The con-men decide to put on a Shakespeare show for the town, but after it failing, they decide to paint The King and he just does whatever on stage.
A few days later, the con-men impersonate a deceased man's brothers and inherit some of his money, Huck steals it back and tells the family that they were conned.
The con-mens' final scam is to tell a farmer that Jim is a runaway slave and that there is a large bounty on his head. Shortly after this, the con-men try their act again and are tarred and feathered.
Huck then heads to the family that purchased Jim, which turns out to be Tom Sawyer's aunt and uncle. Huck pretends to be Tom and when Tom shows up, he pretends to be Sid, his brother.
Huck wants to free Jim from the shed he's being kept in, and it would be very easy to do so, but Tom wants to make his escape more like in the books he's read and ends up over-complicating things ends up making the escape a bit messy.
OUCH!!! I've been shot!
Huck gets a doctor to help Tom with his leg, and the doctor turns in both Jim and Tom.