History WesternAnimation / KingoftheHill

9th Feb '16 8:36:27 AM Paranoia
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** And then when he ''does'' figure out Joseph's not his son, he immediately concludes that Joseph is the result of an alien impregnating Nancy in her sleep. With his own semen.
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** And then when he ''does'' figure out Joseph's not his son, that he couldn't possibly have been there on the night Joseph was conceived, he immediately concludes that Joseph is the result of an alien impregnating Nancy in her sleep. With his Then [[LikeFatherLikeSon he and Joseph convince themselves the aliens must have used Dale's own semen.semen]].
6th Feb '16 6:21:18 PM LarryGlasses
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* AssholeVictim: In "Après Hank, le Deluge", the refugees at the Tom Landry school endlessly try to blame Hank for them ''supposedly'' thinking he destroyed their homes in south Arlen by opening the flood gates (to lessen the potential chaos of the dam breaking through a growing crack). Bill gets on this by being too much of an InnocentlyInsensitive person holding the JerkassBall.
23rd Jan '16 5:05:15 PM nombretomado
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The entire series is also available on the iTunes Store and Cartoon Network has been airing reruns ever since the show's final years, so it's very easy to tune in and find a favorite episode or an episode you've never seen before (though, as of 2015, AdultSwim does not air the episodes of ''King of the Hill'' from seasons one and two, except for the Season 2 episode "Hilloween", whenever the holiday comes around. The episodes that currently air are from three to 13, plus the four unaired-on-FOX episodes). The [=DVDs=] of seasons after Season 6 were cancelled in 2006 due to poor sales, but the rest of the seasons were licensed by Olive Films and they started releasing them in 2014. Netflix streaming in America used to have every episode of the show (including the four unaired ones) until they were pulled in 2013.
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The entire series is also available on the iTunes Store and Cartoon Network has been airing reruns ever since the show's final years, so it's very easy to tune in and find a favorite episode or an episode you've never seen before (though, as of 2015, AdultSwim Creator/AdultSwim does not air the episodes of ''King of the Hill'' from seasons one and two, except for the Season 2 episode "Hilloween", whenever the holiday comes around. The episodes that currently air are from three to 13, plus the four unaired-on-FOX episodes). The [=DVDs=] of seasons after Season 6 were cancelled in 2006 due to poor sales, but the rest of the seasons were licensed by Olive Films and they started releasing them in 2014. Netflix streaming in America used to have every episode of the show (including the four unaired ones) until they were pulled in 2013.
20th Jan '16 3:59:17 AM PF
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* StopBeingStereotypical: Inverted in one episode, where Hank was dealing with a client from Boston who expected everything in Texas to be cowboys and country, meaning Hank had to ''act'' stereotypical in order to draw the guy's attention. Eventually he gets sick of it and tells the guy off, saying (in effect) "If you want dumbass cowboy antics go with Thatherton, but if you want quality propane stick with Strickland." The guy ends up going with Thatherton.
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* StopBeingStereotypical: Inverted in one episode, where Hank was dealing with a client from Boston who expected everything in Texas to be cowboys and country, meaning Hank had to ''act'' stereotypical in order to draw the guy's attention. Eventually Eventually, he gets sick of it and tells the guy off, saying (in effect) "If you want dumbass cowboy antics go with Thatherton, but if you want quality propane stick with Strickland." The guy ends up going with Thatherton.

** Bobby, who can be influenced by pretty much anything: his sexist grandfather, a white supremacist website, a group of teenagers pretending to know wizardry … the list goes on. He personifies this trope so much that one of the most frequently-reused episode plots is "Bobby falls in with a bad crowd of some sort and Hank bails him out".
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** Bobby, who can be influenced by pretty much anything: his sexist grandfather, a white supremacist website, a group of teenagers pretending to know wizardry … the list goes on. He personifies this trope so much that one of the most frequently-reused episode plots is "Bobby falls in with a bad crowd of some sort and Hank bails him out".

