As The Settlers enjoy a candlelit dinner, the children ask their parents why they settle for cable. Their mother explains that they are settlers, it's what they do. Following her explanation, the father rhetorically asks if their parents are not their providers. He then proceeds to describe their provisions: succulent jack rabbit pie, grey water soup and a single lick off the family lolly every harvest moon. He shakes a mason jar with a pink lollipop inside to illustrate his point.