At Jerry's urging, Bob hires a business manager to handle his money. He ends up living on a meager allowance that affords him only such luxuries as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch.
Hoping to make a contribution to society, Bob offers his psychological counseling services free to a parolee out on an armed-robbery conviction. But Bob seems to be more influenced by his patient's manner than the patient is by Bob's therapy.
Howard falls head over heels in love with Bob's sister, Ellen. Under most circumstances, Bob would find this perfectly acceptable, except that Ellen is engaged to someone else.