In an effort to capitalize on Granddad's embarrassing sunglasses, Riley claims that he is blind when he contacts Pimp My Ride to ask that the show's host, Xzibit, do something to improve their family's car, Dorothy. When Xzibit takes the bait and shows up to work on the ailing junker, Riley employs a series of clever diversions to keep Granddad in the dark and prevent the show's host from learning that the old man can really see. However, after Granddad learns the truth, the prospect of getting some much-needed repairs for Dorothy prompts him to play along with Riley's lie. Meanwhile, Huey's disgust with the deception attracts the interest of a phantom who calls himself the White Shadow. Dismissing Huey's claim that he's being followed by a secret government agent, Granddad and Riley anxiously await the delivery of the refurbished Dorothy. Yet, as Riley suggests that he consider adopting a more streetwise name, Granddad discovers that what started out as a little white lie has spun out of control when a crew from Extreme Makeover Home Edition arrives to build a new wing onto the "blind man's" house, one that Riley has claimed is also a homeless shelter. Though Huey strenuously objects to the deception, the prospect of having a sexy bachelor pad is too much for Granddad to resist as both Tom and Jazmine help to perpetuate the ruse in hopes of establishing show business careers. With Huey's insistence on facing facts seemingly at odds with his reports of seeing the elusive White Shadow, the wholesale destruction of his house causes Granddad to demand an end to Riley's ruse, at least until he gets a look at Dorothy. Yet, in all the excitement, it's revealed that Granddad can actually see. And when the truth causes all work on the partially-demolished house to stop, a sympathetic Xzibit offers Granddad the keys to his car, for a price. Finally, as Huey decides that the White Shadow is nothing more than a figment of his overactive imagination, Riley and Granddad abandon their ruined house for the comfort of their new car.