The unruly mud man, inspired by a figure from Jewish folklore called a golem, escapes from Abigail. Social conventions and rules of behavior baffle Golem. He wants to make friends, but he keeps pushing away the people that he meets despite his best intentions. A series of humorous social dilemmas teach Golem how to own his actions in order to respect and appreciate others. These lessons demonstrate how whole communities can benefit when people hold themselves and each other accountable.