Mix Eddie Izzard with Andy Borowitz, then add a dash of Kurt Vonnegut and Christopher Hitchens, and you come out with Baiting Zach, humor under a black flag with no quarter or mercy asked or given.
Zach converted to Catholicism and "Presto chango!" - became so conservative that poofy-haired televangelists with tattooed-on smiles started making sense to him. To maintain religious equilibrium in the universe, Bart had no choice but to join the Church of Loosey-Goosey, sporting less defined and more forgiving takes on human nature, morality, sex, sin, free thought, women’s rights, and eternity.
Deep and shallow questions are dealt with equally. For example, are you even allowed to be a televangelist if you’re bald? Perhaps, if you are bald and become a televangelist, your hair gets born-again, too. It's an evangelical conundrum.
Baiting Zach decisively answers so many deep and perplexing questions of life and current political and religious thought that deeply spiritual leaders of many faiths and political parties will want to put a hit out on Bart for writing Baiting Zach.