"The Heist" is the second segment of the eighth episode and the sixth episode overall.
Leprechauns are playing around, one of Pandarus's troll henchmen steals their pot of gold. One of the Leprechauns goes to Jake and Grandpa and tells them about the stolen pot of gold. They find out that the Leprechauns' pot of gold doesn't bring them luck but it is almost their life. Trixie and Spud join in to help them take back the pot of gold. They make a strategic plan to take back the gold, they sneak into Pandarus's hotel inside a guitar case, and Trixie and Spud disguise themselves as singers. When Jake and Fu Dog try to open the safe they can not because they need a finger print, so Jake uses Fu Dog's magic fur that has Pandarus's hand print. When they go in Jake just goes in freely without touching the security lights, Grandpa gets worried because he is keeping a look at them, Jake does find but forgets one thing: his tail. It touches the security lights which sets off the alarm. Jake finds himself fighting a giant spider, the Kumo. Meanwhile, Trixie and Spud have to cook to wait for Jake and Fu Dog. Jake traps the Kumo and they go up, they hide in a cartridge but forget that Pandarus is outside. Pandarus takes the gold. Before his henchman can do anything to them, Grandpa comes to the rescue in his dragon form, driving up to them in his van. He opens the door, wraps Jake and the gang in his tail, pulls them inside (ironically telling them to wear their seat belts), and drives away with them. In the park, they are thinking of a new strategy, but Jake makes Spud open the case and the gold is there. In the hotel Pandarus opens the pot and sees stew in there. The episode ends on that.
Trixie and Spud help Jake with his dragon duties for the first time.
The entire heist is an "Ocean-11" style heist.
Eli Pandarus was created after businessman Donald Trump.
Both are rich men living in New York City.
Both have red hair dues.
Pandarus Tower resembles the famous Trump Tower in New York.
Pandarus's alias as "Wizard of Wall Street" is a reference to the 40 Wall Street building that Donald Trump bought in 2003.
The quick still in the slide show that shows Leprechaun legs and feet stick out from under a rock is a reference to The Wicked Witch Of The East from The Land of Oz.
The glow that the leprechaun's pot of gold gives off is like the briefcase from Pulp Fiction.
Spud is wearing a 1950-style tuxedo.
Trixie and Spud walking in slow motion is alike to the Reservoir Dogs intro.