During the holiday, Uncle Marvin reveals he has become a stockbroker and convinces Barry and the JTP to invest their money with him. Murray intervenes which has repercussions for Barry. Meanwhile, Erica tells Geoff she is in debt and gets swept up in the family investment. Later, Beverly invites 50 people over for a Thanksgiving potluck instead of stressing out cooking for the family, but the plan backfires and Beverly realizes some traditions shouldn't change.
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The TV news reports a slide in value of Atari stock, due to poor reception of the E.T. video game. At the time of the E.T. video game release, Atari was wholly owned by Warner Communications, so there was no publicly traded Atari stock. See more