In this clip, we see that a person who Andy has arrested in the past wants to visit him. While he does take this lightheartedly, his deputy is driven with fear and paranoia of the vistiors intentions for revenge. While this is not unreasonable, there is a bias stigma against the innmate as the label and assumption of revenge follows him. Under a critical lens we must question how people interact and communicate this in and out the authority of the policing instituion. This clip is also framed within a certain time period in the US so drawing upon its morals and social conciousness at the time relative today only adds room for growth and deeper conversations of stigmatization.
When Double D's slip-ups cause people to think he's a bully, Jimmy devises a plan to help Double D prove his innocence and remove his stigma. Double D also illustrates his belief that he is the focus of everyone's attention. While this clip shows all of the cul-de-sac kids watching him, the kids don't necessarily represent everyone at the school.
When Todd comes back to the game, he is greeted with hate fear and ignorance as the crowd doesn't want him to play in the game for fear of him transmitting AIDS to the people near him. Captain Planet and Todd Andrew's coach fight the stigma behind AIDS and HIV, trying to rally support for Todd and dispell the hate and ignorance that people have of the disease by explaining how it is transmitted and fighting the uninformed notions people have.