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When Lou comes into some unexpected money, Charlie suggests that Lou let Charlie's broker David Milburn invest it for him. But then an unhappy former client of Milburn brings news of fraud to the newspaper. Charlie remains loyal to his broker and thinks the paper shouldn't publish rumors. However, the more the journalists investigate the case, the clearer it becomes that Charlie might never see his money again.
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Mrs. Pynchon: I suggest you donate all the money to the Civic Light Opera, Mr. Grant.
Lou: Yeah, that's very high on my list, Mrs. Pynchon. It's right after hiring a plane and sprinkling it over Griffith Park.
Mrs. Pynchon: You have never seen a really good production of The Pirates of Penzance, have you?
Lou: I've never even seen a bad one.
Art: I was just wondering now that you got a few bucks, if you are going to start dressing a little ...a little ...
Art: Not necessarily better, but different.
Lou: Which would be better?
Art: It's just that there are many other colors for shirts now besides white.
National Editor: What are you going to do with all that money, Lou?
Lou: I don't know yet. So far I bought a shirt and a toaster.