Mitcz gets a new client, complains about his current work situation, and Dad gets bored. The conversation moves onto Steve Jobs and his recent resignation, how Apple has changed the world, and Dad brings up Christopher Columbus yet again.
From there, Dad delves into a theory that in the era of Mad Men, people were happier. Mitcz argues “…yeah, for rich white men” and a discussion about racism, sexism, class warfare, welfare, and rich vs poor ensues.
Dad once again wishes Mitcz would stop worrying about such things, as he considers it a futile effort. Mitcz disagrees, and wraps it up with how that all relates to his desire to be a full-time stand-up comedian.