Over at Stuckey Bowl, Prescott writes his last check of the day, having been writing checks for ten hours straight. He says he's just hitting his stride but feels really good about what he's done. A guy by the name of Tom LeMere comes barging in. Tom asks if he's too late to capitalize on the old man's insanity. Prescott says he'll make Tom the last check of the day, and that Tom should make it a good one. Tom says he needs a CD player. Prescott scoffs at the thought of having to write a check for a measly CD player, and tells him to think bigger. Tom says he'd like a projection TV. Prescott goads him, "Think Bigger!" Tom pauses for a moment and says, "How about a Winnebago?" Prescott's ready to do business now. Ed says a Winnebago costs about $100,000. Prescott says Tom's lucky that Prescott's a rich man. He writes Tom a check for $100,000 and hands it over to him. "How can I ever thank you?" Tom asks. Prescott tells him to send him a postcard. Tom suggests one from Mount Rushmore, but Prescott tells him to make it a card with a picture of an animal dressed up in human clothing, since that's always good for a laugh. I make a mental note to send the guy a photo of my wife in her Burger King outfit to see if I'd make $100,000 off it. Tom leaves in shock. Ed tells Prescott that he's done a good thing today, and that he's a real-life Santa. Prescott says it felt good, adding, "Thanks, Mr. Herlihy!"
Phil's on top of the mechanical bull, which has been erected in the bowling alley. Phil tells Kenny that he's going to count down, and when he gets to "one," Kenny is supposed to turn the bull on. Phil starts the countdown: "Fifty-three, fifty-two, fifty-one, fifty, forty-nine...." Kenny gets bored and turns on the bull. Phil lasts less than a second on the bull before he's sent flying into the air. Phil slowly gets up from the floor, gingerly holding his crotch. Ed just watches the whole escapade from the shoe counter, slightly bemused. Shirley introduces Bruce Kapler to Ed. Bruce is the executive director of the Prescott Foundation. Ed says that Prescott is a great guy and just gave away $200,000 to the people of Stuckeyville. Kapler chuckles and says that Prescott couldn't have done that, because he doesn't have a dime. Around the globe, a collective gasp is heard from living rooms tuned to NBC. But it sure sounded an awful lot like Molly inhaling a side of beef.