George and Hazel are watching television. The ballerinas are not bad dancers and while they perform, Gearge thinks that they shouldn't have handicaps but a noise in his ear radio scattered his thoughts.
A ballerina announces that Harrison bergeron has escaped from prison and is a menace to society. She also recommended not to try to reason with him.
Harrison arrives at the sudio, the knob of the studio door was still in his hand. Ballerinas, technicians, musicians, and announcers cowered on their knees before him, expecting to die.
Harrison defines himself an emperor and claims as his empress who will be the first woman who dares rise to her feet to claim her mate and her throne.
The two of them dance and then, in an explosion of joy and grace, they sprang into the air abandoning the laws of the lands and gravity. Unfortunately they don't realize that they are about to die.
Harrison and the ballerina are killed by the Handicap General. Hazel has seen his son die on tv and begin to cry but when George asks her why she was crying she didn't remember.