Right before Christmas vacation, it snows and the kids spend the morning working on their Main Street projects.
Colin, Miranda, and Annemarie walk to Jimmy's, but, when they do, he slams the door in their faces.
Why? Someone's stolen the Fred Flintstone bank – and Jimmy assumes it's them. He tells them to get out and not come back or he'll call the police.
The three friends are puzzled. They eat pizza and discuss who would have taken the bank. They decide to write Jimmy a letter – or send him a card. Annemarie offers to buy the card.
They go to Gold's Stationery, a fancy store with leather diaries and expensive pens.
Annemarie picks out a card with a rose and shows it to Colin. He shrugs his shoulders. That's not the response she was looking for, apparently.
She asks the cashier to put the card on her dad's account. Colin asks if she'll buy him some baseball cards, and she says she can't.
After school, Annemarie and Miranda go to Annemarie's house, where they write Jimmy a note telling him that they didn't take the bank and they'd like to come back to work.
Annemarie and Miranda hang out and make plans for what they'll do over Christmas vacation. Miranda tries not to think about what Sal would be doing – playing basketball until the first big snow, probably.