History Trivia / KingOfTheHill

10th Jun '17 3:04:16 PM elenaisabel722
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* CrossdressingVoices:
** Brittany Murphy (Luanne's voice actress) voiced Joseph Gribble in the first four seasons. It's averted starting in season 5 when Breckin Meyer took over.
** Pamela Adlon voiced Bobby Hill.
23rd May '17 4:59:48 PM TheRealYuma
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** Bug Gribble was originally voiced by Johnny Hardwick in "Now Who's the Dummy?" In his next and last appearance, "My Own Private Rodeo," he's voiced by David Herman in his generic gay voice.
18th May '17 6:25:11 AM kraas
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* TalkingToHimself: Whenever Booby and Chang interact (they're both voice by Pamela Adlon), or Connie and Minh (Lauren Tom).

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* TalkingToHimself: Whenever Booby Bobby and Chang Chane interact (they're both voice by Pamela Adlon), or Connie and Minh (Lauren Tom).
1st May '17 9:46:10 AM mimitchi33
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* UrbanLegendOfZelda: There is one that says that the show aired in the early mornings on Fox Kids at one point in time around the same time as the block's "Fox Kids Heads For The Hills" promotion.
30th Jan '17 7:50:14 AM 123456789
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** [[Series/GetALife Chris]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} Elliott]] is Chris Sizemore, Peggy's real estate boss in the later seasons; he also played at least two other jerks- Rob Holgwen, the mold guy from "After the Mold Rush", and Ed Burnett, the city councilor from "Square-Footed Monster".

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** [[Series/GetALife Chris]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} Elliott]] is [[TheDanza Chris Sizemore, Sizemore]], Peggy's real estate boss in the later seasons; he also played at least two other jerks- Rob Holgwen, the mold guy from "After the Mold Rush", and Ed Burnett, the city councilor from "Square-Footed Monster".
4th Dec '16 6:28:13 AM 123456789
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* ExecutiveMeddling: FOX executives demanded the writers drop or at least scale back the recurring plotlines for syndication reasons, which accounted in part for the NegativeContinuity in later episodes. It's also claimed that in later seasons, network executives interfered to the extent that they were demanding rewrites while episodes were being animated, which does explain why the newer episodes aren't as consistent or beloved as the older episodes.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: FOX executives demanded the writers drop or at least scale back the recurring plotlines for syndication reasons, the reason of airing episodes OutOfOrder on syndication, which accounted in part for the NegativeContinuity in later episodes. It's also claimed that in later seasons, network executives interfered to the extent that they were demanding rewrites while episodes were being animated, which does explain why the newer episodes aren't as consistent or beloved as the older episodes.
21st Oct '16 11:12:23 AM PF
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* [[YouLookFamiliar You Sound Familiar]]:
** The unseen, overactive-sounding announcer for sporting events in Arlen is voiced by Johnny Hardwick- also the voice of Dale.
** [[Series/GetALife Chris]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} Elliott]] is Chris Sizemore, Peggy's real-estate boss in the later seasons; he also played at least two other jerks- Rob Holgwen, the mold guy from "After the Mold Rush", and Ed Burnett, the city councilor from "Square-Footed Monster".

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* [[YouLookFamiliar You Sound Familiar]]:
YouLookFamiliar:
** The unseen, overactive-sounding announcer for sporting events in Arlen is voiced by Johnny Hardwick- Hardwick He also provides the voice of Dale.
** [[Series/GetALife Chris]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} Elliott]] is Chris Sizemore, Peggy's real-estate real estate boss in the later seasons; he also played at least two other jerks- Rob Holgwen, the mold guy from "After the Mold Rush", and Ed Burnett, the city councilor from "Square-Footed Monster".
12th Jul '16 6:50:04 AM PF
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* [[YouLookFamiliar You Sound Familiar]]: The unseen, overactive-sounding announcer for sporting events in Arlen is voiced by Johnny Hardwick- also the voice of Dale.

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* [[YouLookFamiliar You Sound Familiar]]: Familiar]]:
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The unseen, overactive-sounding announcer for sporting events in Arlen is voiced by Johnny Hardwick- also the voice of Dale.
3rd May '16 11:30:46 AM themisterfree
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* TalkingToHimself: Whenever Booby and Chang interact (they're both voice by Pamela Adlon), or Connie and Minh (Lauren Tom).



** The episode "My Own Private Rodeo" originally focused on Dale suffering from toothache and refusing to go to a dentist, fearing a tracking device would be implanted in him by his father's cohorts. Most of the episode's events, like Hank going to the rodeo, remained the same, but the ending was different in that Bug, feeling Dale would reject him if he told the truth, covered his sexuality by explaining he wass monitoring the gay rodeo's activities - a relieved Dale then had his father hold his hand while he went to the dentist. Also, Charles Nelson Reilly voiced the part of Bug in the original storyline.
* WriteWhoYouKnow: Mike Judge based Boomhauer's voice on a MotorMouth phone call he received complaining about ''Beavis and Butt-head'' (which the caller referred to as "Porky's Bunghole").

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** The episode "My Own Private Rodeo" originally focused on Dale suffering from toothache and refusing to go to a dentist, fearing a tracking device would be implanted in him by his father's cohorts. Most of the episode's events, like Hank going to the rodeo, remained the same, but the ending was different in that Bug, feeling Dale would reject him if he told the truth, covered his sexuality by explaining he wass was monitoring the gay rodeo's activities - a relieved Dale then had his father hold his hand while he went to the dentist. Also, Charles Nelson Reilly voiced the part of Bug in the original storyline.
** [[Series/TheWonderYears Daniel]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} Stern]] auditioned for the role of Dale (as did Stephen Root, who ended up voicing Bill).
* WriteWhoYouKnow: Mike Judge based Boomhauer's voice on a MotorMouth phone call he received complaining about ''Beavis and Butt-head'' (which the caller referred to as "Porky's Bunghole").Bunghole").
* [[YouLookFamiliar You Sound Familiar]]: The unseen, overactive-sounding announcer for sporting events in Arlen is voiced by Johnny Hardwick- also the voice of Dale.
** [[Series/GetALife Chris]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} Elliott]] is Chris Sizemore, Peggy's real-estate boss in the later seasons; he also played at least two other jerks- Rob Holgwen, the mold guy from "After the Mold Rush", and Ed Burnett, the city councilor from "Square-Footed Monster".
28th Apr '16 3:45:47 PM fruitstripegum
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** The episode "My Own Private Rodeo" originally focused on Dale suffering from toothache and refusing to go to a dentist, fearing a tracking device would be implanted in him by his father's cohorts. Most of the episode's events, like Hank going to the rodeo, remained the same, but the ending was different in that Bug, feeling Dale would reject him if he told the truth, covered his sexuality by explaining he wass monitoring the gay rodeo's activities - a relieved Dale then had his father hold his hand while he went to the dentist. Also, Charles Nelson Reilly voiced the part of Bug in the original storyline.
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