Following the flop of theatre musical Funny Boy (based on 's ) ("Opening Night"), the show's washed-up producer, , hires the neurotic as his accountant. While studying Max's books, Leo notes that as a flop is expected to lose money, the will not investigate the finances of failed productions. Leo jests that by selling an excess of shares and the funds, a flop could generate up to $2 million. Max asks for Leo's help with the scheme, only for the latter to refuse ("We Can Do It").
Returning to his old accounting firm, Leo starts fantasizing about being a Broadway producer ("I Wanna Be a Producer"). Leo quits his job and forms "Bialystock & Bloom" with Max. Searching for the worst play ever written, the duo finds , a musical written by an ex- named . Max and Leo, in order to acquire Franz's rights to the musical, perform Hitler's favorite song and swear the sacred "" to him ("Der Guten Tag Hop-Clop").
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