Bushwhacker Bob has Taz scrubbing the floor at the hotel. A senator on vacation asks Bob for cruise advice and hears Taz grumbling "Taz hate water." Just then, the television reports that the cruise ship has sunk. Feeling lucky, the senator then asks Taz's advice on a flood bill. The senator takes "Taz hate water" to mean Taz approves of the bill and compliments him on his genius. Bob stirkes at this business opportunity and quickly sets up an "Ask Taz" booth. The phones ring off the hook and Taz diligently answers them "Taz hate water" while still trying to perform his regular job as bellhop. When Taz is offered a television show, Bob craves the proceeds. Taz uses this as leverage to make Bob do some work. The show is a hit, with Taz answering "Taz hate water" to every question. But when Emu Child asks "How do you feel about water?" instead of the expected answer, Taz launches into a verbose and erudite exposition about the fluid, and the audience can't leave fast enough.