Peter seeks out the drycleaner run by a Chinese man so that he can pick up his drycleaning. The man is portrayed as straightforward, cheap, and not customer-oriented, especially when Peter finds that his shirt has not been returned to him. They settle the conflict through a non-traditional "fight."
Jared illustrates the financial crisis of 2007-2008 succintly using the game, Jenga. He explains the problem with mortgage lending and how he and others can profit off of subprime mortgage loans using credit default swaps.
Schmidt tries to impress CeCe by determining her ethnicity based on her looks. Upon finding out she is Indian, Schmidt attempts to list all of the things he knows about India, which are all well-known stereotypes.