The MythBusters analyze the results of their "talking to plants" experiment with bush peas. While they cannot come to a reliable conclusion due to the small sample size used, they find that exposing plants to any form of sound, whether positive or negative, helps them grow better.
Lisa competes against other students in a regional essay competition. The students present their essays, and each essay contains descriptive language to emphasize the greatness of the United States of America. Lisa wins the competition with a particularly strong conclusion.
A fight breaks out, and Isaac Newton watches the quarrel and draws conclusions about forces based on his observations. Each boy is considered a mass, and each of their pushes is a force. At the end of the scuffle, Newton labels his conclusions "The Laws of Motion." This clip is an excellent depiction of Newton's laws of motion in a real-world context.
By observing the chloroplasts in a leaf, the students learn that plants produce their own food and do not get it from another source. The students come to the conclusion that the chloroplasts use sunlight, air, and water to create sugar, which is used as energy for the plant.
The townsmen believe the lady is a witch because she is dressed as one, and Sir Bedevere asks them a series of questions to help them determine whether or not she is really a witch. Some of the logic in this clip is not sound, but it illustrates several steps of the scientific method: Observation, Hypothesis, Testing, Collecting/Analyzing Data, and Drawing a Conclusion.