In order to go on a field trip to Washington DC, Chris has to sell thirty boxes of cookies. If Chris doesn't sell enough cookies the whole class will be prevented from the trip. Julius has already infringed on his coworkers with Rochelle's makeup, Tonya's wrapping paper and Drew's chocolates, so all he can offer Chris is to buy two boxes.
Chris tries to sell cookies in his neighborhood, which proves to be harder than selling crack. At school Chris' sales are the worst in the class. Caruso let's Chris know that if he doesn't get to go to Washington he's going to hold Chris accountable. On Chris' second attempt to sell cookies, he encounters Risky, who uses a simple selling strategy: "it just fell off the truck." Chris adopts this technique and is surprised to see the cookies selling like hotcakes. Until a cop, Russo, arrests him for possession of stolen good. At the police station Chris gets put in a line-up, but after a few calls Chris' name is cleared and the cops buy the last of his cookies. On the bus to Washington DC, Caruso notices a small red mark on Chris' cheek. The bus screeches to a halt as kids flee the outbreak of chickenpox.
For their anniversary, Julius purchases tickets to "Dreamgirls" from Risky. Although Risky has burned them in the past with terrible seats to major events, he has promised that these tickets are for the best seats in the house. Unfortunately, Tonya and Drew come down with the chickenpox. Unable to find anybody to babysit, Julius tells Rochelle to go and enjoy the tickets. Much to Julius' chagrin, Rochelle quickly agrees and calls Sheila: "We're going to 'Dreamgirls,' girl!" On Julius and Rochelle's anniversary Rochelle and Sheila enjoy front row seats to "Dreamgirls." Julius is upset that Rochelle left him alone on their anniversary, but Rochelle surprises him with tickets to a basketball game. Unfortunately, the tickets are terrible.