Vincent Van Gogh's brother Theo pays him a visit and encourages him to rediscover his spark to overcome his depression. He calls Vincent an idler, but Vincent is quick to discern himself from a man who chooses to be idle. Rather, he indicates that he would love to work but cannot because of his current situation.
A crowd of men is intrigued at the opportunity to be paid fair wages as orange pickers in the West. Even though handbill says that 800 pickers are needed, one of the men quickly tries to discourage the crowd from the seemingly lucrative opportunity.
The narrator in the clip explains the impact of the stock market crash on the United States economy: millions of individuals lost their hard-earned savings, and unemployment rose to 25%. As a result, millions of families had to change the way they lived in order to survive. This new way of life was noticeably less comfortable than their old way of life.
Ross and Rachel are under the influence of alcohol when Joey enters the room. He asks for help convincing his ant twin to cooperate, and Ross volunteers to help. Shortly after, Ross loses balance and asks Joey if he is okay. Ross and Rachel's actions illustrate slower cognitive function and a distorted view of reality.