History Heartwarming / KingOfTheHill

8th Dec '16 8:02:03 AM Doug86
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* The end of the two-parter "Returning Japanese". Cotton makes peace with the woman he fell in love with after WorldWarII and with whom he fathered Junichiro, and just before they leave for the airport, Cotton (of all people!) encourages Bobby to say goodbye to the little Japanese girl he became friends with during his vacation.

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* The end of the two-parter "Returning Japanese". Cotton makes peace with the woman he fell in love with after WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII and with whom he fathered Junichiro, and just before they leave for the airport, Cotton (of all people!) encourages Bobby to say goodbye to the little Japanese girl he became friends with during his vacation.
11th Nov '16 4:54:50 AM ConCass
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGKEpf8FUio This scene from earlier in the episode]]. Cotton shows up at Hank's door so the two can shoot down a Christmas tree, something they do every year, only for Hank to tell him that Buck Strickland already gave him a tree. Cotton actually looks almost ''heartbroken'' that Hank doesn't want to share this moment of father-son bonding, only to quickly hide his emotion and try and lure Hank - "Bah! Only a man with a [[RunningGag narrow urete]] would think that skinny stick was a ''tree''!". It's one of those moments in the series that show deep down inside, Cotton truly cares about his son.
7th Nov '16 9:31:04 AM dlchen145
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** The actual heartwarming moment comes when Bill gets back in the game to re-tie the record. All the people who were skeptical about his abilities earlier in the episode (Including the entirety of the highschool student body) join together in cheering him on as he [[HeroicRROD tears his body to shreds]] to get a touchdown. Later on, during TheStinger, Bill is struggling with working out while listening to a sports program reporting on his game. Upon hearing one of the jockeys calling him [[BadAss "Uptown all the way"]], he gains a second wind with a wide smile on his face.

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** The actual heartwarming moment comes when Bill gets back in the game to re-tie the record. All the people who were skeptical about his abilities earlier in the episode (Including the entirety of the highschool student body) join together in cheering him on as he [[HeroicRROD tears his body to shreds]] to get a touchdown. Later on, during TheStinger, Bill is struggling with working out while listening to a sports program reporting on his game. Upon hearing one of the jockeys calling him [[BadAss "Uptown all the way"]], way", he gains a second wind with a wide smile on his face.
4th Nov '16 8:08:15 PM TheCuza
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-->'''Nancy:''' You sure you're okay with your dad bein' gay?

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-->'''Nancy:''' You sure you're okay with your dad bein' gay?gay?\\
4th Nov '16 8:07:55 PM TheCuza
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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.
-->'''Dale:''' Why would I have a problem with it? [[EntertaininglyWrong John Redcorn's gay, and I've been friends with him for years!]]

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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 (eventually, after realizing that Bug was confessing to being gay and not a government agent) and invites both him and his partner to the reconfirmation of his wedding vows.
-->'''Dale:''' -->'''Nancy:''' You sure you're okay with your dad bein' gay?
'''Dale:'''
Why would I have a problem with it? [[EntertaininglyWrong John Redcorn's gay, and I've been friends with him for years!]]
4th Nov '16 8:05:38 PM TheCuza
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* 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.

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* 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.week (but only for Hank).
3rd Aug '16 10:57:03 PM CarCrashHeart
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** Those episodes are "Aisle 8-A" and "The Redneck of Rainey Street", for the curious.

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** Those episodes are "Aisle 8-A" 8-A," "The Bluegrass is Always Greener," and "The Redneck of Rainey Street", for the curious.
2nd Jul '16 10:34:51 PM Ayumu
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[[caption-width-right:350: After 13 years,[[CharacterDevelopment Hank is much more comfortable with Luanne as a whole]]]]

* A blink and you'll miss it moment from '''Manger Baby Einstein''' where Hank talks to Luanne about how she's a mother now and notes that even if the country ran mainly on propane [[ItMakesSenseInContext and he were to become the vice president]], he would still be a father first. After Luanne notes that he's an uncle second (actually fourth), she gives Hank a hug, to which not only does he pat her back, but if you not the picture on the right side of the scree, he even smiles. Given how in the early seasons he would more than often direct her to Peggy for a hug (given how uncomfortable he is for the most part about physical contact), it really shows how far he's come with her since the Pilot.
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!]]
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