To help out his friend, Jack co-hosts a class with Murray. Jack talks about Hitler and Murray talks about Elvis. The whole class just seems to be the two of them crossing each other back and forth at the front of the classroom, stating weird facts about how much Hitler and Elvis loved their mothers.
As they talk to the class, Jack seems to have a sudden
thought about why Hitler was able to draw such huge crowds for his speeches. He
tells his class that the secret to Hitler's popularity is the fact that death followed him
wherever he went. In the corner of the room, Murray nods and smiles as if he's
just taught Jack a valuable lesson.