Wario and Waluigi wake to find they are in the back of a garbage truck (as they were sleeping in a dumpster) driven by John Gayham and a Goomba; two bank robbers while being persued by the police. The police shoot out one of the tires and the truck barrels into a random warp pipe before the police can catch up. Wario and Waluigi crawl out of the wreckage to find the robbers have survived and have a briefcase full of money! They swipe the briefcase and evade the remaining cops. At first Waluigi uses the money to spruce up the dumpster they slept in, but Wario naturally uses it to buy a house, a jet, and a humungous bomb that can be ignited as a cosmetic item. When the time comes to pay the bill, Wario kills the tax collector. Later they see a newscast that shows the police have mistaken Wario and Waluigi for the robbers, and are now hunting for them. Mario, due to his usual retarded crime sprees, lead the police right to the Wario bros. Wario seems to fool them, but one of them (after an unnecessarily long amount of staring) recognizes Wario as "the fatty from that commercial". Wario gathers the money, and flies off in his private jet, taking Mario as a hostage. The police then light his giant cosmetic bomb and fire it at the plane. The bomb and plane collide and the plane falls to the ground in a fiery inferno. Wario, Waluigi, and Mario are thrown in prison. As Wario and Mario bicker, Waluigi learns an important lesson, money gets you nowhere, it's friends that mean something, a lesson Mario loudly calls "GAY!".
John Gayham and The Visitor reappear from being absent for a long time.
In the thumbnail and in the video, Mario wearing a bucket that has a "W" on it is a nod to the Nippon-only game, Mario & Wario.
At the 0:43 mark, when Wario and Waluigi are being dumped into the garbage truck, you can see Donkey Kong getting dumped too if we look closely.
Mario's head being stuck in a bucket is a reference to the Japanese video game Mario and Wario on Super Famicom.
Luigi made a returning appearance, but only cameo.
This is the first The Wacky Wario Bros. to have the video style with Arial instead of Verdana and Sony Vegas text presets instead of Super Mario 256 (referencing the 2011/2012 blooper style). Other episodes of other series to first use this style are: