A parking lot app idea is conceived, and the initial questions about it revolve around how it is different from a notepad. Idea generation involves a series of questions to ensure the idea is feasible and that there is a market for it.
Uncle Ryan is eager to try his hand in entrepreneurship because he believes he has the ideas to succeed. Julius provides him with seed money for some of businesses but is not as convinced by his car dealership idea. Uncle Ryan claims that Julius lacks vision.
Over dinner, Bartleby tries to explain to his parents why it's not necessary for him to go to college. He argues that it's fiscally irresponsible to do so. His parents don't understand and tell him that he has to attend college in order to succeed in life. Bartleby gives examples of successful people who didn't attend college, but it doesn't change his parents' mind.
Kevin asks Oscar questions about how he can use the money received from a loan, and Oscar states that it would be fraud if he didn't use it for the stated purpose. Kevin visits the bank to get a loan for his ice cream store, but he is turned down because his business plan is not convincing.