Dina and Amy head to the hospital to deliver their children, but it turns out that Amy’s insurance isn’t accepted at the hospital they’ve shown up to, but Dina’s health insurance is accepted. Both work at Cloud 9, but managerial health insurance provides more benefits than other employees. This differencing of employee benefits contributes to inequality between white- and blue-collar workers.
After requesting a raise from the district manager, Amy now has to sit through a financial planning workshop with her boss and the other employees. The employees quickly point out that the budget Glenn is presenting doesn’t have line items for things like food, childcare, or healthcare. The clip ends with Glen suggesting that the employees seek government assistance to support their low income.