Don't Hurt 'Em
As soon as you get near the Sleazy Back Alley, you're immediately set upon by Harold.
"Did you fix it? Did you fix it?"
"Yep," you reply, "here it is."
"It's hammer time!" he exclaims, excitedly. "Now that I have this, I'll never need to leave the house! I'll just hammer in the morning, and hammer in the evening!
Oh, hey, speaking of which, I guess that means I won't be needing this anymore..."
|You acquire an item: Harold's bell|
- The name of this adventure, as well as the name of the previous adventure (Please, Hammer), is a reference to the 1990 MC Hammer album, "Please Hammer, Don't Hurt 'Em".
- The line "I'll just hammer in the morning, and hammer in the evening!", as well as Harold's hammer and bell, is a reference to the song "If I Had a Hammer", written by Pete Seeger and Lee Hays.