Sampson's friends are always up to no good, causing trouble where ever they happen upon. This time, they're stealing Icee's from their local store, Jack's. Thinking nothing of it (and being out of money), Sampson decides to take a chance at it, only to find he's not very good at hiding his tracks. The store's owner finds out, and Sampson finds himself in quite a predicament. The next time his friends roll around for a "heist," Sampson wants no part in it. This conflict seems to take the position of man vs. man, as it is Sampson, and his theft, against the store owner. Furthermore, the store owner takes it upon himself (or, more accurately, his dogs) to teach Sampson a lesson about stealing. And from the looks of it, he wouldn't mind doing it again if Sampson returns.
- Jadnie Kerlegrand