During a neighborhood meeting, Louis Huang tries to convince his neighbors that Highland Avenue should be a Halloween destination. He persuades them that Halloween is not about imagineers spending money but about allowing individuals to use their imagination to adopt an entirely new persona for the day.
Lieutenant General Harold G. Moore delivers a speech to his soldiers and their families that speaks about the united vision of the group. He calls his soldiers to work together even if members may believe in a different creed or be of a different race. He also indicates that it will be a difficult battle and that his soldiers have his full support.
Colonel Chamberlain delivers a speech to a large group of men to redevote them to the cause of the Civil War. He explains that they are fighting for social justice: to set other men free rather than conquer land or loot. He desperately needs them to join his Northern Maine regiment for the battle, which became the turning point of the war and ultimately supported the outcome for the North.