IBM representatives meet with Bill Gates and the rest of Microsoft to discuss building an operating system for IBM's hardware. Bill Gates decides to license the operating system to IBM rather than of selling it to retain ownership. Contrary to what is depicted in the clip, Gates initially referred IBM to Digital Research, makers of the CP/M operating system; however, the two companies did not reach a licensing agreement, so Microsoft ended up finding an acceptable operating system for IBM.
Dr. Adams is confronted by the board, who tells him that practicing medicine without a license is unlawful. His response reminds everyone of the fundamental role of doctors: to open your door to those in pain, care for patients, and listen to patients.