In a take-off of Willie Shakes's great love comedy about hostiles who end up in each others arms, Benedict the Sixteenth and Beerbush the Second have been strutting and fretting their stage lives out on the boards in NY, London and the Vatican City.
The star-crossed lovers croon tunes about their mutual admiration for unwanted fetuses and microscopic stem cells. But when the subject turns to immigration, war and killing killers, Benedict and Beerbush kick and spit like cats and dogs. They cuddle up again over the superiority of Christ the only Lord and Savior but trouble ensues as soon as Benedict insists on the One True Holy Roman Catholic Church, to the tune of A Hundred Bottles of Beer on the Wall.
In the final scene the exhausted couple ends up in each others arms singing a tension filled duet as to whether gay lovers should use condoms called "Wrap that tool, you fool, but not if you were truly open to the transmission of life!"