Kramer acts like a dermatologist so that George can get a picture of Kruger with his shirt off. During his inspection, Kruger trusts and believes in everything that Kramer says because he claims to be a "Juilliard-trained dermatologist."
The Jewish people find themselves swept into a dynamic but unfamiliar world with the arrival of the Greeks and new influences in the wake of Alexander the Great's conquests. These foreign influences prove to be a challenge for some of the traditions and beliefs of Judaism.
Agent English meets with Ophelia at the bar and has a short conversation with her. After she leaves, he tells his assistant, Bough, how charming she is and how she's totally innocent. Bough presents suspicious information about her, but English dismisses each piece of evidence by making up some excuse.
Pope Alexander VI dines with King Charles VIII of France, and the two evidently have an alliance. King Charles requests the Pope's help in his plan for the conquest of Naples, and the Pope offers him support.
Professor Maurice Phipps discusses democracy and the enlightenment in an introduction to his course. He expresses the basic premise of democratic theory: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. He states that, despite having these rights, very few people exercise them, and he indicates that no student will receive special treatment.