The Spanish Inquisition accuses an elderly woman of heresy on four counts, and she doesn't understand what she's accused of. They attempt to get her confession by "torturing" her with cushions and a comfy chair.
Eric confesses to Mr. Feeny and tells him the reason for his strong performance on his recent test was that he received the answers from a former student. He shares with Mr. Feeny that he can never excel in academics; he's just an average student. His tutor confirms this sentiment and cites that he's not the "student type," which is why she felt comfortable providing him the answers.
Queen Anne Boleyn is accused of treason, and Henry VIII hears from her confessor that she had nothing to confess. The confessor mentions that the queen has accepted her fate in order to save her daughter, Elizabeth. The queen is scheduled to be beheaded as punishment for her accusations.