "white meat only." Will Huey Freeman's elaborate end-of-the-world survival plan stand up to the ultimate test? Will any of us ever get to eat fried chicken again?!
The Freemans find that Eddie Wuncler's new slavery theme park "Freedomland" may be a bit too authentic, when they are trapped there and forced to be slaves. Huey must find a way to uproot them from this situation.