Sheep Baaad depicts a sheep with razor sharp teeth chewing a man's guts out. Instead of blood flowing from the victim, red text depicts the word "bleat." Bromides and concepts encouraging either thoughtlessness or moral agnosticism (specifically "But still." "That's just how it is." "You don't really think (The word really is animated to shift its meaning from argument from intimidation to a character judgement.)" The word "Loyalty" over the word "Integrity" with a line through the word integrity.) are also shown in red alongside the names of great people in history (specifically Aristotle, Alan Turing, Galileo, Joan of Arc, and Socrates) who were persecuted or murdered for who they were or what they believed. The words, "You would kill" appear above these names in a manner that equivocates thoughtlessness with murder and (arguably) accuses the viewer of both.
Social Networking depicts a tree in a dark forest. It has a large spiderweb attached to one of its branches. The hole in the spiderweb spells out the word, “society.” A cocoon is barely noticeable on the far end of the branch. Eight menacing red eyes scuttle around inside of a large hole in the tree. The red eyes cast a glow on the tree, the spiderweb, and the cocoon. The glow on the cocoon produces the letter “I.” The spider slowly retreats back into the tree and the animation starts over again.
There are a lot of implications to be drawn from the timing, lighting, and relative positioning of the letter “I” on a cocoon (presumably a butterfly’s cocoon, but it could be argued otherwise) the word “Society,” and the very large spider.