History Headscratchers / KingOfTheHill

7th Nov '16 9:31:13 AM dlchen145
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* They all have their redeeming qualities, mind you. Hank might be a stick in the mud, but he's a devoted husband and father, a pillar of the community and he sells a clean-burning, natural fuel. Dale's a doting father himself, and his antics are close to 50% of the show's humor (for this troper, at least). Peggy was a good example of a modern, independent woman who didn't let feminism get to her head pre-flanderization. Even Cotton has his moments with Bobby, and let's face it, [[BadAss he killed fitty men with his fat friend's dismembered leg]]. How awesome is that? Sure they're flawed, but then again, so are we all.

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* They all have their redeeming qualities, mind you. Hank might be a stick in the mud, but he's a devoted husband and father, a pillar of the community and he sells a clean-burning, natural fuel. Dale's a doting father himself, and his antics are close to 50% of the show's humor (for this troper, at least). Peggy was a good example of a modern, independent woman who didn't let feminism get to her head pre-flanderization. Even Cotton has his moments with Bobby, and let's face it, [[BadAss he killed fitty men with his fat friend's dismembered leg]].leg. How awesome is that? Sure they're flawed, but then again, so are we all.
26th Sep '16 6:27:00 PM CastingCrowns
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* Well, it's suggested she and Bill are sleeping together, and they consider living together. That's not acceptable behavior for a Christian minister. She's also distracted from her ministerial duties. On top of that, everybody is disgusted with the idea of Bill having sex with anyone.
26th Sep '16 5:43:33 PM CastingCrowns
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** This is sometimes TruthInTelevision. A mechanic told my dad that his 21 year old hard driven farm truck was not worth the expense of repairing anymore. It was having to be brought in every couple of weeks for something big, and he was tired of having to fix it so often. He liked my dad and didn't like having to charge him so much money so often to maintain a vehicle that wasn't going to ever run right again. So he told my dad that it was time to get another truck. It would save him a lot of money in the long run. That's what the mechanic was doing with Hank.
26th Sep '16 3:40:27 PM CastingCrowns
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** Buck *was* a businessman worth looking up to when Hank first went to work for him. He taught Hank everything he knows about the propane business. Then over the years Hank became such a good employee and eventually assistant manager that Buck hardly had to do anything anymore. Since Buck was more than comfortable with this arrangement, he is free to rake in all the money from the business and indulge in his vices. Gradually he became the sleazy dirtbag he was in present day. Hank never forgot what Buck used to be, and out of gratefulness for leading him to his calling in life feels like he owes Buck a debt of gratitude.
26th Sep '16 3:17:38 PM CastingCrowns
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** Peggy, at least, backed away from nearly telling Dale about Joseph and the affair because she realized that Dale, despite being a lunatic, is a very loving father to Joseph. And that Joseph, despite looking just like John Redcorn, takes after Dale in personality. Most of the characters, despite thinking Dale is incredibly naive (bordering on stupid, even) for not knowing he's not Joseph's biological father, don't want to destroy their perfectly wonderful father-son relationship. My guess is that someone will accidentally let it slip at some point, and Dale will be devastated for a while, but will ultimately be surprisingly rational and accepting of it. He will probably have a harder time with Nancy. But I think he will eventually forgive her because he honestly loves her so dearly. Heck, she went back to Dale and broke things off with John Redcorn because she let herself see how sweet and loving Dale was to her.
5th Aug '16 5:49:33 PM FridgeGuy2016
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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with. WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)

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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with. WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)
5th Aug '16 5:48:03 PM FridgeGuy2016
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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with. WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and WesternAnimation/Futurama , all of which have Radar pages.)

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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with. WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and WesternAnimation/Futurama , and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)
5th Aug '16 5:38:09 PM FridgeGuy2016
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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)

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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, with. WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and WesternAnimation/Futurama, and WesternAnimation/Futurama , all of which have Radar pages.)
5th Aug '16 5:37:00 PM FridgeGuy2016
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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)

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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)
5th Aug '16 5:35:37 PM FridgeGuy2016
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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)

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Why does this show not have that kind of page, especially since it premiered during the late 20th century (along with WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons, WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy and and WesternAnimation/Futurama, all of which have Radar pages.)
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