Chief Hopper teaches his kind not to underestimate small ants for they can unite into a mass group and defeat the grasshoppers. To Hopper, the core to control smaller species is to manipulate their mentality: continually frightening them, imprinting in their minds that they are powerless, keeping them away from the thought of uniting.
Darryl and the other warehouse workers decide to start a union in order to get better compensation and benefits. Although he doesn't agree with forming a union, Michael Scott agrees because he is intimidated by Darryl.
The Nanny works part-time instead of full-time but charges Jack for her full-time services. Jack tries to negotiate with her, but due to her competitive negotiation style and non-verbal intimidation, he ultimately gives her the full amount.