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Hank Hill calls Home Depot in hopes of buying a hammer, some tap n'dye and some WD40, but things get tricky when he refuses to give the employee a few small details.

Home Depot Employee (who has a mild southern accent): Good afternoon, you've reached Amanda with Home Depot direct, how do you need service?

Hank Hill: Hi there!

Home Depot Employee: How are you sir?

Hank Hill: Yes! Let's say I want a hammer! Do you know what a hammer is? (HD Employee: A hammer?) That's what I want, a damn hammer!

Home Depot Employee: (somewhat annoyed) Yes, I know what a hammer is.

Hank Hill: Yes! That's what I want, a damn hammer!

Home Depot Employee: Ok, is there a particular type of hammer?

Hank Hill: No!

Home Depot Employee: Give me one moment sir, I'll bring those up for you.

Hank Hill: Yes, yes, alright.

Home Depot Employee: Are you hearing an echo like I am?

Hank Hill: Say what?

Home Depot Employee: Are you hearing an ECHO?

Hank Hill: No!

Home Depot Employee: Now sir, I have a WorkForce 16 oz claw hammer.

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: It's 5 dollars n' 98 cents.

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: Ok, and what's your first name sir?

Hank Hill: Bobby!

Home Depot Employee: And your last name?

Hank Hill: Carlos?

Home Depot Employee: And do you have an email address?

Hank Hill: Nawh!

Home Depot Employee: And what is your-your shipping address?

Hank Hill: Say what?

Home Depot Employee: Your SHIPPING ADDRESS.

Hank Hill: Hill Residence.

Home Depot Employee: And what state do you live in?

Hank Hill: Well, whatdoyou think?

Home Depot Employee: I don't know.

Hank Hill: Say what?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I don't know where you live.

Hank Hill: Well, whatdoyou think?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I honestly don't know.

Hank Hill: Yes, yes, alright.

Home Depot Employee: So what state do you live in?

Hank Hill: Strickland propane.

Home Depot Employee: And what's your zip code?

Hank Hill: Wait a minute!

Home Depot Employee: Sir, do you know who you've contacted?

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: (somewhat annoyed) Who have you contacted?

Hank Hill: What?

Home Depot Employee: Do you know who you've contacted?

Hank Hill: Mister, I have not begun to project my anger onto you! Yes!

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I'm not being angry with you, I just don't know-I don't know how to assist you..

Hank Hill: Yes! Son, your teasing the gorilla in the monkey house. Stop making such a big deal out of it!

Home Depot Employee: Sir. On my end, I can hardly hear you.

Hank Hill: I apologize for yelling at you, but you just don't listen!

Home Depot Employee: Sir, on my end, I'm hearing an echo. And your-your cutting out a little bit.

Hank Hill: Uh, well I guess. Excuse me!?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I haven't said anything else.

Hank Hill: Yes! Is that you?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I don't know what your talking about...

Hank Hill: What's the point in arguing?

Home Depot Employee: I'm not arguing with you, sir...

Hank Hill: Yes! It's like you got a problem with concentration.

Home Depot Employee: Ok sir, now….to be able..to process this order..I need, your shipping address.

Hank Hill: Hill residence. Yes! Hill residence.

Home Depot Employee: And what's the remaining?

Hank Hill: What?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, your address-there's got to be more to it.

Hank Hill: Strickland-

Home Depot Employee: Ok-you cut out again.

Hank Hill: What?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, is there a number where I can call you back?

Hank Hill: No!

Home Depot Employee: You're cutting out.

Hank Hill: No! But you just don't listen!

Home Depot Employee: (firmly) Sir, I'm trying my best to listen.

Hank Hill: No! You understand what I'm sayin'?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I'm getting every other word.

Hank Hill: Wait a minute! (pause) Maybe I'm not getting through to you (pause). My god, are you still talking?

Home Depot Employee: Sir?

Hank Hill: Yes! Yes!

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I'm willing to help you, I just need a little cooperation.

Hank Hill: Yes! What's the point in arguing?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I'm not argue….

Hank Hill: Now you listen to me, mister. What's wrong with you, how does that sound for a change??

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I'm not arguin' with you...

Hank Hill: But you just don't listen. It's like you got a problem with concentration (pause). What is that chinging noise?

Home Depot Employee: I don't hear no chinging noise.

Hank Hill: Who the hell is that?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, there's nobody here but me.

Hank Hill: Yes, yes, alright.

Home Depot Employee: Do you have a telephone number with an area code?

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: May I have it please?

Hank Hill: No! (pause) What, are you turning into some kind of feminist?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, that has nothing to do with your order.

Hank Hill: Excuse me?

Home Depot Employee: That has nothing to do with your order.

Hank Hill: What are you implying?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I would love to help you with your order. I just need your information.

Hank Hill: Maybe I'm not getting through to you. You understand what I'm saying?

Home Depot Employee: I think so.

Hank Hill: I'm looking for a tap n' dye, and some WD40.

Home Depot Employee: Sir, have you tried checking your local Home Depot?

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: Did you find it?

Hank Hill: No!

Home Depot Employee: Are you wanting me to place an order for you?

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: Ok. To do that, I'm putting a hammer (Hank Hill: Yes!) I've got that.

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: What's your next item?

Hank Hill: I'm looking for a tap n' dye, and some WD40.

Home Depot Employee-Now sir, WD40-that's something you'd find in your local store.

Hank Hill: What?

Home Depot Employee: You would find, WD40, in your local Home Depot.

Hank Hill: No!

Home Depot Employee: Yes.

Hank Hill: No! What's the point in arguin'?

Home Depot Employee: Sir, I'm not arguing with you..

Hank Hill: Yes!

Home Depot Employee: No I'm not...

Hank Hill: Yes! Stop making such a big deal outta it-what are you talking about? (pause) What? Maybe I'm not getting through to you (pause). Is that you?

Home Depot Employee: If you're ready to place your order (Hank Hill: Yes!), please call us back (Hank Hill: Yes!). 1-800 (Yes!) 436 (Yes!) 33 (Yes!)

Hank Hill: Shut the hell up.

Home Depot Employee: And you can call us back, ok?

Hank Hill: No!

Home Depot Employee: And I'm gonna release the call now.

Hank Hill: I'm gonna kick your ass!

Home Depot Employee: You-you have a great day sir. Thanks for calling home depot

Hank Hill: No! LOSER!

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