One walking stick
Get two volunteers from the audiance to hold the ends of the walking stick. This becomes the sales table at the candy store. Make a big deal about how much these two volunteers are helping. One of the Scouts helping with the skit stands behind the table (the walking stick) as the shop keeper and pretends to be cleaning the the table and arranging items.
Each scout helping with the skit files in one at a time and asks for a famous brand of candy.
Scout1 – walks up to table: “Do you have any Clark Bars?”
Shop keeper: (looking under the table) “Nope, sorry, don’t have any today.”
Scout 2: – walks up to table: “Do you have any Butterfingers?”
Shop keeper: (looks under table again) “Nope, sorry, I expect a shipment any time”
(The above process is repeated several times, each time the shopkeeper apologizes for not having the candy. Finally, the last Scout comes in.)
Last Scout: – walks up to table: “I really need a Hershey bar”.
Shop keeper: “Sorry, I just don’t have any today”
Last Scout – very flustered: “I have seen all kinds of people come in here. They ask for candy, and you don’t have it! What kind of a candy shop is this anyway? Do you have ANY candy?”
Shopkeeper – Looks around, then points to the volunteers holding the ends of the walking stick: “Well, I do have TWO SUCKERS ON A STICK”