Charlie walks out of the kitchen and sees Gimpy charging a customer $2.50 for a croissant that usually costs $3.50.
Here's your bill Ma'am. The total for your croissant is $2.50! Remember our deal?
The woman then hands him the change but Charlie notices that Gimpy sneaks a dollar in his pocket. Gimpy was stealing from Mr. Donner!
Why of course I do Gimpy. Don't forget to keep that dollar!
Charlie is very disappointed in Gimpy. Why would someone steal from such a kind and loyal man? Charlie then realizes that all this time, Gimpy had probably been using him as a go-between to help him steal. This makes Charlie very angry.
Charlie is agonizing whether he should tell Mr. Donner about Gimpy. He sees Dr. Strauss for advice.
Hi Dr. Strauss! I really need your advice. I caught my co-worker, Gimpy, stealing from my boss, Mr. Donner, at the bakery today. I don't know whether I should tell Mr. Donner or not! What do you think?
Charlie, this is your decision but in my opinion, you have a moral obligation to tell your boss. What Gimpy is doing is illegal!
Charlie has still not completely made up his mind. He asks Professor Nemur for advice as well. Professor Nemur says something that offends Charlie tremendously.
Hi Professor Nemur! I dropped by because I needed your advice. My co-worker has been steeling from my boss at the bakery and he's been using me as a go-between for it! I don't know whether I should tell my boss or not!
Honestly, I think it would be best if you did not become involved in this. After all, if you didn't understand what was going on at the time, then you aren't accountable for it.
Charlie is very upset and insulted. He explains to Professor Nemur that he was not an inanimate object before the operation.
Did you seriously just say that! Just because my mental illness was more pronounced at the time does not mean I was an inanimate object! I was a person back then too!