Although told at the beginning of the story that he has unlimited credit, Franklin is chided for writing multiple checks for gambling money, incurring a large debt. Why would he need to write checks if he had unlimited credit? See more
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Gibbs - three days and two nights, all expenses paid, at a Las Vegas hotel, won by virtue of Mrs. Gibbs' knack with a phrase. But unbeknownst to either Mr. or Mrs. Gibbs is the fact that there's a prize in their package neither expected nor bargained for. In just a moment, one of them will succumb to an illness worse than any virus can produce, a most inoperative, deadly, life-shattering affliction known as The Fever.