Chris shares one of his frustrations: overt racism while shopping. He experiences it from the security guard keeping a careful eye on him to the saleswoman who makes the assumption that he unable to afford an expensive perfume. Just as he attempts to return a perfume bottle he had planned to steal, a security guard catches him.
Cory and Mr. Feeny switch roles for the day; Cory becomes the teacher, and Mr. Feeny becomes the student. Cory's lesson of the day is on prejudice. He shares the story of Anne Frank and explains how her plight exemplifies prejudice.
Two customers of different races get treated drastically different in a supermarket. The storeowners follow the black customer indiscretely and urge him to make a purchase. Meanwhile, the storeowners have no suspicions of the actual culprit, a white man.