The Beatles become just as successful in the US, as in the UK, when they hit #1 on the US charts. This leads to a tour of America, appearances on "The Ed Sullivan Show", and starring in the feature film "A Hard Day's Night".
Beatlemania continues as Paul's new song diverges from the Rock'n'Roll genre. Individual traits become more clear whilst clean cut images are maintained. The band reflects on marijuana usage and political recognition during this time.
They review their performance and people reaction at the Shea Stadium show and their trip to Japan. At that time, they were experimenting: in drugs usage, and also in music. Rubber Soul and Revolver albums are expressions of that.
In this part, they review topics like their trip to India with Maharishi guru, Brian Epstein's death, the Apple business expansion, the Yellow Submarine movie and finally the relationship between John and Yoko Ono.