Jim performs a conditioning experiment on Dwight involving Altoid breath mints. Whenever his computer reboots, he offers Dwight an Altoid, and Dwight takes one every time. After this occurs a few times, Dwight indicates that he expects an Altoid the next time he hears the sound of Jim's computer rebooting. This clip can be used for classical conditioning when looking at theories of learning.
Tom is conducting an orchestral performance of Johann Strauss II's Die Fledermaus Overture (The Fledermaus Overture), but Jerry tries to disrupt it.
Police dogs Droopy and Butch Dog are trying to find Tom, Jerry and Miss Red in a church, but they get sidetracked by playing the orgran. Droopy plays Toccata and Fugue in D minor by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Gaia selects 5 teenagers from 5 different continents to help deal with the pollution problem she wasn't aware of due to sleeping for centuries. Each teenager is given a ring with the power of one of the classical five elements in Western Natural Philosophy.
Jo meets Dr. Bhaer, who talks with her about the idea of transcendentalism, and some of their favorite classic poets.