In another episode Dick convinced the other professors to go on strike and the Chancellor called their bluff due to Dick being a terrible bluffer. At the end of the episode, Dick uses his terrible bluffing to his advantage, pulling a reverse double bluff on the Chancellor in order to get back the letters of resignation. The result is another Crowning Moment for Dick:
Chancellor: Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to present these letters to the Board of Trustees.
Dick: Oh, of course, the Board. Yeah, they were certainly right about you. You are a real operator.
Chancellor: You know people on the Board?
Dick: No, I have no friends on the Board. [pretends to fidget]
Chancellor: You don't know anything.
Dick: You're right, I know nothing. You have no reason to worry about losing your job over this "debacle". [makes air quotes] I don't know why I did that, I'm not quoting anyone. [Chancellor sets the letters down] What are you doing with those?
Chancellor: I'm thinking of giving them back to you. What do you think of that, Dr. Solomon?
Dick: I think that would be a huge mistake, Chancellor.
Chancellor: Would it? [pushes letters towards Dick]
Dick: Yes, accepting them was your greatest triumph. [pushes letters back]
Chancellor: You'd like to see me fired, wouldn't you? [pushes letters back]
Dick: No. And believe me, I have no designs... on your position. [pushes letters back]
Chancellor: Oh, I'm sorry, Solomon, but I can read you like a book. You lose. I'm rehiring the faculty. [pushes letters into Dick's lap] Now, take your letters and get out of my office!
Dick: Well, it looks like you've outsmarted me once again. [laughs to himself] I mean... damn!