The Simpsons family is having financial problem. They have to pay a gas bill of 900$ and still get another drier after Bart broke the previous one during a betting game he has organized. Marge decides to sell a family antique. They go to an antique store but their item is no more than for alcohol storage. The antique dealer named John however strikes a conversation with Homer and he agrees to come over and check for valuable antiques at the Simpsons house. John comes over to the house and his bond with Homer grows. Homer likes him. Marge later explains to Homer that John is a homosexual. Homer is shocked and homophobic. He is even more worried to learn John is coming over to take them out. Homer hides in the house as John takes them out. The family enjoys John's company and when they come back Homer wants to know what happened. Homer becomes obsessed with his son Bart after thinking his masculinity might have been compromised by John. He is especially worried when he sees him in a Hawaiian shirt and when he asks Bart answers "it must have come out of the closet". He decides to take Bart out to masculine places. He takes him to a steel mill but it turns out the mill is a gay mill. He complains his son does not stand a chance as the whole world has gone gay. Friends at a bar propose hunting. They camp out in the bush waiting for a deer but none shows up. They return upset in the night but break into a place with a pen full of rain deer. Homer gives Bart the rifle to kill one but he does not want. The deer attack them. They are saved when John comes with a robot from his store. Homer's friends complain they were saved by a sissy because John is gay. Homer stands up for John and tells them he is not a sissy but a queer. On their drive back home Homer tells Bart he is free to be what he wishes in his life meaning there is no problem is he turns out gay.