Act 1: A haunting foreclosure
B.O. Plenty story introduction
B.O. Plenty and Gravel Gertie hear strange noises at Sunny Dell Acres
The bank has no record of a mortgage payment from the Plentys, so they start to foreclose
Since B.O. paid for his house in one cash payment, the judge dismisses the case
Aside: Update on Mr. Bribery
Lee Ebony reports that she will again be Mr. Bribery's bodyguard
when he returns from Europe
B.O.'s lawyer says the bank owes the court costs and the newspaper is
publicizing their bad attitude
Gertie begs for Tracy's help in B.O.'s meeting with the bank president and he
relunctantly goes with them
Blackjack robs the bank, but he is shocked and delighted to meet B.O. Plenty
and Gravel Gertie in person
Tracy and Sam read the news coverage about Blackjack. They anticipate
seeing Blackjack again soon
Blackjack regrets not getting the Plentys' autographs
Act 2: A sparkling guest
Sparkle Plenty story introduction
Blackjack dreams of meeting Sparkle Plenty. He has a large collection of
her toys. He's off to rob again.
The bank has paid B.O.'s court costs and Sparkle is off to get groceries,
but she stops at the bank for cash.
Sparkle meets Blackjack at the bank and tries to talk him out of robbing it.
Sam tells Tracy that Sparkle Plenty deterred Blackjack and left with him.
Sparkle signs all of Blackjack's "Sparkle Plenty" collectibles and poses for
pictures with him.
Junior is worried about Sparkle, but Tracy says Blackjack would
never hurt her.
Act 3: Troubles at Fleischer Bank
Fleischer Bank story introduction
Mr. Hickman, manager of the Fleischer Savings & Loan, is about to be
Tracy learns that Fleischer Bank is defaulting on pension funds
Blackjack also learns of Fleischer's default
Tracy warns Hickman about a possible upcoming theft by Blackjack
Hickman hopes Blackjack robs them so the audit doesn't find out they're
Blackjack is still planning to do the robbery, but he's taking his time
Tracy and Sam are on a stakeout, across from the bank
Blackjack starts to rob the bank, but is interrupted by a fire
Blackjack goes back to the manager's office to check for more victims
Mr. Hickman started the fire!
The newspaper is highly critical of Fleischer Bank but calls Blackjack
the hero of the day