Miniaturized Wild Kratts find a box turtle whom they name Caja, the Spanish word for "Box". As Chris begins to climb up the turtle's shell, the gang realize the shell is a great defense. Suddenly, a hungry coyote approaches and tries to eat the turtle, but it can't break through the tough shell.
Charlie compares the elevator to a "Chinese Box" - a thought experiment asking whether there is a difference between a computer algorithmically responding to sentences typed it in Chinese or a person who doesn't speak Chinese following the same algorithms as the computer.
Mr. Keating's students recite their poems in front of the class. Mr. Keating brings one of his students out of his comfort zone by making him yawp. He then teaches the student to think outside the box by pushing him to exercise his creativity. The student ends up verbally delivering a beautiful poem with deep meaning.