7 year old Cosby is in his Mr. Washington room, and he finds a paper airplane in his toy chest. As he starts playing, he gets an idea to travel to "MindWare" and find some new paper air plane toys.
Little Cosby arrives at the store and begins exploring. He comes across a paper air plane making book at the bottom of a dusty cabinet. Cosby reaches down, picks up the book, blows the dust off of the cover, and ultimately decides that this book is perfect for him. Cosby sprints to the check-out line, pays, and dashes home.
When Cosby gets home, he heads upstairs to his room. He flings off his shoes, tosses his coat onto the back of his desk chair, and with the book in hand, leaps up onto his bed. Cosby opens the book and begins scanning the pages. In doing so, he sparks his creative side. Thoughts of different plane models and design blueprints begin firing throughout his brain. He is very excited to see all the possibilities presented by the book but unfortunately, his parents are not excited to see that his chores aren't done.
Mom and dad told Cosby to finish his chores before he does anything else. Cosby pouted and ran off to the bathroom. He began cleaning the bathroom and his room. After he finished his chores, Cosby went back to his room. He picked up his book and started right where he left off. He decides to make the first paper airplane that he sees. Cosby finishes the plane and shows it to his parents.
Cosby's parents are pleased that he is learning responsibility, as they say "You see son, you can have fun after you do your chores!"