History Heartwarming / KingOfTheHill

29th Apr '18 9:52:41 AM Ayumu
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[[caption-width-right:350: After 13 years, [[CharacterDevelopment goes a long way]]]]

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29th Apr '18 9:52:11 AM Ayumu
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[[caption-width-right:350: After 13 years, [[CharacterDevelopment character development marches on]]]]

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29th Apr '18 12:03:59 AM Ayumu
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[[caption-width-right:350: After 13 years, [[CharacterDevelopment character development marches on]]

* 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 note the picture on the right side of the screen, 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.

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* A blink and you'll miss it moment from '''Manger ''Manger Baby Einstein''' 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 note the picture on the right side of the screen, 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.
29th Apr '18 12:03:11 AM Ayumu
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[[caption-width-right:350: After 13 years, [[CharacterDevelopment Hank is much more comfortable with Luanne as a whole]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: After 13 years, [[CharacterDevelopment Hank is much more comfortable with Luanne as a whole]]]]
character development marches on]]
23rd Apr '18 1:30:24 AM LinTaylor
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* In the episode where an old flame of Boomhauer's was going to marry his loutish brother (voiced by Creator/BradPitt), Hank confronts Boomhauer on suspicion that he was trying to sabotage their relationship and asks him straight out if he was. Boomhauer says no, and that is all Hank needs to hear to believe him absolutely. It's a wonderful reminder of the power of a true friendship.

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* In the episode where an old flame of Boomhauer's was going to marry his loutish brother (voiced by Creator/BradPitt), Hank confronts Boomhauer on suspicion that he was trying to sabotage their relationship and asks him straight out if he was. Boomhauer looks him in the eye says no, and that is all Hank needs to hear to believe him absolutely. It's a wonderful reminder of the power of a true friendship.



** At one point, a bunch of strippers show up for Boomhauer's brother's bachelor party, and he manages to pin it on Boomhauer, making Hank and the old flame upset with him. The next day, Hank goes over to Boomhauer's place to talk about it, and asks him "Did you really do it?" Boomhauer looks him in the eye and says "No", and Hank immediately trusts him.



* For all the hate he had for Bobby dating Connie, Kahn had a few PetTheDog moments with Hank's son. One that stands out is the episode where Bobby and Connie are trapped in a cave, Hank and Kahn go in after them. While Hank is pre-emptively trying to apologize in case Bobby and Connie have sex, Kahn shrugs it off saying that until puberty, the worst Bobby can do is a hickey...but also that he's a good boy.

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* For all the hate he had for Bobby dating Connie, Kahn had a few PetTheDog moments with Hank's son. One that stands out is the episode where Bobby and Connie are trapped in a cave, Hank and Kahn go in after them. While Hank is pre-emptively trying tries to apologize in case Bobby and Connie have sex, but Kahn shrugs it off off, saying that until puberty, the worst it won't happen because Bobby can do is a hickey...but also that he's a good boy.kid (he ''is'', however, worried about Joseph trying the same).
31st Mar '18 2:11:22 PM thecarolinabull01
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* At the end of "A Man Without A Country Club", we learn that Kahn has been shunned by the prestigious Nine Rivers Country Club yet again. So what do Hank and co. do? They invite Kahn into their ''own'' country club, the Rainey Street Country Club.

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* At the end of "A Man Without A Country Club", we learn that Kahn has been shunned by the prestigious Nine Rivers Country Club yet again. So what do Hank and co. do? They invite Kahn into their ''own'' country club, the Rainey Street Country Club. And Kahn happily accepts.



** Despite the context, it's oddly sweet to hear Bobby describe Luanne as "practically my sister".

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** Despite the context, context (as he had accidentally seen Luanne naked and made the mistake of telling Joseph), it's oddly sweet to hear Bobby describe Luanne as "practically my sister".



