In today's episode of Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, Jethalal's ordeal continues as the roof leaks and starts destroying his showroom. He has already missed out on a few customers who refused to buy from a shop that has leakage issues. Poor Jethalal wonders how he can get out of the mess, and he calls the plumber referred by Abdul.
Meanwhile, Nattu Kaka hires a few labourers to help them transfer all the goods to the godown. And for a change, Jethalal voluntarily asks Bawri to stay back, and his request leaves her super excited. She thanks him for letting her spend some more time with "her" Bageshwar Ji.
But trouble mounts for Jethalal after the bank manager calls him stating that he doesn't have sufficient cash in his account to pass a check of Rs 15 lakh. Jethalal requests the manager to give him some time and allow him an overdraft. And to deposit some money in the bank, Jethalal asks Nattu Kaka to leave at the earliest.
But the trouble doesn't end there. The cash box gets filled with water, and all the currency notes get soggy. Poor Jethalal thinks whether or not there will be an end to the troubles. Eventually, to dry all the currency notes, Jethalal, Nattu Kaka and Bagha iron them after spreading them on the table and the floor. After minutes of struggle, the trio manages to dry all the notes. And Nattu Kaka leaves for the bank to deposit cash.
Later in the day, Ghansu Ghayal, the plumber recommended by Abdul reaches Gada Electronics. And he starts killing people with his shayaris. Jethalal, who is already worried gets annoyed with Ghansu, who believes that he is a Shayar first and a plumber later. Poor Madan gets scared of Ghansu Ghayal and avoids meeting him. Such is Ghansu's killer shayari. Finally, after checking the leaking roof, Ghansu Ghayal says that they must inspect the source of the leakage. Hence he asks Jethalal to take him to the first floor.
But the attempt to get the keys to the apartment on the first floor turns out to be a complete menace. Trouble keeps multiplying for Jethalal, the helpless owner of Gada Electronics.