Leni starts an addiction for using coupons and saving money.
All starts at the store. Leni had going to make the shopping. Lincoln accompanies her for not to get lost. In the way, Leni discovers something, it's a coupon-giver machine. She pulls a strip of paper. It's a coupon for a 35-percent of discount of a can of beans. Lincoln stops to search Leni. When he reached her, she answers that they need to buy a can of beans. Lincoln asks why. Leni shows him the coupon. Both go to pay the things (and that can of beans). Once in home, Mom asks Leni why she bring a can of beans to the house, as they don't need it for now. Leni answers that the can had a 35% discount in a coupon. The next week both siblings go again to the store. But this time Leni took a map, and started to take coupons from all the machines, filling the cart with unnecesary things, in offer. It was the same routine for some weeks. Leni had taken this to the extremes when she says that the only things that the family can buy from now onwards, will be only with coupons, to spend the less money quantity possible. It had been taked too far, that even she had a supply of coupon-bought things, enough for two months. Tired of these coupon crazyness, Lincoln decides to have a secret reunion. When Leni is sleeping, the other sisters go to Lincoln's room. Once there, they complaint of Leni's coupon frenzy. So they need to stop it. The next day, Lincoln goes with Leni to the store, and he takes her to the clothing section. She sees a dress that she liked too much. So Leni starts to search a coupon for that dress. But there wasn't. So Lincoln said that if she wants that dress, she needs to stop this mania. She stopped the coupon-using, bought that dress, and selled that supply to charity.