Kramer asks George if he ever yearns, and George states that he does not. George indicates that he does crave, however. Kramer feels that George is wasting his life because he does not yearn for something more and instead focuses on satisfying his cravings.
Chuck has a short argument with Wilson on their ability to make it off the island alive. It appears that Chuck responding to Wilson's non-existent comments. The argument ends with Chuck throwing Wilson away and soon regretting it. He desperately looks around to find Wilson, as Wilson is his only friend on the island, and he eventually finds him.
Sheldon tries to make friends by following the principles that Dale Carnegie has outlined in his book, "How to Win Friends and Influence People." His conversations are robotic, not authentic, and awkward as a result.