Quentin notifies Gina that the authorities have found the money, and he suspects she was involved in the bank robbery. Gina claims she was on vacation and played no role in the robbery. Quentin informs her that her use of a double negative expresses the positive.
Sarah entrusts Ed with her allowance to buy fudge for her and Jimmy. Eddy tries to misguide him to use the money for jawbreakers instead. Double D stresses that Ed is obligated to use the money for fudge, in an attempt to counter Eddy's negative influence. Ed is the ego, Double D is the superego, and Eddy is the id.
Double D uses bandages to inflict pain on Ed and Eddy whenever they demonstrate poor manners. His goal is to improve their behavior. After just a short time, it appears that his strategy is working. Double D's strategy is an example of positive punishment since an unpleasant stimulus (the removal of the bandage) is applied to decrease a negative behavior (yelling or being rude). This concept is not explained entirely correctly in the clip, however. Double D explains that his actions remind Ed and Eddy of their manners (a reinforcer for positive behavior) rather than punish them for their negative behavior. Regardless, this clip is an excellent illustration of operant conditioning.