History WMG / KingOfTheHill

17th May '17 10:28:30 PM landmark356
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** She also enjoys collecting newspaper clippings of horrible fatal accidents in a scrapbook which disturbs Hank. She also said in one episode that she had a dream that she murdered Principal Moss and seems to be telling it like she enjoyed it.
10th May '17 7:12:38 PM Robacker
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[[WMG: Joseph (slowly)[[LukeIAmYourFather figured things out.]]]]

From the very first episode we are made aware John Red is Joseph's real father. The only ones who aren't aware is Dale and young Joseph. Even the children know. But season five's episode 'spin the choice' had Joseph being told that "in a weird way we're[he and John Redcorn] related."
A season later the episode 'of Mice and Little Green Men', showed both Dale and Joseph being aware Joseph was different. the episode ends with them coming to a conclusion that aliens used Dale's DNA, but while Dale seems to fully believe it, Joseph just seems to have wanted to make his dad happy. They are father and son no matter what. So their biological relationship doesn't matter. This is well and good, but it dose affect his relationship with his real father, as season seven's "Vision Quest" see's Joseph at least hold John Redcorn with some form of respect, even wanting to seek him out for advice on spiritual matter before Dale interrupts him. Seasons earlier Joseph would've merely brushed off whatever was going on and whatever John Redcorn had to say.

[[WMG: the Souphanousinphones' are a surprisingly caring family]]

Kahn's trouble-making niece Tid Pao once comes to stay with them from LA. After messing up there, no one in the family seems to consider jail or a legal punishment for making meth as she's simply shipped off to the next uncle in line. The final threat being that if she screwed up there, she'd be sent to her grandmother's in Laos.
Seasons later Kahn was intending to host another trouble-making nephew,Phonsawan, who doesn't seem to speak English and going off of military time seems to be fresh from Laos. Unfortunately, being older, he never actually goes to Khan's house and wanders off to party.
And then finally Kahn allows and insists his mother stays with them. Showing that he dose care about family, and all of his seen siblings must care about their kids.
30th Dec '16 11:50:08 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Aliens overwrote [[{{DCAU}} John Redcorn's genetic material with Dale's]]]]

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[[WMG: Aliens overwrote [[{{DCAU}} [[Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse John Redcorn's genetic material with Dale's]]]]
18th Dec '16 3:06:30 PM NineballCirno
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** Seems to be at least partially confirmed based on dialogue throughout the series. At the very least he took them to Hotel Arlen and bought them each a hooker. Except Hank, [[ParalysingFearOfSexuality who ran away]].

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** Seems to be at least partially confirmed based on dialogue throughout the series. At the very least he took them to Hotel Arlen and bought them each a hooker. Except Hank, [[ParalysingFearOfSexuality [[ParalyzingFearOfSexuality who ran away]].



[[WMG: Boomhauer is [[WesternAnimation/Doug Patty Mayonaise's]] father.]]

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[[WMG: Boomhauer is [[WesternAnimation/Doug [[WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} Patty Mayonaise's]] father.]]
24th Sep '16 6:50:29 AM CastingCrowns
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*** It's likely that Garth from the episode "Order Of The Straight Arrow" in the first season, was meant to be Boomhauer's son, but the writers had second thoughts and pretended he didn't exist.
11th Sep '16 6:52:26 PM puca
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** Leanne was present at Luanne and Lucky's wedding. Unless she was given a day pass from [[Anime/{{DragonBallZ}} Fortuneteller Baba]] and had her halo hidden, this couldn't be the case.

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** * Leanne was present at Luanne and Lucky's wedding. Unless she was given a day pass from [[Anime/{{DragonBallZ}} Fortuneteller Baba]] and had her halo hidden, this couldn't be the case.
11th Sep '16 6:50:20 PM puca
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** Leanne was present at Luanne and Lucky's wedding. Unless she was given a day pass from [[Anime/{{DragonBallZ}} Fortuneteller Baba]] and had her halo hidden, this couldn't be the case.
9th Mar '16 10:12:16 AM Hossmeister
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[[WMG: Mike Judge will end it in TheMovie, where BeavisAndButthead will befriend Bobby.]]

