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* PopCulturesUrbanLegends: 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.

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* PopCulturesUrbanLegends: PopCultureUrbanLegends: 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. promotion.
** Another claims Tid Pao calling Bobby a "pig fucker" instead of pig farmer in ''Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do", and that you could see Trip Larson's dangling corpse in the final scene of ''Pigmolian'', but they were EditedForSyndication. No proof has come out that either scene existed.


* PopCulturesUrbanLegends: 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.



* UrbanLegends: 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.


** David Herman voices just about every minor male character that isn't played by a CelebrityVoiceActor or Toby Huss. Especially whenever they're a "Twig boy" who antagonizes Hank or other characters-- Anthony Page, Lloyd Vickers, Tony Pope, etc.

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** David Herman voices just about every minor male character that isn't played by a CelebrityVoiceActor or Toby Huss. Especially whenever they're a "Twig boy" who antagonizes Hank or other characters-- Anthony Page, Eustace, Lloyd Vickers, Tony Pope, etc.


** David Herman voices just about every minor male character that isn't played by a CelebrityVoiceActor or Toby Huss. Especially whenever they're a "Twig boy" who antagonizes Hank or other characters-- Anthony Page, Lloyd Vickers, Tony Pope, etc.

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** David Herman voices just about every minor male character that isn't played by a CelebrityVoiceActor or Toby Huss. Especially whenever they're a "Twig boy" who antagonizes Hank or other characters-- Anthony Page, Lloyd Vickers, Tony Pope, etc.etc.
** Creator/FredWillard played the recurring Officer Brown in later seasons, as well as the nigh-identical Park Ranger Bradley in "Phish and Wildlife".


** David Herman voices just about every minor male character that isn't played by a CelebrityVoiceActor or Toby Huss.

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** David Herman voices just about every minor male character that isn't played by a CelebrityVoiceActor or Toby Huss. Especially whenever they're a "Twig boy" who antagonizes Hank or other characters-- Anthony Page, Lloyd Vickers, Tony Pope, etc.


* DivorcedInstallment: Was meant to be a ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' spinoff with Hank being Tom Anderson's son but Fox couldn't get access to the characters.

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* DivorcedInstallment: Was meant to be a ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead'' spinoff with Hank being Tom Anderson's son but Fox couldn't get access to the characters.



** Hank's father was originally going to be Mr. Anderson from ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' (appropriate given the similarities in their character). ExecutiveMeddling shot that down as they didn't want any crossover between the two shows, thus Cotton was developed in his place.

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** Hank's father was originally going to be Mr. Anderson from ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead'' (appropriate given the similarities in their character). ExecutiveMeddling shot that down as they didn't want any crossover between the two shows, thus Cotton was developed in his place.



* 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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* WriteWhoYouKnow: Mike Judge based Boomhauer's voice on a MotorMouth phone call he received complaining about ''Beavis and Butt-head'', Butt-Head'', which the caller referred to as "Porky's Bunghole".

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* UncreditedRole: Stephen Root (voice of Bill Dauterive, Buck Struckland, and other minor characters) was uncredited during the first three seasons.


* DivircedInstalment: Was meant to be a ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' spinoff with Hank being Tom Anderson's son but Fox couldn't get access to the characters.

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* DivircedInstalment: DivorcedInstallment: Was meant to be a ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' spinoff with Hank being Tom Anderson's son but Fox couldn't get access to the characters.


* DivircedInstallment: Was meant to be a ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' spinoff with Hank being Tom Anderson's son but Fox couldn't get access to the characters.

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* DivircedInstallment: DivircedInstalment: Was meant to be a ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' spinoff with Hank being Tom Anderson's son but Fox couldn't get access to the characters.

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* DivircedInstallment: Was meant to be a ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead'' spinoff with Hank being Tom Anderson's son but Fox couldn't get access to the characters.

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* BlandNameProduct: In "Cops and Robert", Bazooms! is Hooters in everything but name.


** [[Series/GetALife Chris]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} Elliott]] is [[TheDanza 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]], 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".Monster" (the last one also had his father [[Radio/BobAndRay Bob]] as Edgar Hornsby and his daughter [[Creator/AbbyElliott Abby]] in a minor role as a clerk).


* InMemoriam: "The Order of the Straight Arrow" was dedicated to Victor Aaron, the original voice of John Redcorn who has passed away by the time the episode aired.

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* InMemoriam: "The Order of the Straight Arrow" was dedicated to Victor Aaron, the original voice of John Redcorn who has had passed away by the time the episode aired.

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* InMemoriam: "The Order of the Straight Arrow" was dedicated to Victor Aaron, the original voice of John Redcorn who has passed away by the time the episode aired.

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