Ed gets a pair of jawbreakers and realizes there aren't enough for him, Double D, and Eddy. Double D attempts to share them, and his attempt backfires. The Eds fight over the last jawbreaker until Rolf interferes and suggests a competition; the winner will claim it. The Eds use unconventional tactics and out of the box thinking during the competition.
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.
Patch visits Arthur to find out the answer to his question, "how many fingers am I holding up?" When others guess the correct answer, Arthur states that they're wrong. Arthur suggests that Patch look at a different way of approaching the problem and stresses the importance of thinking differently.