Fred attends a group therapy session for some advice in dealing with his brother, Santa Claus. One of the participants is enraged by Fred's claim that Santa Claus is his brother, as he believes it is a joke, and the rest of the people in the session try to calm him down. Another member of the therapy session offers some brotherly advice which resonates with Fred.
Dwight is confident that experience is the best teacher. He simulates a real fire for his co-workers to find out if they understand what to do in the event of a fire. During the simulation, he tries to give them advice, but they are too panicked to pay attention to him.
George, Kramer, Elaine, and Jerry are trying to find a parking spot so they can use the restroom. They see an open handicap spot and debate whether or not they should take it. Elaine and Jerry feel it's wrong to take the spot, while Kramer and George argue that they should park in the spot. Collectively, the group represents all three of Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development.