Miep Gies gives a firsthand account of the capture of Anne Frank. She is regarded as heroic by the students of Ms. Gruwell's class because she and her family hid the Franks in their house during Nazi occupation. Miep refuses to take the title of "hero" and states it was the right thing to do.
The town of Springfield starts enforcing prohibition after recent events involving alcohol are deemed poor examples for the children. Moe establishes a speakeasy under the moniker of a pet shop to circumvent law.
Eddy goes on strike against Rolf because he believes he is not a fair employer to Ed. Double D speak with Rolf in an attempt to settle the dispute. After some collective bargaining, he and Rolf come to an agreement in which he and Ed each receive a jawbreaker.
Sunny challenges the class to not advocate for the guilty man, stating that by doing so they are becoming advocates for the crime. Her professor provides a rebuttal and asks if the man really had a fair trial. The basis of the legal system is that everyone gets a defense and the right to a fair trial.