Sophie conducts an experiment in which she emulates processing information as a computer would by making a banana sandwich. She stresses the importance of making your commands highly specific and clear. Her first attempt at making a sandwich is a comic failure; however, she successfully makes and eats the sandwich on her second attempt.
Sophie answers the question, "what is a computer?" She uses an analogy involving a person at a desk to illustrate how computers process information and discusses the different components in a computer, such as a hard drive, memory, and a processor. She then talks about binary, the language of computers
Liza explains that our brain processes information from our senses and makes conclusions (perceptions) about our environment. When these perceptions are wrong, this is an illusion. They show a few examples of an optical illusion.
The CyberSquad has three teleporter pieces that each need to be associated with a color. They lay out their pieces and the colors available. Using the information they've obtained, they cross off the possibilities that don't work to arrive at the solution.