Hank, Dale, Boomhauer, and Bill become volunteer firefighters. After one of them accidentally burns down the firehouse the each have different interpretations of how it happened.
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Everyone's story of what happened in the firehouse is similar, but they each have something unique. Bill's story depicts him as fat (and apparently proud of his weakness to various kinds of food items), Dale's depicts him as a muscular, long-haired type, Boomhauer's depicts him as talking normally (whereas everyone else talks like he normally does), and Hank's features them as children who "grow up" into their normal selves when called into action. See more
At one point Hank Hill offers to sharpen the fire axes, however, sharpening fire axes is contrary to accepted firefighting practices. A sharp edge presents an additional safety risk on the fire scene. Additionally, a blunter edge makes performing some firefighting tasks much easier. See more
My name is Shackelford, Rusty Shackelford, I refuse to speak without my attorney present,
[stands, takes off his hat
I am Mr. Shackelford's attorney, Rusty Shackelford, My client pleads insanity.
My name is Dauterive comma Bill, I am also insane.