Recounts the story of the "Freedom Riders," activists who rode interstate buses into the South in order to demonstrate the fact that Supreme Court decisions were not being respected in many communities there.
Colonel Drummond argues for a teacher accused of the crime of teaching evolution. He suggests that making evolution a crime could be a chain reaction that leads to censorship and a government-imposed belief system.
Homer dies and has a dream in which his guardian angel shows him how his life would be if he had decided to marry Mindy instead of Marge, with the intention of showing him the negative consequences of that decision. Ironically, the consequences are all positive, causing Homer pain. Although there is no single way that Homer is "supposed to live," the choices he made throughout his life may have been the wrong choices.
Andy confronts Mr. Flint who will not allow his daughter to have feminine products- makeup, nail polish, perfume, etc. Frankie Flint, the daughter, loves the items and feels good in the new clothes and makeup, so why should she not be allowed to wear them?