Leonard is selling his share of the time machine and everyone is giving him offers below what he paid due to depreciation. He is also selling the rest of his collectibles and his friends argue and bid over the price.
Jerry is showing Elaine a T-shirt he's had for six years that he calls "Golden Boy." It's his go-to shirt, it's always first out of the dryer, and it he wears it for playing every game. Yet Golden Boy is wearing out and fraying at the collar. Elaine responds that she has to go meet a famous author, and Jerry replies "You want to wear Golden Boy?" (making the t-shirt look more like a tool than a consumer good). At the end of the show, Golden Boy is gone, having died in the dryer. But Jerry replaced his capital with a new shirt, "Baby Blue."
Jacob and Adriene explain how exchange rates affect the greater macroeconomic climate through imports and exports. They explore what countries do to influence the exchange rate and the implications of exchange rates on consumers.