Ernest is sentenced to death and somehow survives the electric chair. He gains electrical powers as a result of enduring the electric chair and uses them to disarm the guards and escape prison. He learns to control his powers and create a static discharge at will.
Guy of Lusignan surrenders the city of Jerusalem to Ayyubid sultan Salah ad-Din under the terms that none of the Christians residing in the city will be harmed. When Guy asks what Jerusalem is worth, Salah ad-Din indicates that Jerusalem is worth both nothing and everything. Jerusalem, the Holy Land, is important to both parties because their respective religions, Christianity and Islam, were believed to originate from the city. Ultimately, the Muslim armies under Salah ad-Din captured or killed most of the Christian forces, and thus Muslims gained military power over Jerusalem.
Vladimir Lenin meets with his life partner, Krupskaya, and discusses the role of the revolutionary party. He expounds his ideas on engagement with the common people and their needs in order to gain their trust. He believes that only with the confidence and power of the people will they be able to challenge the Czarist state in Russia.
The 12 Olympian Gods and Goddesses discuss their action plan for gaining more human worshippers. It is the prayers from humans that fuel their power and immortality; therefore, the Gods grow weaker as humans make fewer prayers.