The trial is finally over, and we find Lum and Abner counting the money they got from the sale of their pearl. What does Abner have on his mind regarding their success? It was worth it to go through the ordeal in court to win the case, and the money for Abner. He’d do it again.
Lum has an idea to better invest their money than Abner’s ideas. Though the war is over, it’s still the patriotic thing to do to buy savings bonds.
Somehow, something way down inside of Lum is beginning to feel guilty abou their win in court. Can Abner get his guilt free half of the money away from Lum? Will Lum get Abner to share in his guilt at the money they wonin court?