Henry Waternoose convinces Sulley to demonstrate his scare tactic to several onlookers. In the process, Sulley scares Boo. He attempts to win back her trust by showing her that he was only acting earlier.
Jim Garrison talks to a jury during the trial of Clay Shaw and urges it to pursue the path of truth and justice. He states that truth is a threat to power and that justice does not come automatically; it is up to human beings to create justice. Jim reminds the jury of its democratic principles and recalls the famous quote by John F. Kennedy, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."