WordGirl interrupts Seymour's "As Something As Something" game in which contestants need to complete a phrase. She mentions that it's unfair and calls him out for not using true similes, making it impossible for someone to finish the phrase. She defines similes and provides several examples to help Seymour understand what they are.
The colonists and the Algonquins sing a song in which they call the other party savages while preparing for battle. They are different in their preparation yet similar in their mindset that the other party consists of savages.
Baines teaches Detroit Red the symbolism of language through the contrast of the two words, "black" and "white." He suggests that society views the white man as the definition of "white" and the black man as the definition of "black."