Sally Cat is frustrated about the seemingly never-ending marks on her paper. Lowly Worm tells Sally Cat the entire process that it takes to make process and explains that those marks are actually wood specks!
The Coyote unintentionally launches off of a cliff, and he realizes that he could have made it to the other side if he had stayed on his motor. This clip illustrates a misconception about motion: the horizontal speed of an object does not influence how quickly it falls.
Francine is tasked to write a paper on the diet of the American Pilgrims. She learns that she can use search engines to find websites containing the information she needs for her paper. She uses the entire contents of a website in her paper and is informed by her sister that she plagiarized her paper.
Beakman challenge: A paper wad is placed in the opening of a bottle. The challenge is to blow it into the bottle, but when Lester tries, the paper wad comes flying out of the bottle. Beakman explains this is because there is already air in the bottle and when you blow into it, the air has to go somewhere so it comes out of the bottle bringing the paper with it.
Beakman (as Galileo) does an experiment where he drops an eggplant and a piece of paper at the same time to see which lands first. The first go around, air resistance causes the paper to float down. He then wads it up and tries again to show they will fall at the same rate to the ground.