With the Eds missing, Kevin firmly believes that they're onto something. When he and the other cul-de-sac kids discover Chimp World, Kevin is skeptical and advises the others that it is part of the Eds' scam, but they don't listen to him. Despite the events that unfold, the Eds have nothing to do with them.
Researchers are trying to understand how the brain processes important and unimportant information. The brain has to process many sensations, feelings and thoughts and scientists want to know how the brain knows how to filter out essential and nonessential data.
The Man in Black challenges Vizzini to a battle of wits in which he puts poison in a cup and asks Vizzini to guess which cup has the poison. Vizzini explains his thought process as he comes to a decision.
Mr. Feeny poses a math question to the class, and Cory is immediately confident that he has the answer. Not surprisingly, his answer is incorrect. Minkus then talks through his thought process in determining the solution and comes up with answer of his own, which is also incorrect. The problem is as follows:Al washes a car in 6 minutes. Fred washes the same car in 8 minutes. How long will it take Al and Fred to wash the car together?