Fibber draws some cash from the bank to cover expenses. To feel important, he decides to get it as a 100 dollar bill. It doesn’t take long to discover the uses of small change. The bank has just closed, and nobody is willing to make change for his big bill. Mrs Uppington isn’t impressed, and can’t help out Vodeo-do McGee. Billy Mills plays.
On the walk home, they stop at the Old Timers house, but he can’t help them either. Time for the commercial. Fibber even tries to get a little pocket change from Teeny. Fibber scrounges enough cash to make a phone call to Gildersleeves. After a quick chat with Myrt. The Kingsmen sing, I hear a Rhapsody.
Fibber is desperate after the failed phone call, and his feet are aching from the walk. Maybe Boomer will have some change, as usual, he has just about anything but what is needed. They finally encounter Gildersleeves on the street, and Fibber gets into his usual argument with his neighbor. Still, Gildy is good enough to make change, but now they are home. More good news, the missing quarter that Fibber lost early in the program shows up.