Savannah is really excited about the dance contest and wants her orange team to win but her sister Sophina is on the other team. Savannah doesn't want her sister to feel bad if her sister‘s team loses. Harry tells Savannah that it's nice that she is worried about her sisters feeling but there's nothing wrong with working hard and wanting to win the dance contest. Harry also tells her that it's natural to want to win because it means that she is gonna give it her very best and she believes in herself and her team. Sisters Savannah and Sophina learn the importance of positive competition
The minions participate in a contest to see who can cover the most distance away from the main platform. We don't understand what the minions are saying, but we can infer from their actions that they are participating in such a contest.
While at dinner, Kramer asks a Miss America contestant what she would do to make the world a better place. She says that she would try to end world hunger. "If everyone ate one meal less, there would be enough food to feed the world." Jerry says that's one "helluva plan." This is an example of unsound economic reasoning: the misconception that for others to have more, we must take less.
George, Jerry, Elaine, and Kramer have a contest to see who can refrain from an unnamed activity the longest. Each posts a bond that they will lose if they are among the first three to indulge. Kramer makes it about 12 minutes. Elaine makes it a day or two.