** Luanne also has her moments of mind-boggling idiocy (despite being fairly smart in the earlier episodes; she even knew how to fix a car, despite Cotton's misogynistic remarks), including one in which she joined a sorority that was obviously a front for a cult; Peggy's attempts to help her resulted in her getting recruited as well. *** In the same episode Luanne indicates that she uses a mnemonic to remember ''her own name''. ** Everyone. It's hard to find someone who doesn't repeatedly do something mind-bogglingly stupid over the course of the series. ** Worth mentioning that all the young employees at Mega-Lo Mart are clueless about''their own respective departments'', pissing off customers like Hank, and have supervision over older and wiser coworkers. Notably Buckley, who [[spoiler: died in a propane explosion after failing to listen to Hank's advice not to drag the propane tank by the nozzle, thus causing a leak.]] ** In "Fun with Jane and Jane", Luanne escapes from a cult, but Peggy takes her right back because she doesn't understand that they're a cult (despite Luanne saying that they deprived her of food and sleep and punished her by locking her in a closet and yelling at her) and takes Luanne right back writing off their dangerous behavior as "hazing" to a new member saying that "all sororities do hazing, the harder it is the stronger the friendship; why do you think POW's are always having reunions?"-- '''and''' joins the cult herself because they offer to let her vent about her terrible mother.
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** Luanne also has her moments of mind-boggling idiocy (despite being fairly smart in the earlier episodes; she even knew how to fix a car, despite Cotton's misogynistic remarks), including one in which she joined a sorority that was obviously a front for a cult; Peggy's attempts to help her resulted in her getting recruited as well. *** In the same episode Luanne indicates that she uses a mnemonic to remember ''her own name''. ** Everyone. It's hard to find someone who doesn't repeatedly do something mind-bogglingly stupid over the course of the series. ** Worth mentioning that all All the young employees at Mega-Lo Mart are clueless about''their about ''their own respective departments'', pissing off customers like Hank, and have supervision over older and wiser coworkers. Notably Buckley, who Most notably, Buckley [[spoiler: died in a propane explosion after failing he failed to listen to Hank's advice about not to drag dragging the propane tank by the nozzle, thus causing a leak.]] ** In "Fun with Jane and Jane", Luanne escapes from joins a cult, but sorority that is obviously a front for a cult. After she escapes, Peggy takes her right back to the cult because she doesn't understand that they're a cult (despite Luanne saying that they deprived her of food and sleep and punished her by locking her in a closet and yelling at her) and takes Luanne right back writing off their dangerous behavior as "hazing" to a new member saying that "all sororities do hazing, the harder it is the stronger the friendship; why do you think POW's are always having reunions?"-- '''and''' ''and'' joins the cult herself because they offer to let her vent about her terrible mother.
19th Jan '16 8:13:32 PM IceLord0101
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** In "Fun with Jane and Jane", Luanne escapes from a cult, but Peggy takes her right back because she doesn't understand that they're a cult (despite Luanne saying that they deprived her of food and sleep and punished her by locking her in a closet and yelling at her) and takes Luanne right back -- '''and''' joins the cult herself because they offer to let her vent about her terrible mother.
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** In "Fun with Jane and Jane", Luanne escapes from a cult, but Peggy takes her right back because she doesn't understand that they're a cult (despite Luanne saying that they deprived her of food and sleep and punished her by locking her in a closet and yelling at her) and takes Luanne right back -- writing off their dangerous behavior as "hazing" to a new member saying that "all sororities do hazing, the harder it is the stronger the friendship; why do you think POW's are always having reunions?"-- '''and''' joins the cult herself because they offer to let her vent about her terrible mother.
19th Jan '16 8:03:47 PM IceLord0101
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** Worth mentioning that all the young employees at Mega-Lo Mart are clueless about "their own respective departments", pissing off customers like Hank, and have supervision over older and wiser coworkers. Notably Buckley, who [[spoiler: died in a propane explosion after failing to listen to Hank's advice not to drag the propane tank by the nozzle, thus causing a leak.]]
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** Worth mentioning that all the young employees at Mega-Lo Mart are clueless about "their about''their own respective departments", departments'', pissing off customers like Hank, and have supervision over older and wiser coworkers. Notably Buckley, who [[spoiler: died in a propane explosion after failing to listen to Hank's advice not to drag the propane tank by the nozzle, thus causing a leak.]]
19th Jan '16 8:02:42 PM IceLord0101
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** Worth mentioning that all the young employees at Mega-Lo Mart are clueless in their department, pissing off customers like Hank, and have supervision over older and wiser coworkers. Notably Buckley, who [[spoiler: died in a propane explosion after failing to listen to Hank's advice not to drag the propane tank by the nozzle, thus causing a leak.]]
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** Worth mentioning that all the young employees at Mega-Lo Mart are clueless in their department, about "their own respective departments", pissing off customers like Hank, and have supervision over older and wiser coworkers. Notably Buckley, who [[spoiler: died in a propane explosion after failing to listen to Hank's advice not to drag the propane tank by the nozzle, thus causing a leak.]]
16th Jan '16 6:01:30 PM LarryGlasses
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** Trip Larson's death involved him being utterly messed up in the head while trying to shape Luanne into his wife's image as seen in the products. While wearing a pig outfit and riding on an active conveyor belt (he was chasing after Luanne), he gets shocked in the head (which makes him snap out of his mental state), but he gets skewered alive and turned into human pork.
1st Jan '16 12:10:58 PM Ccook1956
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* PantyShot: Luann in "Luann Virgin 2.0."
27th Dec '15 9:45:55 AM DerJermeister
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** Arlen alternates between having Shady Pines and Shiny Pines as a trailer park.
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