When the five single women at Thortin Bank in Westwood, Texas are faced with the loss of their jobs after the owner's death, they decide to do anything they can to save the bank. But in a poor economy, traditional measures just aren't enough. The solution head teller Rosita Valdez comes up with could save the bank, but it could also destroy her and the tellers' reputations and Rosita's own burgeoning relationship with the town doctor. With the other bank employees on board, the Bare Your Assets bank promotion soon has money rolling through the doors of the bank and satisfied male customers rolling out. Along the way, the girls must juggle their own love lives while dealing with the ever fragile male ego, an obnoxious parrot with a penchant for crime dramas, a trip to an airplane bathroom that goes hilariously wrong, and Rosita's mother, newly diagnosed with dementia, who gets in one laugh-out-loud situation after another. Add in the local sheriff, state auditors, and Texas Rangers and at the end, only one thing's for sure: they'll save the bank or they'll be in prison.