Stan tries to stop Grandpa Marsh from purchasing more useless jewlery from the shopping network.
Stan shares a moment with Grandpa Marsh and gives him a present.
Cartman visits a jewelry factory, only to discover the rest of the boys are already there.
Stan visits several Cash For Gold shops to pawn his new bolo tie.
The boys visit a smelting company to put a stop to the jewelry scam. When that doesn't work, they go...
The boys discover the TV network responsible for selling jewelry to the elderly.
Cartman unveils his new breakthrough equation for making gold.
Cartman gives Stan hard time about his new bolo tie.
During a live airing of the jewelry show, Stan calls in with a special request for the host.
The Marsh family visits Grandpa, and Stan is given a not-so-awesome present.
Cartman launches his own jewelry show on the Old People's Network.
With the help of Butters, Cartman solicits jewelry for his new Cash 4 Gold business.
The old people continue to call in to the jewelry show and finally convince Dean to commit suicide.
Cartman visits an Asian gem store and realizes he's not getting a good deal.
The boys witness the entire cyclical supply chain that is the Cash for Gold empire.
Stan tries to sell a bolo tie for seven layer burrito.