Vanessa tells a story about the promise of shomer negiah in Orthodox Jewish communities, and how sometimes it is hard to see beyond the sacrifices involved in promises. Casper and Vanessa explore why people keep promises, and whether there is always an element of selfishness in that. Vanessa requests a vegetarian casserole if she ever gets cancer and ends up in the hospital.
Vanessa mentions the promises that journalists make to the public to promote the truth and hold people in power accountable. Casper intertwines trust and promises between government and their constituents. Casper and Vanessa talk about personality as a promise, and how familial roles also are promises that can shift.
In Havruta, Vanessa and Casper question why the Weasley twins test their products directly in front of Molly. Casper talks about how wisdom and knowledge are intertwined, especially in the context of acceptance. In the bloopers, Casper does a Tiny Tim impersonation that you definitely should listen to.