Griffin drives to Fort Worth, Texas to meet his friend George Levitan. Levitan owns Sepia, a magazine for black people, and Griffin thinks he'll be interested in his project.
He thinks it's crazy. But also crazy awesome. He'll do it, but it will be dangerous.
Adelle Jackson, the editorial director, thinks that it's impossible, but they agree to the project in the end.
Then he tells his wife that she will be getting to do her own experiment of being a single mom to three kids for a while. Great news for her. We bet she was thrilled. But it is the 1950s, so there's not much else she can do but accept it.