Beavis and Butt-Head watches a commercial about the lottery, then sees Gina, the popular girl at school and begins to try to talk to her, only to be rebuffed with her giving the duo a dollar to leave her alone.
Desperate to spend it, they try to buy a gallon of gasoline, but the attendant refuses and tells them to buy a lottery scratcher instead, which they win $500.
They then use $499 to buy a riding lawnmower, spend $1 in gas, and then mowing the anarchy symbol onto the lawn of Highland High School.
Mike Judge has stated in an interview when talking about this episode that "what they wanted to do with the gas, we had to cut" hence why Beavis asks for it "in a bag".
An alternate ending was animated, but cut before air for reasons unknown of the boys crashing the lawn mower into Gina's car after mowing the anarchy symbol into the front lawn of the high school - to which Butt-Head responds "Hey, Gina, can we have another dollar?". The following picture is a production used animation cel from the aforementioned scene. The line "Hey, Gina, can we have another dollar?" was quoted on the back of the 1994 Fleer Ultra card for the episode despite the scene never being aired. The screen cap to the right of Gina and her girlfriends screaming is from the 1993 TV spot for the "Beavis and Butt-Head Experience" album. The shot includes the same two girls who Gina is sitting with in the cafeteria in the beginning of the episode. None of Gina's friends in this episode ever appear in any other episodes making it safe to assume that this abrupt scene is of Gina and her friends reaction when they see the boys smash their lawn mower into her car.