|"The Vile of Vilemon!"|
A baker suddenly becomes addicted to gambling, neglecting both his business and his own son. Touched by the boy's devotion to his father, Marcus sets out to speak reason to the man, but he can't imagine that the wrongdoings of Vilemon and his DemiDevimon henchmen are at work.
The owner of a store that specializes in baking white buns suddenly becomes addicted to gambling. For unknown reasons, he has consecutive winning streaks in every bet, all thanks to the prayers he has paid to a mysterious shrine. As the man sinks in his obsession for gambling, he neglects both his business and his own son. Touched by the boy's relationship with his father, Marcus sets out to speak reason to the man, but he can't imagine that the wrongdoings of Vilemon and his DemiDevimon henchmen are at work. While Thomas is studying human emotions, Marcus and Yoshi rush onto the scene. The owner of the store was trying not to disobey his lord, Vilemon, but Vilemon became angry and larger. After being digivolved, GeoGreymon attacked Vilemon and reverted him into a digi-egg. As for his henchmen, the DemiDevimon, who were actually flying away, GeoGreymon attacked them all and they were brought down to their doom by a Mega Flame.
(Numbers indicate order of appearance. Bolded characters are fought by the protagonists, and italicized characters appear only as a voice or silhouette.)
"T-The money... all of it burned to ash..."
"So, I couldn't stop acting that way. I was under their spell!"
- Almost all instances of Japanese kanji and kana are erased and signs with Japanese writing on them are blanked all throughout the episode.
- The only instances of Japanese kanji and kana that remain in the US Dub are those of the Japanese yen and ticket appearing on screen, as well as the Japanese kana on the bag of potato chips that Agumon ate while watching the horses and in GeoGreymon's digivolution sequence.