Double D receives a psychology manual in the mail which describes the latest techniques in studying abnormal human behavior. He shows Ed and Eddy inkblots and asks them to interpret the blots. It is important to note that the Rorschach test is not a new technique; it was created in the 1920's and widely used in the 1960's.
The Stanley Milgrim experiment is a series of radical experiments that test the willingness of individuals to obey authority. Individual variables are changed in order to determine what influences the test subjects. In nearly every case, the fundamental result is the same.
Grim's new girlfriend doesn't believe Grim when he claims he can tell when people are "faking it" so she fakes having a heart attack. This completely convinces everyone else, including Grim. Compulsive liars can convince others of their lies because they convince themselves so much that they act out their lies authentically. They've been known to convince themselves so absolutely, they pass phonograph lie detector tests.
Social psychologist Stanley Milgram conducts a series of radical experiments that test the willingness of individuals to obey authority. When the inflictor is interviewed as to why he continued to send electric shocks after each incorrect answer even when he was begged to stop, the inflictor implies that it wasn't that serious because it was the subject that made the request. This clip illustrates the conflict between personal conscience and obedience to authority.
Colonel Drummond argues for a teacher accused of the crime of teaching evolution. He suggests that making evolution a crime could be a chain reaction that leads to censorship and a government-imposed belief system.