Part I was all about how the world works, something that seems inherently interesting to me, a giant puzzle to work out.
Part II gets into much more conventional terrain for economics:
- how unemployment is defined and measured, and what our experience with it has been;
- how inflation is defined and measured, and what our experience with it has been;
- the workings of supply and demand (familiar to almost anyone who's had an economics class, and to many people who haven't, though the presentation here does set it in a physical context);
- the concepts of aggregate supply and aggregate demand.
The video is again in two pieces, part a and part b.