History DethroningMoment / KingOfTheHill

25th Nov '17 9:08:46 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** @/{{Ecclytennysmithylove}}: I originally was about to come here and make an entry for this episode, but I see you already did. And I agree: Peggy condemning Hank and then suddenly supporting Hank was completely strange. But my DMOS will have to go to the dog specialist and the rest of the townspeople (including Reverend Stroup), [[WhatTheHellTownspeople who immediately jumped to conclusion by accusing Hank of being a racist, despite that Hank didn't show any racist behavior before.]] Seriously, the dog specialist and the townspeople should be ashamed of themselves!

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** @/{{Ecclytennysmithylove}}: I originally was about to come here and make an entry for this episode, but I see you already did. And I agree: Peggy condemning Hank and then suddenly supporting Hank was completely strange. But my DMOS will have to go to the dog specialist and the rest of the townspeople (including Reverend Stroup), [[WhatTheHellTownspeople who immediately jumped to conclusion by accusing Hank of being a racist, despite that Hank didn't show any racist behavior before.]] before. Seriously, the dog specialist and the townspeople should be ashamed of themselves!
21st Oct '17 5:36:05 PM vexer
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*** Troper/Vexer: I'd go so far as to say it's actually WORSE then "Boys of Bummer", as bad as that episode was at least we were meant to root for Bart and Marge did call the townsfolk out on being assholes and Bart did get to hit a home-run at the end. Whereas in "What Makes Bobby Run", everyone who bullied and harassed Bobby over not wanting to get beat up [[KarmaHoudini never gets any comeuppance]] and Bobby ends up agreeing to do the tradition of getting beat up(likely more out of fear of getting bullied more then genuinely believing in the tradition) at the end, which caused the episode to really leave a bad taste in my mouth.
8th Jan '17 9:57:45 AM nombretomado
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** Tropers/anoni: Also, another example of Hanks sexism. He initially doesn't like Bobby having Home Ec. Why? Because if Bobby knows how to do housework he won't want to get married. It may sound weird, but come on! Hank just said a guy's motivation to get married was so they'd have a wife who cleans and cooks all day so they don't have to! Uh... Hank? Protip: there are married couples where the guy does all the housework and the woman makes the money (a fictional example is in JohnnyTest) Sometimes they do both. It just sounds like another example of Hank's sexism and old-fashioned stupidity.

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** Tropers/anoni: Also, another example of Hanks sexism. He initially doesn't like Bobby having Home Ec. Why? Because if Bobby knows how to do housework he won't want to get married. It may sound weird, but come on! Hank just said a guy's motivation to get married was so they'd have a wife who cleans and cooks all day so they don't have to! Uh... Hank? Protip: there are married couples where the guy does all the housework and the woman makes the money (a fictional example is in JohnnyTest) WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest) Sometimes they do both. It just sounds like another example of Hank's sexism and old-fashioned stupidity.
24th Nov '16 6:52:27 PM fairygirl567
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** Troper/fairygirl567: What threw me off in this snake episode was the treatment Hank and his family got from a lot of people in town. They were treating them as if they intenially brought a killer giant python into town and it killed someone, but what really disgusted me was when they went to a restaurant and a waitress seemed to be leading them to a table while they were getting dirty looks from everyone and then out of nowhere they find themselves outside in the back of the restaurant and the waitress herself had a big smirk on her face. Yeah, in real life if that happened that bitch would lose her job, along with a couple teeth if she did that to me. I know the two corrupt exterminators meant to have the family look like the bad guys, but I doubt they'd be getting this much hate with it going so far that they are refused service at a resturant.
24th Aug '16 6:56:59 AM TheFarmboy
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* Tropers/TheFarmboy: Now here's a moment that hasn't been said yet, "I'm With Cupid". So it's around Valentines Day and Bobby had broken up with Connie at this point. And Bobby taking the breakup very well, however Bill comes along and mucks it up by saying Bobby had squandered his one chance at love and doomed to live a life of loneliness. So now Bobby is a heartbroken wreck because of what Bill said. Then Bill "helps" Bobby try to woo Connie back, escalating to Bobby wearing nothing but a diaper and pretend to be Cupid and then got his ass kicked. Dammit Bill, could you have just minded your own business?

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* Tropers/TheFarmboy: Now here's a moment that hasn't been said yet, "I'm With Cupid". So it's around Valentines Day and Bobby had broken up with Connie at this point. And Bobby taking the breakup very well, however [[FatIdiot Bill comes along and mucks it up up]] by saying Bobby had squandered his one chance at love and doomed to live a life of loneliness. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero So now Bobby is a heartbroken wreck because of what Bill said.said]]. Then Bill "helps" Bobby try to woo Connie back, escalating to Bobby wearing nothing but a diaper and pretend to be Cupid and then got his ass kicked. [[IdiotPlot Dammit Bill, could you have just minded your own business?business]]?
18th Aug '16 5:53:49 AM MoPete
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** Troper/{{MoPete}}: What makes the episode even worse is how no one on Nebraska's Sideline or on the field questioned why such a boneheaded play was called. (A Quick Kick with seconds left in the game? Really?!) They ran the play despite clearly knowing they were throwing away the game by doing so, and it took an IdiotBall moment on the part of a player from Texas to give Nebraska the win.
16th Aug '16 2:38:00 PM TheFarmboy
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* Tropers/TheFarmboy: Now here's a moment that hasn't been said yet, "I'm With Cupid". So it's around Valentines Day and Bobby had broken up with Connie at this point. And Bobby taking the breakup very well, however Bill comes along and mucks it up by saying Bobby had squandered his one chance at love and doomed to live a life of loneliness. So now Bobby is a heartbroken wreck because of what Bill said. Then Bill "helps" Bobby try to woo Connie back, escalating to Bobby wearing nothing but a diaper and pretend to be Cupid and then got his ass kicked. Dammit Bill, could you have just minded your own business?
15th Jun '16 9:29:16 AM Berrenta
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9th Jun '16 9:35:27 PM Josef5678
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7th Apr '16 2:17:35 PM Ayumu
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** Ayumuj: To be fair, it was mainly Kahn being an unlikable douche canoe in this episode. Although Minh was essentially taking advantage of Dale and his group to help her train for a skeet shooting competition for Nine Rivers she and Kahn would finally be accepted into the club, Minh started a nice bond with Dale and his friends from the gun club and she has to tell them that she's not going to be going to their gun club anymore after being accepted by Nine Rivers, she's shown (especially the next morning) to be genuinely sad and even disgusted at herself for taking advantage of their trust (Although Khan just makes thing worse for Minh in the background, claiming that they'll get over it since they don't have feelings). Thankfully, it all works out at the end with Minh and Dale's gun club buddies.
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