Exposition- The setting of Harrison B was where a man and women named George and Hazel B. are watching TV, while their son has been taken by the government.
Rising Action- Hazel starts thinking rule changes she would make if she was a general, but forgets the thought before it comes to her.
Climax- Harrison escapes and goes to the ballet his parents were watching. He "frees a ballerina from her mask" and flies up to kiss the ceiling. Then he is shot.
Falling Action- George seems like he wasn't even watching the TV because he gets up like nothings happens and gets a beer. Hazel however did see what happened, but she soon forgets that too.
Resolution- There isn't really a problem to solve here because Hazel and George don't seem fazed by the scene that had happened. The story ends with Hazel repeating to herself over after George says "you could say that again."