Ralph and Vanellope travel through the internet in order to reach Ebay. Each step of their journey is depicted in the context of the current internet infrastructure: they travel through wires and in packets to their destination. This clip illustrates how the internet works at a high level.
Few technological innovations in history have made as much of an impact as the Internet. Learn about the predecessor of the Internet, called ARPANET; how text, audio, and video messages are transmitted through the Internet; and how this transmission of information has changed the lives of billions around the world.
Clearly angered by something else, George Banks finds a major issue with the fact that the number of hot dog buns in a packet differs from the number of hot dogs sold in a packet - by design. Banks takes this personally as he tears apart the hot dog buns, displaying his indignation for the hot dog industry.
The office holds a garage sale, and Dwight sets a goal to trade his way up from a thumbtack to the most valuable item in the garage sale. He uses clever rhetoric to trade up to a telescope, but through effective marketing, Jim drives his demand towards a "magic" packet of beans.