Deputy Perkins, convinced that he has the winning ticket of the Irish Sweepstakes, turns to high living on credit. Meanwhile, Sheriff Lobo faces a streak of bad luck when his mobile home is repossessed and a gambler holds his note for $10,000 until the debt is settled.
Lobo's in a quandary. His mobile home has yet to be fully paid for and he could lose it if he doesn't come up with the remaining payment.
He gets in deeper trouble when a dishonest gambler blackmails him for help to open a casino in Orly County. He has a photograph of Lobo in a compromising situation.
Deputy Perkins, on the other hand, is having a ball. He has just won a prize in the Irish sweepstakes and even before he has collected the money, he's splashing it like nobody's business.
Perkins buys himself a fancy car, new clothes, paints the town red, and even contemplates divorcing Rose...