In Case of Hooks, Part 3: "Hook Harder"
In case of hunger and inability to manipulate microwave due to rocket-hook-hands, ask elderly aunt to cook food
If convenience would be nice, hire an inventor to produce gadgets, starting with a phone that can be operated with hook-hands.
If inventor is okay with it, pay him to work as a butler too.
In case of call from mayor on newly-installed emergency hotline, put on t-shirt costume and prepare for heroics.
If no time to eat, ask aunt to place food in lunchbox so that it may be eaten later.
If crisis involves the return of that mad scientist who you met that one time a while ago, ominously refer to him as your arch-nemesis.
In case of plot by mad scientist to rob bank, go to bank and use hooks to hang from ceiling.
In case of mad scientist's arrival, drop from above and save day (use rocket-hooks if necessary).
If day is saved, offer pithy one liner such as variation on "I guess I got the drop on him," and attempt to work in a hook-related pun.
If things seem to go too easily, something must be wrong.
In case of something probably wrong, demand that mad scientist reveal what his real scheme is.
In case of mad scientist laughing maniacally, threaten a rocket-hooking unless he shuts up.
In case of big reveal that this bank job was a diversion and the real action is at City Hall, get to City Hall.
If there is time, stop to eat lunch along the way.
In case of City Hall being slowly frozen by a giant version of mad scientist's freeze ray, evacuate building and start giant fire to melt ice.
In case of giant fire getting out of control, use hook-hand-operable phone to call fire department.
In case of success, personally escort mad scientist to prison and offer another pithy one liner.
If everything seems okay, take another well-deserved nap.