Bret Weinstein, a professor at Evergreen State College, describes how he was "canceled" during a debate over the Evergreen State College Day of Absence. He discusses the characteristics of cancel culture: collective ganging up on someone with different views, and failing to reason. He mentions that a group willing to find a solution would engage in dialogue rather than seek to "cancel" the other party.
Sheldon, Leonard, and Howard visit a classroom in an attempt to encourage young women to pursue a career in the Sciences. They fail to gain the class' interest, partially because they don't introduce the Sciences in a way that resonates with the students.
Richard testifies in front of Congress to talk about how Pied Piper's decentralized internet can change how companies collect data and how big companies have monopolized much of the internet's services.
Basil tries to tell Manuel that there is too much butter on the trays he is bringing to the guests, but Manuel does not understand English. Basil tries to communicate with Manuel in Spanish, but Basil hardly knows how to speak it. During the conversation, Basil learns how to say "donkey" ("burro") in Spanish, and Manuel learns how to say "mantequilla" ("butter") in English.