In Case of Hooks, Part 14: "The Hook Ultimatum"
If The Perfectionist gave you the chance to move on to a new story, tell him that he has the same opportunity.
If you tell him that the Hooks-For-Hands stories will never be perfect and he should start something new (like a romcom!), he may be inspired.
If he is inspired to wipe out the entire city, ending the Hooks-For-Hands saga once and for all, tell him that's not exactly what you meant.
In case of misunderstanding (and Butler Squadron being summoned to kill you), it's time to leave.
If that top hat riot is still going on, use it as a diversion to escape from the Butler Squadron.
If you need someone who can navigate through the mobs, police, and butlers, you should go free that driver.
If the driver had been arrested for not wearing a top hat, he may be locked up in the local combination police station/hat shop.
If the combination police station/hat shop also serves delicious crumpets, the driver may not want to leave.
If bailing out the driver is expensive, I hope you grabbed some golden goblets or silver socks or something while escaping from the mansion.
If the cops will take expensive socks as a bribe, put some crumpets in a take-out bag and leave with the driver.
If driver is free, have him drive you back (assuming the bumper-sticker-covered, neon green [non-clown] convertible is where you left it).
If Books-For-Hands and Fire-For-Hands Man probably went home, call them on the hook-hand-operable phone and say to meet back at the mailbox.
If you arrive at the mailbox to find the Butler Squad attacking Books-For-Hands and Fire-For-Hands Man, yell at the driver for driving slow.
If Fire-For-Hands Man is killed in the fight, be happy that there's one less character for us to keep track of.
If you're sad about Fire-For-Hands Man being killed off, don't worry, he'll probably come back as a bad guy some day.
If you manage to scare off the Butler Squad (the town needs to be vacuumed after that riot mess), wonder how they knew to go to the mailbox.
If they only could have known about the mailbox by listening to your phonecall, consider who built the hook-hand-operable phone.
If you've forgotten, scroll back and remember that your hook-hand-operable phone was built by your personal gadget inventor/butler.
If your personal inventor/butler has secretly been part of the Butler Squadron, then he's been spying on you this entire time.
If your butler has been watching over your elderly aunt at the nursing home, rush over there to make sure she's okay.
If Books-For-Hands Man's elderly aunt and Hooks-For-Hands Boy's elderly aunt live there too, I guess you can check on them also.