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19th May '16 4:29:31 PM TinMan
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** In that same episode, Cotton gives Bobby a letter of recommendation to West Point. For reference, a recommendation letter from a Medal of Honor recipient is considered ''very'' SeriousBusiness by the U.S. Armed Forces and he gave it to ''Bobby''. That's how much Cotton respects his grandson.
10th May '16 1:41:35 PM TheCuza
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-->'''Dale:''' Why would I have a problem with it? [[EntertaininglyWrong John Redcorn's gay, and I've been friends with him for years!]]
22nd Feb '16 4:18:08 PM TheCuza
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'''Younger Monk''': But he used it!\\

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'''Younger Monk''': But he used ''used'' it!\\



* Cotton, after having escaped to Las Vegas after finding out that Didi was pregnant, is chased down by Hank and crew. When Hank, who had spent most of the episode trying to be able to have another kid, finally catches up and says that Cotton wins as a father, Cotton says this:
-->'''Cotton:''' You ain't in competition with me! Hell, if it's a contest on who's the better daddy, you win! I mean, you made Bobby! All I made was you!

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* Cotton, after having escaped to Las Vegas after finding out that Didi was pregnant, is chased down by Hank and crew. When Hank, who had spent most of the episode trying to be able to have another kid, finally catches up and says that Cotton wins as admits that Hank is a father, better father than he is... [[StealthInsult in the most Cotton says this:
way possible]].
-->'''Cotton:''' You ain't in competition with me! me. Hell, if it's a contest on who's the better daddy, you win! I mean, you made Bobby! All I made was you!''you''.
26th Oct '15 6:38:14 AM Austin
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* "Megalo Dale" has Dale getting an extermination job because of Hank's recommendation but he soon turns it into one of his conspiracy theories involving Chuck Mangione. It turns out that for once he was right but after saving his friends from pranking teenage workers with Chucks help he pretends he was wrong. Bill and Boomhauer mock Dale but Hank comes to his defense by pointing out regardless of how Dale did solve the problem and would recommend him again. One of those moments where you see why Hank and Dale are friends.

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* "Megalo Dale" has Dale getting an extermination job because of Hank's recommendation but he soon turns it into one of his conspiracy theories involving Chuck Mangione. It turns out that for once he was right but after saving his friends from pranking teenage workers with Chucks help he pretends he was wrong. Bill and Boomhauer mock Dale but Hank comes to his defense by pointing out regardless of how Dale did solve the problem and would recommend him again. One of those moments where you see why Hank and Dale are friends.friends.
* In "It's Not Easy Being Green", Hank tries to prevent the draining of a local quarry to prevent Boomhauer from finding out that he, Dale and Bill took his car for a ride in high school and accidentally crashed it into the quarry. At the end of the episode, the car is dredged up and Bobby calls Boomhauer to get back at Hank for pretending to be interested in his environmental causes for the sake of keeping the quarry filled. At the end of the episode, Bobby asks Boomhauer how long they should be mad at Hank, and Boomhauer tells Bobby that life is too short to hold grudges, and says maybe two or three weeks. Bobby tells him that he sees why Hank is always quoting him, and Boomhauer, flattered, decides to bump it down to one week.
30th Aug '15 11:51:35 PM DaScarecrow
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* In "My Own Private Rodeo" the guys find out Dale's estranged father, Bug, is gay. When he's reunited with his son he agonizes over telling him but when Dale ''does'' find out he's perfectly accepting and invites both him and his partner to the reconfirmation of his wedding vows.

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* In "My Own Private Rodeo" the guys find out Dale's estranged father, Bug, is gay. When he's reunited with his son he agonizes over telling him but when Dale ''does'' find out he's perfectly accepting and invites both him and his partner to the reconfirmation of his wedding vows.vows.
* "Daletech" has Cotton staying in the house and while he does drive everyone up the wall for once it doesn't come from being a {{Jerkass}} but simply an old man wanting to be useful to his family. He gets a job as a senior citizen police officer but quickly ruins things with his normal behavior before solving a case that had Kahn sneaking into the house to cause minor mischief. Hank is impressed to the point that he salutes his father but Cotton in his own way tells Hank he doesn't need it.
* "Megalo Dale" has Dale getting an extermination job because of Hank's recommendation but he soon turns it into one of his conspiracy theories involving Chuck Mangione. It turns out that for once he was right but after saving his friends from pranking teenage workers with Chucks help he pretends he was wrong. Bill and Boomhauer mock Dale but Hank comes to his defense by pointing out regardless of how Dale did solve the problem and would recommend him again. One of those moments where you see why Hank and Dale are friends.
29th Jun '15 5:10:02 PM herpyderp
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** Junichiro buying Hank a beer, and the two reenacting the classic drinking-beer-in-front-of-the-fence scene. While it's unspoken, Hank clearly also loves the idea of vending machines with beer and you could imagine him thinking that Japan isn't half bad because of it.
23rd Jun '15 4:24:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''KingOfTheHill'' pulls these off with a fair amount of regularity. Usually, if the episode centers around Bill, you can expect one. Probably the most heartwarming one was the episode where, after a despondent Boomhauer has fallen in love with and been jilted by a female version of ''himself'', Bill genuinely and kindly coaches him back to happiness.

