Fifty-three years ago, Jerry's Uncle Leo stiffed Jerry's mother out of $50. Eager to get it back, Jerry's father says, "Do you know what that's worth today in interest alone? $663.45, figured at a conservative 5% interest, compounded quarterly." Morty's calculations are almost accurate, though he does not compound quarterly, and his sum includes the principle, not just the interest.
Dru tells Gru about their father, one of the greatest villains of all-time. They talk about their family tradition of being a villain, and Dru asks Gru to teach him to be a villain since he is considered a failure. Gru declines the offer, as he has left that life behind, but he takes a ride with Dru in the villain vehicle after Dru's tempting presentation of it.
This clip details the history of the Vikings during the time period known as The Viking Age. It discusses their decentralized nature and explains their motivation for invading areas: fortune. It also demystifies the true nature of the Vikings: they are considered barbarians because of their willingness to destroy institutions and objects with religious value; however, they peacefully traded goods with countries and even protected the Byzantine emperors in Constantinople. The influence of the Vikings is still present today in the English language and the names of many locations in England.
Erin Brockovich is presented with a Bonus check, but Ed hesitates to give it her initially stating that it isn't the figure they agreed on. Erin begins to distrust Ed's opinion of her value within the firm until he reads the figure on the check - leaving her speechless.