History Headscratchers / KingOfTheHill

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.)
5th Aug '16 5:34:58 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.)
18th Jul '16 2:18:33 PM HaggisMcCrablice
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In the episode where Bill gets trainers to help him get in shape for his physical exam, he overdoes it and injures himself on a weight machine. After he gets medical treatment, the doctor says that whatever he did to himself doesn't have a name, but that his internal organs "became external". Except... it does have a name? Rectal prolapse. Why did the doctor claim that Bill's condition didn't have a term?

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In the episode where Bill gets trainers to help him get in shape for his physical exam, he overdoes it and injures himself on a weight machine. After he gets medical treatment, the doctor says that whatever he did to himself doesn't have a name, but that his internal organs "became external". Except... it does have a name? Rectal prolapse. Why did the doctor claim that Bill's condition didn't have a term?term?
* My thought-- either the censors were squeamish about the word "rectal", or Bill's condition was such an advanced case that it defied logic or naming (how severe does such a condition have to be that it becomes fatal? The doctor may have been surprised Bill is still alive!))
27th Jun '16 8:29:15 PM Atha
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**In the episode Hank has the naked grilling dream, Dale tries to throw a toaster into the hot tub Hank and Peggy are in. Over Hank's dream of seeing his wife naked. Its very likely he would get destructively angry if he ever found out the truth.
19th Apr '16 5:22:09 AM Nixterman
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\n* This one's a bit out there, but propane possibly symbolizes what Hank is, or what he wants to be. It is a volatile compound, which is contained under pressure and rendered safe and useful, much like Hank does with his emotions. It's chemically simple, but valuable to humans, much like simple {{GoodOlBoy}} Hank is valuable to his family and neighbors. It's also rather boring (who, except Hank ever gets excited about propane?), but a reliable and efficient source of energy, again, much like Hank. Furthermore, while oil and coal might be the fuels of choice of big industry, propane is the fuel of choice of small business and households, which goes well with the show's habit of mocking [[BlandNameProduct Mega-Lo-Mart]] and other big businesses.

19th Apr '16 1:59:50 AM Nixterman
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[[WMG:Hank and Dale making fun of Bill in uniform]]
* In Texas City Twister, [[TheOneWith the one with]] the twister, when the twister approaches Arlen, Hank and Dale start making fun of Bill when he's in his army uniform. Bill claims he doesn't mind them making fun of him normally, but he doesn't want it done when he's in uniform. In essence, he's asking them to show respect for sergeant Bill Dauterive, or at the very least, the US Army. Dale I can understand disrespecting any institution of the US federal government, but why would patriotic conservative Hank Hill keep making fun of Bill, even when Bill is in uniform? It seems very much out of character.
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