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* ''KingOfTheHill'' pulls these off with a fair amount of regularity. Usually, if the episode centers around Bill, you can expect one. Probably the most heartwarming one was the episode where, after a despondent Boomhauer has fallen in love with and been jilted by a female version of ''himself'', Bill genuinely and kindly coaches him back to happiness.
28th May '15 4:09:55 PM JackWhitehead
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* In "Hank's Back Story", Hank's brotherhood with his support group of people that suffer Diminished Gluteal Syndrome, especially when one of the guys throws his own gluteal prosthetic to Hank so that he can finish thw lawn mower race

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* In "Hank's Back Story", Hank's brotherhood with his support group of people that suffer Diminished Gluteal Syndrome, especially when one of the guys throws his own gluteal prosthetic to Hank so that he can finish thw lawn mower racerace
* In "My Own Private Rodeo" the guys find out Dale's estranged father, Bug, is gay. When he's reunited with his son he agonizes over telling him but when Dale ''does'' find out he's perfectly accepting and invites both him and his partner to the reconfirmation of his wedding vows.
14th May '15 6:56:11 PM GentleMart
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* "Dog Dale Afternoon" has an odd example, but a definite example of Hank and Dale's friendship. LongStoryShort, Dale is mistaken for a clocktower sniper and Hank convinces the police to let him talk Dale down. Hank confesses to the prank that started all of this and Dale says that Hank was one of the few people on the extremely tiny list of those he trusts - "I'm not even on that list!" As they leave the tower, a member of Dale's gun club tries to snipe Dale, but Hank [[TakingTheBullet takes the bullet]] for him. Dale swears to dedicate his life to propane and watch over Peggy and Bobby...until Hank reveals that he had a bullet-proof vest, leading to this exchange.
-->'''Dale:''' You thought I was going to shoot you?\\
'''Hank:''' Well, that or spray me with poisonous chemicals. I thought you'd kill yourself right after.\\
'''Dale:''' ''(smiling)'' ...I would have, too.

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* "Dog Dale Afternoon" has an odd example, but a definite example of Hank and Dale's friendship. LongStoryShort, Dale is mistaken for a clocktower sniper and Hank convinces the police to let him talk Dale down. Hank confesses to the prank that started all of this and Dale says that Hank was one of the few people on the extremely tiny list of those he trusts - "I'm not even on that list!" As they leave the tower, a member of Dale's gun club tries to snipe Dale, but Hank [[TakingTheBullet takes the bullet]] for him. Dale swears to dedicate his life to propane and watch over Peggy and Bobby...until Hank reveals that he had a bullet-proof vest, leading to this exchange.
-->'''Dale:''' You thought I was going
exchange, which also has several rapid fire CrowningMomentOfFunny within it. It goes to shoot you?\\
show that Hank and Dale, despite their differences and Dale's sometimes insane measures, are TrueCompanions.
--> '''Dale:''' Oh God Hank you're dying, I'll never forget you, I will bury you in my backyard, I'll dedicate my life to propane, and don't you worry about Peggy - I'll keep Bill away from her.
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'''Hank:''' Well, I'm fine, Dale, but if you're serious about the propane, I've got some pamphlets...
--> '''Dale:''' You're fine!
--> ''(Dale unbuttons Hank's shirt to find the bullet-proof vest.)''
--> '''Dale:''' You were wearing a bulletproof vest! You thought I was gonna shoot you.
--> '''Hank:''' Well...
that or spray me with poisonous chemicals. I thought you'd kill yourself right after.\\
after.
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'''Dale:''' ''(smiling)'' ...''(smiling)'' I would have, have too.



* Dale's grief over thinking Hank has died taking a bullet for him in "Dog Dale Afternoon". Also has several rapid fire CrowningMomentOfFunny within it. It goes to show that Hank and Dale, despite their differences and Dale's sometimes insane measures, are TrueCompanions.
--> '''Dale:''' Oh God Hank you're dying, I'll never forget you, I will bury you in my backyard, I'll dedicate my life to propane, and don't you worry about Peggy - I'll keep Bill away from her.
--> '''Hank:''' I'm fine, Dale, but if you're serious about the propane, I've got some pamphlets...
--> '''Dale:''' You're fine!
--> ''(Dale unbuttons Hank's shirt to find the bullet-proof vest.)''
--> '''Dale:''' You were wearing a bulletproof vest! You thought I was gonna shoot you.
--> '''Hank:''' Well...that or spray me with poisonous chemicals. I thought you'd kill yourself right after.
--> '''Dale:''' I would have too.
13th Mar '15 10:50:25 PM Dinogeek
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** Doubles as a TearJerker, at least for this troper, once Ronnie starts speaking.
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