A couple a sitting on a park bench. It is a heterosexual couple. They are white.
Man: Have you ever noticed how black people -
Presenter: Let me just stop you there. How can you be sure this conversation isn't going to be racist?
Man: I guess I can't.
Woman: It sounded a bit racist, but I wasn't sure. It could have been an observation.
Presenter: Well, I know one way to find out.
He holds up a device.
Presenter: This device contains a hotline to several people, representing most of the races in the world. You need never be racist again.
Man: What about intentionally?
Presenter: It doesn't actually stop you from being racist, just advises you on what is and isn't racist.
Man: What about anit-semitism?
Presenter: Oh, didn't you hear? That's alright now. It's post-modern and ironic.
Woman: It's about bloody time.
Presenter: Of course it's not alright! Why would it be alright? Why would abusing someone because of something they can't change be alright?
Woman: I just thought -
Presenter: You thought wrong, love.
Man: I'm not marrying a Nazi.
Woman: But, I'm not a-
Presenter: Come on, let's go.
Presenter and Man walk off into the sunset.
So I was thinking that this could be like the end or something of a documentary about race. It could be a bit light-hearted after all the talk about the KKK and things like that.