I think the scene in “Go Back to Where You Came From” that can best fit most of the words from the discovery rubric is the raid scene. The raid scene is so flexible that both the participants and the viewers can discover new things. For instance, Roderick, one of the participants, was so shocked by what he discovered from the raid that he just kind of disappeared. The absence of Roderick can mean many things to the viewers, like the possibility that he was overwhelmed by the emotional discovery of all the refugees crying as they were being taken away. This discovery can be confronting to him and his beliefs about refugees, it can also be sudden and unexpected for Roderick. In addition, during the raid, Raye said that the refugees there “could easily be the Chins” and after that the narrator explained that the refugees could face “jail time, corporal punishment and deportation.” This juxtaposition is intended for the viewers to feel the emotional connection with the Chins before the raid and imagine if the Chins were being punished, after all they have been through. This makes the discovery very much emotional to both the participants and the audience. It can also challenge the beliefs of the audience who think raids are for the best since the scene shows the real things that happen during the raid.