In Case of Hooks, Part 11: "Crisis on Infinite Hooks"
If waffles are eaten, spend yet another night following a trail of ashes.
If ashes lead to another burned out building, this might be the work of Fire-For-Hands Man again.
If all the glass windows of the building are shattered, he's not taking any chances this time.
In case of no chances being taken, let Hooks-For-Hands Boy go in first.
If crying is heard softly in the distance, maybe things aren't what they seem.
If sound of crying leads to Fire-For-Hands Man sobbing in the corner of the building, ask him what's wrong.
If he answers that he's afraid of being replaced by a new actor in the reboot, tell him you know how he feels.
If he destroyed Hooks-For-Hands Boy's house in the hopes of stopping the reboot from happening, explain that it's too late.
If Hooks-For-Hands Boy didn't live in the same place that you did, ask Fire-For-Hands Man how he knew where the reboot house was.
If he says that he read about it in The Book, ask him what book he's talking about.
If he answers that he's talking about the novelization of the reboot, wonder how that's possible before the reboot has even happened.
If the novelization has been written already so that its release can coincide with the release of the reboot, it must have leaked early.
If the novelization leaked early, it can probably help you out, so ask Fire-For-Hands Man if you can borrow his copy.
If Fire-For-Hands Man tells you that his copy is all charred and illegible, it's probably because he read it while his hands were on fire.
If his copy is all burned up, maybe the local bookstore has some in stock.
If the local bookstore went out of business because people aren't buying physical books anymore, isn't that pretty sad?
In case of depressing bookstore closing, maybe some of the remaining books are in the dumpster behind the building.
If you dig through the dumpster and accidentally stab something with your hook-hands, apparently someone lives in there.
If the dumpster person stabs you back, it looks like you've met another hook-handed hobo.
If there's yet another hook-handed hobo, let him climb out of the dumpster so you can talk to him.
If he needs help getting out of the dumpster, it's because he's really old.
If this hook-handed hobo looks to be about 80 years old, you may have found the ORIGINAL original Hooks-For-Hands Man.
If you found the ORIGINAL original Hooks-For-Hands Man, ask him what he's doing in a dumpster beyond an abandoned bookstore.
If he says that he's been following along with the continuing adventures of each new Hooks-For-Hands Man, find out how long he's been a fan.
If he reminisces about "Pow!" and "Zing!" balloons appearing whenever he hit someone, he must have been Hooks-For-Hands Man in the late 60s.
If his house burned down in the 90's, his story must have been rebooted after he became too old and uncool.
If that other hook-handed hobo took over as Hooks-For-Hands Man in the 90s, he was probably extreme and radical and used the letter Z a lot.
If "Z" was soon replaced by "i" as the coolest letter, it's surprising that the second Hooks-For-Hands Man wasn't replaced until 2010.
If you became the third Hooks-For-Hands Man in 2010, be ashamed that you barely lasted a year before being rebooted in 2011.
If Hooks-For-Hands Boy's house burned down already, he may be rebooted less than a month after taking on the mantle.
If each Hooks-For-Hands Man has been lasting for shorter and shorter time periods, it seems like the reboots are accelerating.
If the reboots are accelerating, eventually it will reach a point where everyone on the planet becomes a hook-handed person simultaneously.
If there's an eventual reboot singularity, that explains why everyone in the future had hooks for hands when you time-traveled into the future last year.
In case of plot hole being filled, pretend that you planned this all along instead of just coming up with it now.
In case of eventual reboot singularity, you need to figure out how to stop the reboots from occurring.