Adam Conover explains how the electoral college system is unfair by favoring voters in states with smaller populations. He also contends that swing states have significantly more power than any other state and that 80% of votes have no impact on the outcome of presidential elections. He clarifies that the public votes for its state's electors, not the president, while the electors cast the vote for the president and vice president.
Adam examines the population of the Americas on the eve of European voyages of exploration. He also clarifies misconceptions around the living situation of Native American tribes; some lived in organized settlements.
Adam explains the true story of Paul Revere's Midnight Ride, in which he and other individuals alerted the colonial militia to the approach of British forces before the battles of Lexington and Concord.
Adam explains the common misconceptions around gladiator fights in Ancient Rome. He explains that rules of gladitorial combat in the Roman Colosseum and that it was actually against the rules to kill the opponent.