Sir Isaac Newton ponders why the planets orbit the sun and what allows them to maintain that orbit. Very soon after he sits down under an apple tree, Humphrey bangs his head against one of the limbs, causing an apple to fall on Newton's head. It is at this moment that Isaac Newton has an epiphany and starts to develop the concept of gravity.
George sees an éclair inside the garbage can, and he decides to eat it when he believes that no one is watching him. He debates with Jerry over whether or not it is actually considered garbage. Jerry contends that it is garbage because it was in the receptable, adjacent to refuse, and partially eaten.
In the post-order world of the Walking Dead, Negan is angry that Rick and his group killed a lot of his men. Negan expresses that he is their leader and orders them to give him their belongings. This scene illustrates the views of enlightenment thinker, Thomas Hobbes, that the absence of government and order would cause the world to be a war of every man against every man.
Enlightenment philosopher Jeremy Bentham famously theorized that, with his Panopticon device, people could be controlled because they would believe they are being observed. In this dystopia, people are rated by peers and are therefore never off, never anonymous, and always observed.