Rock Quote #8
Al: Well, tell me this, since St. Patty's falls on a Tuesday, how do you find time to celebrate?
Dwayne: It is a challenging dilemma. But being skilled craftspersons, we've designed our own accouterments for just such a situation.
Tim: Well, your accouterments look suspiciously like just a green tool box.
Pete: Well, to the untrained eye, Tim. Open her up.
Pete: Voila. A traditional Irish feast.
Tim: Look at that. Corned beef and cabbage.
Rock: Yeah, you betcha. And look down in this compartment. Instead of your nails and screws, you got your spuds and stews.
Al: Ah, it's a little oily there. [eats]
Rock: Yeah, well, that's where we typically keep the WD-40.
Quote from Tim
Heidi: Welcome back to our St. Patrick's Day Tool Time.
Al: And our salute to everything Irish.
Tim: [with Irish accent] There once was a lad from Nantucket...
Tim: First off, thanks to Seamus O'Connor for showing his antique Waterford crystal collection. It's priceless.
Al: Yeah. [glass shattering]
Tim: And somewhat fragile. Sorry, Seamus.
Al: Thank you, Seamus. You knew this was a possibility when you came on the show.
Quote from Flying Sauces
Tim: Rock, what have you got for us today?
Rock: Well, Tim, I'm a riveter. I work up on the high steel. And I'll tell you, it makes it darn hard to get a hot lunch up there. But I've come up with an easy way to make a delicious grilled-cheese sandwich.
Tim: You hear my stomach growling?
Rock: Oh, you're gonna love this one, Tim. The fellas call it "cheddar ȧ la Rock".
Tim: All right.
Rock: I use only sharp Wisconsin cheese. Because, after all, in Wisconsin, cheese is cheese.
Tim: American cheese from American cows. [moos] Look out!
Rock: I spread on a generous dollop of oleo with my trowel. Then I take the cheese and I stick it between the bread.
Tim: Good place for it.
Quote from Flying Sauces
Rock: And then I... Tim, I kind of hate to give this little secret away.
Tim: Come on, Rock, let it go. It's a Tool Time crowd. [grunts] [audience grunt]
Rock: All right, all right. Pete. I sprinkle on a little oregano for flavoring. And then I fire it up.
Tim: What do you use to heat that with?
Rock: Well, that's one of the secrets of cooking on the job site. I go straight for my blowtorch.
Tim: And that's no ordinary blowtorch. That's a Binford 3000 Turbo Ignition Switch torch.
Rock: Yeah, you betcha, Tim. See, the trick... you got to toast it nice and evenly on both sides so that you seal in that delicious Wisconsin flavor. Try that, Timmy.
Tim: [takes a bite] It's hot. [groans]
Rock: Might want to let that cheese cool down a little bit there.