* That book club ep has Hank giving Peggy the fighting spirit to take care of gun buyer aspect of the business but was obviously the one who helped started the book club Peggy always wanted when he learns that one of dale customers read the book Peggy was giving out.

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* That book club ep episode has Hank giving Peggy the fighting spirit to take care of gun buyer aspect of the business but was obviously the one who helped started the book club Peggy always wanted when he learns that one of dale Dale's customers read the book Peggy was giving out.
15th Mar '18 10:21:55 PM vexer
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* In "Lucky's Wedding Suit" Lucky's usual settlement routine of him falling down Dale's stairs and leading to him needing a wheel chair ends up with him suing Stickland Propane, which Hank (While Strickland can pay for it) states it's wrong to sue hardworking people off their hard earn money, When he goes to Hank and apologies, which Hank later says it's going to be Lucky responsibility to show his child what is wrong and right. Lucky takes this lesson to heart and begins to take his role as provider seriously, trying to drop the lawsuit immediately, but when his Lawyer says there is no feasible way for Lucky to drop a Guarantee winning case, he is willing to go through immense pain just to prove that he isn't injured (a reverse on how people fake injuries to sue) and have Hank and Dale video tape it. And after some moments of trial and errors, Lucky ends up with $53,000, which Luanne was quick to suggest to blow it on her expensive wedding. This is when Lucky, still trying to set and example, suggest that they use the money on a small wedding, use the money on a down payment on a house across the street and use it to buy their Baby some clothes. Lucky truly changed his tune in life, all for the sake of his soon to be born child.
* After Hank gets in trouble for being drunk and vomiting during Buck's Hall of Flame induction, Buck(along with his son) team-up to save Hank from punishment(since Hank got drunk due to the frustration of having to deal with Buck and Ray-Roy getting drunk themselves and blowing off the convention to hook up with women) not only that, they also manage to get Hank his own Flame of Valor jacket, Buck let's Hank know that he IS Strickland Propane and without him the company wouldn't be around. This goes to show that as much as Buck often takes advantage of Hank's good nature, at the end of the day he does recognize how important Hank is to the company and how much he's done for them.

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* In "Lucky's Wedding Suit" Lucky's usual settlement routine of him falling down Dale's stairs and leading to him needing a wheel chair ends up with him suing Stickland Propane, which Hank (While Strickland can pay for it) states it's wrong to sue hardworking people off their hard earn money, When he goes to Hank and apologies, which Hank later says it's going to be Lucky responsibility to show his child what is wrong and right. Lucky takes this lesson to heart and begins to take his role as provider seriously, trying to drop the lawsuit immediately, but when his Lawyer says there is no feasible way for Lucky to drop a Guarantee winning case, he is willing to go through immense pain just to prove that he isn't injured (a reverse on how people fake injuries to sue) and have Hank and Dale video tape it. And after some moments of trial and errors, Lucky ends up with $53,000, which Luanne was quick to suggest to blow it on her expensive wedding. This is when Lucky, still trying to set and example, suggest that they use the money on a small wedding, use the money on a down payment on a house across the street and use it to buy their Baby some clothes. Lucky truly changed his tune in life, all for the sake of his soon to be born child.
* After Hank gets in trouble for being drunk and vomiting during Buck's Hall of Flame induction, Buck(along with his son) team-up to save Hank from punishment(since Hank got drunk due to the frustration of having to deal with Buck and Ray-Roy getting drunk themselves and blowing off the convention to hook up with women) not only that, they also manage to get Hank his own Flame of Valor jacket, Buck let's Hank know that he IS Strickland Propane and without him the company wouldn't be around. This goes to show that as much as Buck often takes advantage of Hank's good nature, at the end of the day he does recognize how important Hank is to the company and how much he's done for them.
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15th Mar '18 10:19:01 PM vexer
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* In "Lucky's Wedding Suit" Lucky's usual settlement routine of him falling down Dale's stairs and leading to him needing a wheel chair ends up with him suing Stickland Propane, which Hank (While Strickland can pay for it) states it's wrong to sue hardworking people off their hard earn money, When he goes to Hank and apologies, which Hank later says it's going to be Lucky responsibility to show his child what is wrong and right. Lucky takes this lesson to heart and begins to take his role as provider seriously, trying to drop the lawsuit immediately, but when his Lawyer says there is no feasible way for Lucky to drop a Guarantee winning case, he is willing to go through immense pain just to prove that he isn't injured (a reverse on how people fake injuries to sue) and have Hank and Dale video tape it. And after some moments of trial and errors, Lucky ends up with $53,000, which Luanne was quick to suggest to blow it on her expensive wedding. This is when Lucky, still trying to set and example, suggest that they use the money on a small wedding, use the money on a down payment on a house across the street and use it to buy their Baby some clothes. Lucky truly changed his tune in life, all for the sake of his soon to be born child.

