|Cops and Robert|
|Season 12, Episode 20|
|Air date||May 4, 2008|
|Written by||Dave Schiff|
|Directed by||Ken Wong|
Strangeness on a Train
It Came From the Garage
Hank accidentally steals another man's wallet. Hank attempts to call the man, Barry Rollins to return the wallet and explain what happened but Barry misinterprets the phone call as being threatening and harassing. A previously milquetoast Barry then snaps and vows to get revenge on Hank, declaring that he's tired of being a victim. Meanwhile, Bobby is falsely accused of throwing a can at Officer Brown at school, and as a punishment, he is assigned to follow him around town and assist with his duties. Bobby gets revenge on Dooley and Clark Peters for throwing the can by having Officer Brown catch them cutting class at Whataburger.
Hank, Bill and Boomhauer try to return the wallet to Barry's home but after they knock on his door he comes out and chases them with a baseball bat and the guys flee in Hank's truck. Barry gets in his car and pursues them. Officer Brown and Bobby see Hank run a red light and Barry chasing them. Officer Brown activates his lights and siren and follows the two vehicles to Bazooms!, the new Hooter's-esque sports bar where Dale is working in hopes of suing for gender discrimination. The man is apprehended by Officer Brown at the restaurant and everybody is safe. After the arrest, Hank returns Barry's wallet and decides to press charges on Barry for attempted murder. As for Dale, he demands that the manager give him and the waitresses money for his being assaulted. The manager agrees to do so, but only for the women as Dale had been giving away free food which is employee theft. Dale tries to get the women to back him up by claiming the manager looked down Dale's shirt, but they refuse and Dale is fired.
- This is the second time Hank has received the Blue Flame of Valor award. His first was in the Season 4 episode Hanky Panky.
- Bobby Hill: Ok! Let's do this!
- Officer Brown: Uh... well no Bobby. I'm going to go in by myself.
- Bobby Hill: What? Why?
- Officer Brown: You're only 13. If something were to happen to you I'd never forgive myself for the damage to my reputation.
- "Maybe we could reopen the fanny pack discussion?" - Peggy
"No." - Hank