While at a restaurant, a waiter teaches Mr. Bean how to eat oysters and other seafood. As his facial gestures indicate, he does not like the food, but he uses different gestures to the waiter to suggest that the food is tasty. He gets through the rest of his unpleasant meal in an unconventional manner.
In this comedic example of food allergies, Hitch eats some seafood and starts to exhibit signs that something's wrong. He finds out that he has a food allergy, and he frantically searches for some medicine to suppress his allergic reaction.
Hank explains how plastic pollution has had unintended consequences on our planet. He explains how this pollution results in the emission of greenhouse gases, antibiotic resistance and how these pollutants could end up being eaten by people when they eat seafood.