When Larry takes a new job at the Chicago Chronicle, Balki feels his job at the discount store is no longer enough for him. So he gets a job in the mail room at the Chronicle, but his new boss Mr. Gorpley is not going to make it easy for him.
Jennifer gets a job opportunity but it requires for he to move. Larry doesn't like it but he says nothing. Balki tells him he should speak up or he could live to regret it. He goes to sleep and dreams that several years later he is all alone.
When Balki's Myposian dessert (bibi-babka) is a big hit, Larry convinces him to sell them to a local restaurant. But the chef needs 2000 in two days. Can they make that many in time or will the Bibi-Babka Business be bust?
When Larry's brother, whom he's been jealous of because he's so popular who is now a big shot, comes for a visit. He pretends to be a big shot himself. But when his brother stays longer than expected things get out of hand.