In comedy clip at end of episode, Jerry says that the amazing thing is that "for every job, no matter how objectionable, there is someone there to do it." Properly functioning markets ensure that all jobs get filled; often to do this certain jobs require an additional premium to compensate for risk or other unpleasant dimensions of the job.
Billy's nose is whisked away by a Nasalmancer. The nasalmancer admires Billy's nose for its size, then mishandles it to comment about how spacious it is. When Billy tells him to stop and tries to invoke empathy by telling the nasalmancer he wouldn't do the same to his own nose, the nasalmancer cries because he doesn't have a nose.
Marcus visits a small candy business that needs help in terms of management. The business is stunted and needs to grow, but the partners can not get on the same terms. Marcus attempts to find common ground for the business.
Robin and Dustin are trying to convince Erica to help them access a secured area. She's small enough to fit into a vent that they cannot fit into. Erica then explains why she loves the United States and capitalism: people get compensated for their services depending on how valuable they are. She states that she wants free ice cream for life as compensation for her services.