Ron and Leslie ponder why people would eat anything other than breakfast.
A soccer field is double-booked and Leslie has to work out a solution for who gets the field.
Ann announces that she is not a fan of group dinners where everyone splits the check. This is most likely because she believes she’ll spend under the average bill and would have to pay more than her share if split equally.
Ron and Leslie meet for lunch to settle a bet, but not before Ron extolls the virtues of capitalism and competition in the free market. Leslie, of course, disagrees on the role of government.