The Boys stack up their book shelves in a contest of your books are bigger and better than mine in a show in which they create lists of the best works of prose in all of human history. Along the way they stack up ten examples of what they feel exemplifies and defines literature. Debate over genre and author intent follows Dennis rants about Mark Twain. Great Gatsby, Calvin n Hobbes, Frank Miller, surrealism, and science fiction find their way into the mix as well
Dennis and Patrick find a magic lamp and the most boring genie grants them three wishes to change the American Educational system with no financial or political constraints. Jackson Pollock, Finland, and at risk teens all appear.
Each host can only make three changes to the system and must defend their rationale to the other.
Patrick suffers from Baader-Meinhof phenomenon and thinks he can explain religion, commerce, romance, culture, and identity through the lense of food and what kinds of food people eat. Dennis addresses how insane this sounds and is slowly converted to Patrick’s thinking. School boards, Marco Polo, Oatmeal, and Lent also appear.