History WesternAnimation / KingoftheHill

19th Aug '16 6:07:17 PM PF
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* RuleOfAnimationConservation: The show's very, very decidedly low-key nature has often begged the question "Why is it even animated to begin with?" While the show is rarely has outlandishly "cartoonie" situations, some plots ''do'' require situations that would either be too dangerous for live actors or involve children and would be inappropriate for them to participate in. AbilityOverAppearance also factors into it (Mike Judge doesn't look very much like Hank), as well as comic timing that'd be awkward in live-action.

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* RuleOfAnimationConservation: The show's very, very decidedly low-key nature has often begged the question "Why is it even animated to begin with?" While the show is rarely has outlandishly "cartoonie" "cartoony" situations, some plots ''do'' require situations that would either be too dangerous for live actors or involve children and would be inappropriate for them to participate in. AbilityOverAppearance also factors into it (Mike Judge doesn't look very much like Hank), as well as comic timing that'd be awkward in live-action.
19th Aug '16 6:01:45 PM PF
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* DidYouDie: In "Nancy Boys", Dale helps out John Redcorn, but has to lie to Nancy and tells her he was at the gun club playing RussianRoullette:

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* DidYouDie: In "Nancy Boys", Dale helps out John Redcorn, but has to lie to Nancy and tells her he was at the gun club playing RussianRoullette:RussianRoulette:
17th Aug '16 4:50:46 AM PF
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* TheThemeParkVersion: In "he Company Man", Hank has to do business with a pushy Bostonian who seems to think Texas is/should be this. In order to keep his business, Hank tries to conform to the man's beliefs, making himself an ExtremeDoormat (as Peggy points out). After a heart-to-heart with a stripper, Hank finally tells the man off, but he goes to Thatherton Fuels to get what he wants. In the deleted scene from the DVDs however, his wife who was kept by Peggy's company is the actual owner of the business who decided to go with Strickland Propane.

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* TheThemeParkVersion: In "he "The Company Man", Hank has to do business with a pushy Bostonian who seems to think Texas is/should be this. In order to keep his business, Hank tries to conform to the man's beliefs, making himself an ExtremeDoormat (as Peggy points out). After a heart-to-heart with a stripper, Hank finally tells the man off, but he goes to Thatherton Fuels to get what he wants. In However, in the deleted scene from the DVDs however, DVD version, his wife wife, who was kept by Peggy's company company, is the actual owner of the business who decided and decides to go with Strickland Propane.
16th Aug '16 5:54:16 PM NeoTerraKnight
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* TheThemeParkVersion: In "he Company Man", Hank has to do business with a pushy Bostonian who seems to think Texas is/should be this. In order to keep his business, Hank tries to conform to the man's beliefs, making himself an ExtremeDoormat (as Peggy points out). After a heart-to-heart with a stripper, Hank finally tells the man off, but he goes to Thatherton Fuels to get what he wants.

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* TheThemeParkVersion: In "he Company Man", Hank has to do business with a pushy Bostonian who seems to think Texas is/should be this. In order to keep his business, Hank tries to conform to the man's beliefs, making himself an ExtremeDoormat (as Peggy points out). After a heart-to-heart with a stripper, Hank finally tells the man off, but he goes to Thatherton Fuels to get what he wants. In the deleted scene from the DVDs however, his wife who was kept by Peggy's company is the actual owner of the business who decided to go with Strickland Propane.
31st Jul '16 4:29:41 AM PF
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* ActionGirl: Luanne in 'Boxing Luanne'

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* ActionGirl: Luanne in 'Boxing Luanne'"Boxing Luanne".
30th Jul '16 10:26:43 AM Akilucky
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* ActionGirl: Luanne in 'Boxing Luanne'
29th Jul '16 12:13:38 PM PF
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** In "Lady and Gentrification", the hipsters that moves into Enrique's neighborhood really hate white people, despite being mostly white themselves.

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** In "Lady and Gentrification", the hipsters that moves into Enrique's neighborhood really hate white people, despite most of them being mostly white themselves.
29th Jul '16 12:12:02 PM PF
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** The hipsters in the episode where they move in with Enrique really hate white people, despite being mostly white themselves.

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** The In "Lady and Gentrification", the hipsters in the episode where they move in with Enrique that moves into Enrique's neighborhood really hate white people, despite being mostly white themselves.
29th Jul '16 11:15:16 AM NWolfman
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* RuleOfAnimationConservation: The show's very, very decidedly low-key nature has often begged the question "Why is it even animated to begin with?" While the show is rarely has outlandishly "cartoonie" situations, some plots ''do'' require situations that would either be too dangerous for live actors or involve children and would be inappropriate for them to participate in. AbilityOverAppearance also factors into it (Mike Judge doesn't look very much like Hank), as well as comic timing that'd be awkward in live-action.
18th Jul '16 4:48:14 AM PF
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* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: Dale seems to have a knack for putting together various words in the series. One of them involves trying to figure out [[CampGay the new persona]] Bill adopts for his job at a hair salon.

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* BreadEggsBreadedEggs: Dale seems to have a knack for putting together various words in the series. One of them involves trying to figure out [[CampGay the new persona]] Bill adopts for his job at a hair salon.salon:
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