Interior, day. We're inside Uncle Scrooge's study with a laptop setup on a side table. Huey sits at the laptop, showing Uncle Scrooge something on the screen.
1. HUEY: The Billcoins are completely digital. But there are only so many that can be created. So the more people want them, the higher their price.
2. UNCLE SCROOGE: Like my antique golf clubs!
A chart on the computer monitors climbs up very high. A ginormous dollar amount fills the space above the graph.
3. HUEY: Jumpin' jellybeans! My Billcoins are worth a fortune!
Uncle Scrooge mops at his brow as Huey turns to look at him.
4. HUEY: At this rate, you might want to turn all your gold coins into Billcoins.
Uncle Scrooge images himself diving into a heap of computers that fills his classic money vault (instead of the usual gold coins).
5. UNCLE SCROOGE: I do not like the sounds of that.
Huey folds his arms in frustration as he looks back at the computer monitor. Uncle Scrooge looks a bit smug as he looks at the same thing.
6. HUEY: Oh no. Now my Billcoins aren't even worth pennies.
7. HUEY: I guess nobody wants them anymore.
8. UNCLE SCROOGE: Like my antique golf pants.
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