Dirty Fello Town is a fictional Western city depicted in a novel. The cast of the show is input into the story, with Stitch as the brave sheriff, Angel as the beautiful and sexy cowgirl Rosie Lou (her dress is reminiscent of Lou in 1945's Wild and Woolfy), and Stimar as the vicious and reptilian "The Deadlylizard".
The Tale of Dirty Fello Town
"The fate of Dirty Fello Town rested on the shoulders of its new sheriff. The new lawman had no idea how much trouble came with his shiny new badge, for an ill wind was blowing in from the west that day, and Dirty Fello Town was about to learn all about fear and courage."
One year before the events of the book, the Deadlylizard and his partners the barber, the butcher, and the mayor (originally from Courage the Cowardly Dog episode Cowboy Courage) held over a bank. During the robbery, the crooks double-crossed him and left him for dead. Before his death, he swore revenge against those who betrayed him, and vowed to return in a year to exact that vengeance. Since that day, Dirty Fello Town went through numerous sheriffs, all of which ran away out of fear of the Deadlylizard's return from the volcano. A year later, a naive cowboy rolled into town, and was instantly made sheriff for his bravery in doing so. He is falling in love with the singer of saloon lounge, Rosie, who advised him not to worry about the rumors.
Later that night, the Deadlylizard rose from the molten lava and began slashing his mark into his old accomplices. The hardworking sheriff caught up with the demon thief at the Mayor's Office, demanding to know the location of the stolen loot. He was infuriated to find that it was behind a portrait of his girlfriend, Rosie Lou who his former partner had taken from him. He reclaimed the money, but targeted the new lawman once he believed he was also stealing his girl. The Deadlylizard kidnapped Rosie, and was ready to leave town. But then the brave sheriff defeats him with the cold water. The brave sheriff and Rosie are kissing.
"...and the sheriff and Rosie were married and rode off into the sunset, happily ever after."