John Dickinson reads a summary of The Declaration and Resolves written by the First Continental Congress. The Declaration is the colonists' response to the Intolerable Acts and other objectionable actions performed by Great Britain. During the reading, John Adam expresses his disapproval of Congress' approach to the issues.
While in prison, Henri Fortin talks to an accountant who briefly describes his time working on the Eiffel Tower. Afterwards, Henri and the accountant argue about the letter Henri would like him to write for his wife. Henri wants the letter to contain only the phrase, "Je t'aime," which means "I love you" in English. The accountant argues that the letter will be monotonous and that it should instead paint a picture in his wife's mind and be something she will want to re-read several times.
Jasmine gives an apple from a fruit stand to a hungry young boy. She is quickly accosted by the fruit stand owner for not paying for the product. When Jasmine states that she has no money, the owner is ready to take violent vengeance. Aladdin sees the commotion while admiring Jasmine from afar and quickly jumps in. He expresses his relief in finding Jasmine, who he claims to be his sister, and hastily pulls her away in order to escape danger.