Christian Woolf consults a couple on what to do about their dire financial situation. During the conversation, he learns that Rita Blackburn makes necklaces at home and sells them. Christian realizes that they can claim a home-based business and receive a tax deduction through the IRS' Home Office Deduction.
Here we can see Andy helping the boy's father discipline him. It is clear to both of them that the boy is lacking accountability and morality for his choices in taking advantage of his father. This awareness growing for the audience is keen to prompt awareness in themselves and their own actions.
Rodrigo Borgia insinuates that the Cardinal is taking money and asks him about how he has been handling the accounts. Guilia tells the Cardinal that double-entry bookkeeping will help trace the missing funds.
Homer withdraws his life savings from his bank account and invests it in 500 shares of Animotion, Inc. His hope is that he'll get rich when the share price skyrockets. The stock makes steady gains but then plummets, and Homer is upset.
A chartered accountant seeks career advice from a vocational guidance counselor. He is looking for a new, exciting career with growth opportunities. He mentions that he would like to be a lion tamer, and the counselor asks about his experience. The ensuing conversation reveals that he does not actually know what a lion is and mistakes it for an anteater.