ollows the transformation of Bruce Jenner from a man to a woman by showing the struggles and publicity of changing gender.
Cait and her friends start a cross-country road trip in a tour bus, and the other women corner Cait about her sexual orientation and her politics.
After a heated political argument on the bus, the women decide to confront Cait on her aggressive debating style and suggest a more feminine approach.
Cait reveals her deepest fears about dating men after she witnesses Candis get stood up by a guy because she's trans.
After Cait is challenged to control herself during the Democratic debates, the women are challenged by a visit to Cait's alma mater, a conservative, Christian college in Iowa.
Kris visits Cait in New Orleans, to try improve their relationship, but when old wounds arise between the exes, Cait's friends must intervene.
Cait's personal growth on the road trip is tested when she tries to apologize to her ex-wife Kris for her part in the ending of their marriage; Candis looks into her options to adopt a baby.
Caitlyn, bent on proving her commitment to the LGBT cause, risks arrest in Houston with her friends; Ella tries to mend fences with her father, who struggles to accept her transition.