The inhabitants of small-town Hillsbottom are under siege: from high anxiety, toxic waste, carbon pollution, global warming, and (perhaps most of all) mystic furballs. Two profane aliens have landed and turned typical country small talk into something sinister. Is God watching? Does he care? Is God a he? In the play that simultaneously won Mac Wellman an Obie Award and lost him favor with the National Endowment for the Arts, American consciousness is examined with a peculiar humor, imagination, and honesty.