Hank finds out that he is executor of Cotton's will, which includes flushing his ashes down general Patton's toilet. Meanwhile, Dale and Bill go through a nasty "dudevorce"
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General Patton's toilet tank serves as a gravestone for Cotton Hill's war buddies: Stinky - July 20, 1965; Fatty - November 23, 1975; Brooklyn - February 13, 1979; Fatty - May 17, 1986; Irwin Linker - October 7, 1991; and Topsy - June 5, 2002. Boomhauer carves Cotton Hill's name at the bottom. See more
In "Shins of the Father", Cotton says that back in World War Two he had to give his friend Fatty to the sharks in order to spare his life and his two friends' lives. However, in this episode Cotton's dying wish was for Hank to give a gift to Fatty, as if Fatty was still alive. Hank also should have known that Fatty was dead, as Hank listened to Cotton's story. See more
You are going to pick up the can, aren't you, Dale?
Maybe I will, and maybe I won't. We call that suspense.
References The Flintstones