Garnet and Steven follow a stray kitten to a litter of abandoned kittens, and when thinking about what to do next, Garnet becomes overwhelmed discussing possible futures and the uncertainity of it all.
The buyers bargain for the seller's stock market ticket device. The buyers create an anchor by starting the bid at $20,000. The negotiation takes place, and both parties settle for a price of $40,000. After the negotiation, the buyers indicate that they were willing to pay as much as $60,000 for the invention. The seller then states that he was prepared to sell the invention for a mere $2,000.
Mr. Simonet gives his students a year-long assignment: "Think of an idea to change our world - and put it into ACTION!" He creates this assignment to prove to his students that, despite their age and current situation, they can indeed change the world. Mr. Simonet inspires his students by suggesting that anything is possible if you put your mind to it.
In the totalitarian society of Oceania, the government has complete control of its people and mandates death upon its enemies. It creates rallies to bolster support for the party and engages in a neverending war to keep members of society impoverished and on the brink of starvation. It does this to maintain the existing order.