It's another retelling of the classic adventure yarn, "Leiningen Versus the Ants"! Except this would put Richie's father in the role of the plantation owner who struggles against all odds to defeat the mindless army, and that makes no sense; he's a large, soft man whose skill seems to be accumulation and delegation, and Leiningen was a take-charge guy who -

Hold on, why did they build a structure in the jungle that was about five feet tall, and paint it purple? Did they expect Prince was going to show up? If it was for Master Richie so he could feel like a Big Man in the jungle, it's pretty pathetic that they had to put a box full of money in the room, just in case he freaked out from the lack of his money's physical manifestation.