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* In "Lucky's Wedding Suit" Lucky's usual settlement routine of him falling down Dale's stairs and leading to him needing a wheel chair ends up with him suing Stickland Propane, which Hank (While Strickland can pay for it) states it's wrong to sue hardworking people off their hard earn money, When he goes to Hank and apologies, which Hank later says it's going to be Lucky responsibility to show his child what is wrong and right. Lucky takes this lesson to heart and begins to take his role as provider seriously, trying to drop the lawsuit immediately, but when his Lawyer says there is no feasible way for Lucky to drop a Guarantee winning case, he is willing to go through immense pain just to prove that he isn't injured (a reverse on how people fake injuries to sue) and have Hank and Dale video tape it. And after some moments of trial and errors, Lucky ends up with $53,000, which Luanne was quick to suggest to blow it on her expensive wedding. This is when Lucky, still trying to set and example, suggest that they use the money on a small wedding, use the money on a down payment on a house across the street and use it to buy their Baby some clothes. Lucky truly changed his tune in life, all for the sake of his soon to be born child.child.
* After Hank gets in trouble for being drunk and vomiting during Buck's Hall of Flame induction, Buck(along with his son) team-up to save Hank from punishment(since Hank got drunk due to the frustration of having to deal with Buck and Ray-Roy getting drunk themselves and blowing off the convention to hook up with women) not only that, they also manage to get Hank his own Flame of Valor jacket, Buck let's Hank know that he IS Strickland Propane and without him the company wouldn't be around. This goes to show that as much as Buck often takes advantage of Hank's good nature, at the end of the day he does recognize how important Hank is to the company and how much he's done for them.
12th Mar '18 9:33:20 PM trixus
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* The end of "Boxing Luanne", when Luanne is getting pounded by Freeda Foreman, and all the skeezy men who have spent the episode drooling over her body start cheering her on for real.

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* The end of "Boxing Luanne", when Luanne is getting pounded by Freeda Foreman, and all the skeezy men who have spent the episode drooling over her body start cheering her on for real. One of her classmate who has been harassing her early in the episode ask for a picture with her because he is genuinely impressed that she went the distance.
5th Mar '18 10:24:59 PM thecarolinabull01
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* In "Naked Ambition", Bobby and Connie are about to see each other naked when Kahn enters, freaks out, and grounds Connie while banning Bobby from his property. When Hank hears about this, he's actually quite happy. At the end of the episode when Connie steals her father's ladder to peek over the fence and see Bobby, Hank helps him pick out which ladder to use so he can get up to Connie for some kissing.

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* In "Naked Ambition", Ambition":
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Bobby and Connie are about to see each other naked when Kahn enters, freaks out, and grounds Connie while banning Bobby from his property. When Hank hears about this, he's actually quite happy. At the end of the episode when Connie steals her father's ladder to peek over the fence and see Bobby, Hank helps him pick out which ladder to use so he can get up to Connie for some kissing.kissing.
** Despite the context, it's oddly sweet to hear Bobby describe Luanne as "practically my sister".
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