At the Krusty Krab, a customer wants to sit at a certain table, but two elderly people (Old Man Jenkins and Mary) are already sitting there. SpongeBob said the customer could sit at the table when they are done although the guy said he would pay $5 if he gets it now. Mr. Krabs agrees with this offer, and kicks the old people out. Mr. Krabs then says "Money talks", likes the idea, and wishes he could talk to money.
Later at his house, Mr. Krabs forces the money to talk. Of course, it doesn't. Mr. Krabs then shouts he wants to talk to money. The Flying Dutchman appears and said he would grant his wish if he sells his soul. Mr. Krabs takes the offer, and the Flying Dutchman throws pixie dust on him. Mr. Krabs then wakes up and thinks it was a dream, until he hears his money talk. At first he is delighted. He takes all the money from his safe at the Krusty Krab and takes it home. But to Mr. Krabs' disappointment, the money tells him how badly they want to be spent. He decided to spend some of it on fairy princess outfits, corn dogs, and diapers (as the money wanted). Mr. Krabs tries to put the rest of money in a bag, give it to SpongeBob, and ask him to bury it but that just makes him lose the money so he takes the bag back. Mr. Krabs becomes restless, and starts to regret his deal with the Flying Dutchman. The Flying Dutchman appears and is about to take Mr. Krabs's soul, but he said he already sold his soul. Suddenly, a group of ghosts are lined up and say that Mr. Krabs sold his soul to them too.
When Mr. Krabs talks to the money, he asks it in French (Parlez vous Francais?), in Spanish (Habla Espanol?) and in Pig Latin (Ouyay peaksay Igpay Atinlay?).
In the German version when Mr. Krabs speaks to the money, he asks it if it speaks French (in French), Spanish (in Spanish) and "Parlare pronto lira pizza fungi" which means (Speaking ready lira Mushroom Pizza. Also, there is no really sense but it is Italian).
In the Dutch version when Mr. Krabs speaks to the money, he asks it if it speaks French (in French), Spanish (in Spanish) and German (Sprechen sie Deutsch)"