In this humorous example showcasing the gap between the "real world" and theory, Thornton Melon challenges the assumptions that Dr. Barbay poses to the class about starting a new company. Thornton asks questions such as why they are building a factory instead of leasing one and what product they're selling. Dr. Barbay is not amused by his interjections.
Pam shares tips on preventing the spread of germs with the rest of the office. Her tips include washing your hands regularly, covering your sneezes and coughs, and staying home if you're sick. Dwight interjects with a claim that exposing yourself to germs keeps your body healthy. Everyone else shares their germs with Dwight as a result.