Wherein Steven demonstrates that he’s willing and able to manipulate people for their own good. Also wherein we shake our legs for Mr. Greg!
Not that it’s bad that Steven finally helped Pearl and Greg get over their historical animosity (even if it was, admittedly, a speedy transition), but Steven is very much his mother’s son. He doesn’t look as good in a tux as Pearl does, but I suppose nobody does.
It’s a musical episode in a very musical series, so it’s no wonder that so many people love Mr. Greg! Even the Pepe’s Burgers jingle that Like A Comet was turned into is great, with Marty being as glorious as he knows how to be (not that Marty could possibly top the Stray Pearl Strut from It’s Over, Isn’t It, but he gets points for thinking he could).
Thankfully, no matter how big Le Bill was (and there have been various calculations made by many people), we know that Greg ends the episode with a very large percentage of his newfound fortune intact. Far too often cartoons will give a character a lot of money only to rip it right out of their hands, and while Steven Universe breaks a lot of tropes this kind of devotion to status quo is so strong it still feels refreshing to see it averted.
Knowing that Greg somehow managed to make it through the whole Steven Nuke a rich man (though not as rich as he started) makes this small victory all the sweeter, but It’s Over, Isn’t It was probably enough to put Mr. Greg over the top no matter what.