In the seventh aliyah, two of Pharaoh's staff are put in prison: his butler and baker. They both have dreams, which sadden them, and Yosef interprets them. The butler dreams about grape clusters from which he squeezes wine out and gives it to Pharaoh. Yosef's interpretation is that the butler would be restored to Pharaoh's service, which turns out to be true. Yosef asks the butler to mention his plight to Pharaoh, but the butler forgets to do it.
The baker dreams about baskets of baked goods that a bird ate. Yosef's interpretation is that the butler would be hung, which also turns out to be true.