While entertaining Bill Gates, Rupert Murdoch, and Warren Buffet, Evans learns of Slash's ability to make the best soup he's ever tasted. He feels it could be a big hit and finally be able to get him some F-U money. He shops it around to famous chef's Wolfgang Puck and Emeril, both of whom are eager to taste. But when he goes to get them samples, he learns that Tollie Mae has destroyed the only batch remaining. To top it off, the key ingredient--yak's milk--is only available in the mountains of Nepal from the golden yak. In order to obtain the milk, Evans sells a fake movie to a studio to get them to finance the trip to Nepal. Once there, he promises to make the tribal leader the lead star in exchange for the yaks. Unfortunately, the studio boss, Stein, arrives and demands to know the progress of the film. Knowing he's trapped, Evans and the group escape with two golden yaks. Back in Woodland, he holds an opening premiere for the soup. Many people bid for the rights to the soup. Evans is almost successful when a frost-bitten Stein shows up and claims the right to the soup since the studio initially bought it. He promises to shut down the soup production and that it will never see the light of day. Evans convinces Stein to try the soup in order to change his mind. Stein loves it, but the only way to get it on the shelves by Christmas time is for Evans to give up his investment in the soup. The soup ends up being a huge hit and Evans never does get his F-U money.