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[[WMG: Mike Judge will end it in TheMovie, where BeavisAndButthead WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead will befriend Bobby.]]



They'll be placed in the witness protection program, at which point they'll be moved to a new town, where they end up living near to a pair of [[BeavisAndButthead half-wit teenagers]].

[[WMG:The show is actually the ''future'' of BeavisAndButthead.]]

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They'll be placed in the witness protection program, at which point they'll be moved to a new town, where they end up living near to a pair of [[BeavisAndButthead [[WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead half-wit teenagers]].

[[WMG:The show is actually the ''future'' of BeavisAndButthead.WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead.]]
12th Jan '16 8:18:24 AM oneneoeon
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*Another point on this WMG, there was an episode where Bobby is mistaken for a Highschooler and makes up a story about having some Kidney disease. By the end of the episode, he tells someone asking for "Kidney Boy" that Kidney Boy died. Maybe there was more truth to that episode than apparent at first glance?



Buck attributes a large amount of his business's success to Hank's work ethic and values. In an episode where Kahn tried to get rich quick, he outright calls Hank a "golden goose". In every Buck heavy episode, the formula tends to be Buck's debauchery getting out of hand. Hank gets upset and confronts Buck about it. Buck admits his wrong doing and takes steps to placate Hank. This demonstrates a far deeper respect than Cotton has ever showed Hank.

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Buck attributes a large amount of his business's success to Hank's work ethic and values. In an episode where Kahn tried to get rich quick, he outright calls Hank a "golden goose". In every Buck heavy episode, the formula tends to be Buck's debauchery getting out of hand. Hank gets upset and confronts Buck about it. Buck admits his wrong doing and takes steps to placate Hank. Hank, if not improve himself. This demonstrates a far deeper respect than Cotton has ever showed Hank.
Hank.

The greatest display of Buck's love and respect for Hank would be the episode where Buck is getting inducted into the "Hall of Flame" Before the award ceremony Buck and his bastard son get into antics that drive Hank into heavily drinking before giving an important speech. After drunken Hank makes an ass of himself, Buck sets out to correct this. He even goes so far to [[BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord manipulate events]] to get Hank inducted along with him!
12th Jan '16 8:10:28 AM oneneoeon
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[[WMG: Hank doesn't have AesopAmnesia.]]
It has been pointed out that it seems every few episodes, Hank has to relearn to accept Bobby's quirks. Most of these episodes don't actually overlap in what quirk they cover, so it is more like the strict and stoic Hank has to learn to accept each quirk INDIVIDUALLY rather than put it all under an umbrella of Bobby's Weirdness.

There was even an episode, one that had Bobby getting into Christian Rock, where Hank shows him a box of stuff they family has given up on. He says he didn't want Bobby's faith to end up in that box. Hank is probably counting on a number of said "quirks" to end up there though.

[[WMG: Hank is forgiving of Buck Strickland because he is everything that Cotton is with one key difference.]]

Cotton and Buck are both womanizing, hard drinking, gamblers. However, they treat Hank quite differently. Cotton sees Hank as nothing but a disappointment, belittles his career and his life choices. Cotton will even named his youngest son Good Hank and will loudly declare the bawling, lactating baby to be a better son than Hank.

Buck attributes a large amount of his business's success to Hank's work ethic and values. In an episode where Kahn tried to get rich quick, he outright calls Hank a "golden goose". In every Buck heavy episode, the formula tends to be Buck's debauchery getting out of hand. Hank gets upset and confronts Buck about it. Buck admits his wrong doing and takes steps to placate Hank. This demonstrates a far deeper respect than Cotton has ever showed Hank.
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