Okay. This as we know, is a diagram of the famous (or infamous, depending on your point of view) Three Act Story Paradigm.
I've taken a story that I wrote, entitled "Rule of Thumb" and indicated using subtitles where the story points appear in the episode. Don't worry. It's only about 4 minutes long.
First, the story follows the paradigm like buzzards following a hearse. The story elements are spot on, in terms of timing and placement.
Second - I wrote and produced this story, long before I'd ever heard of the Three-Act Paradigm. Interesting, huh? The Three Act Paradigm is hard wired into our consciousness.
Story structure is a natural part of the storytelling process. The paradigm is most useful when trying to analyse whats gone wrong with your story. In my experience, if the story isn't working well - it's because I've deviated from the Three Act Paradigm Structure.