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 Posted:   Aug 15, 2019 - 2:51 PM   
 By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

With news last year that the show is coming back, and that I already covered "The Simpsons", I thought I should do the other animated show I enjoyed (before "Family Guy" was a thing).

Featuring various composers, including John Frizzell.


By: John O'Connor

  • 18:15 in.

    Hank: "Mister, I have not yet begun to project my anger onto you."

    "Square Peg"
    By: Jeffrey Baxter

  • 0:25 in.
  • 12:04 in.

    Well, proof that Bobby ain't right: he was watching "Barney the Dinosaur" on TV.

    Hank: "What? Where the hell are my elbows going to be that they need to be smooth?"

     Posted:   Aug 16, 2019 - 2:27 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 1:

    "The Order of the Straight Arrow"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 3:14 in.
  • 5:30/5:50 in.
  • 11:45 in.

    "You have the coolest mom. And she smells like Miracle Whip."

    Hank: "Stop fooling around! We got to bury that thing fast!"
    Bobby: "We can't just bury it, dad, remember? Wematanye wants us to honor the bird's sacred spirit," speaking of the endangered bird they accidentally killed.
    Hank: "And we will do just that in the dumpster behind Stuckey's."

    "Hank's Got the Willies"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 0:00 in.
  • 9:30 in.
  • 12:40/12:20 in.
  • 14:14 in.

    "Luanne's Saga"
    By: The Refreshments

    This is not only their only effort for the series., but their only score at all. They also did the theme for the show.

  • 1:33 in.
  • 6:50 in.
  • 18:04 in.

    First appearance of Chuck Mangione, who plays himself. He also later scored an episode of the series.

    Hank: "Now, I'm not saying you're not good at what you do, I'm just sayin' I'm better. I went in there and fixed her, like fixin' a carburetor. And you know what? It was fun. Like fixin' a carburetor."

     Posted:   Aug 17, 2019 - 2:51 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 1:

    "Hank's Unmentionable Problem"
    By: Jeffrey Baxter

  • 9:28/10:40/11:38 in.
  • 12:31 in.
  • 14:29 in.
  • 16:04 in.

    "Westie Side Story"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 7:14 in.
  • 10:18 in.
  • 14:02 in.
  • 15:44 in.
  • 17:30 in.

    Khan: "You honor me by giving me gas."

    "Shins of the Father"
    By: Greg Edmonson

  • 2:54 in.
  • 16:42/17:20 in.
  • 18:25 in.
  • in.

    Bobby: "Uwwwu -- she's moody; must be PBS."

     Posted:   Aug 19, 2019 - 3:46 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Finishing SEASON 1:

    "Peggy the Boggle Champ"
    By: Jeffrey Baxter

    This is Baxter's final effort for the series.

  • 4:45/5:30 in. And the cue after the commercial break.
  • 9:45 in.
  • 14:10/15:42/16:49 in.

    Now, some words about Baxter.
    Baxter appears to have retired from his short scoring career early. While other composers might try to move fruitlessly into some other field, this was not an issue for Baxter, who -- reading over this Wikipedia page -- appears to be a genius. His other work includes working on missile technology, top secret clearances, contracts on missile technology, working on the NASA Exploration Systems Advisory Committee, and he almost ran for Congress back in 1999. And more. This guy has probably been a part of technology that has protected our country and saved lives.

    Dale: "I tell ya, I hate to see Nancy cooped up all Sunday playin' that Boggle. It's a beautiful day; she ought to be outside hangin' my laundry."

    Luanne: "Boy, aunt Peg', the words I don't know could fill a dictionary."

    "Keeping Up with Our Joneses"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 1:08/2:56/3:35 in.
  • 4:07/4:36 in.
  • 5:30 in. An unexpected, although brief, jazz/noir'-ish piece.
  • 6:15 in. Is this a parody is "Basic Instinct"?
  • 6:43 in.
  • 14:44/15:19/17:15/17:45 in.

    Hank: "I got the strangest feeling somebody's gonna kick his ass."

    "King of the Ant Hill"
    By: Davey Johnstone & Bob Birch

    This is the only effort by either composer for the series.

  • 0:26/523 in.
  • 4:48 in.
  • 14:19 in.

    This is the only scoring credit for either composer. Both have worked for Elton John.
    Davey Johnstone has done additional music on some Zimmer scores as well as well as playing on some scores.

    Dale: "While I was blacked out, was anything inserted into me?"

    "Plastic White Female"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 4:59 in.
  • 7:01 in.
  • 11:20/11:42 in.
  • 13:58 in.
  • 14:44 in.
  • 16:49 in.

    Hank: "Hey, if Ron Reagan dyed his hair -- and I'm not saying he did -- it was only to show his strength to the communists."

    Hank: "Look, Bobby, I'm as open-minded as the next guy, but just so you know: most states won't let you marry a plastic head."

     Posted:   Aug 20, 2019 - 3:38 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    SEASON 2:

    "How to Fire a Rifle Without Really Trying"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 4:54 in.
  • 7:20 in.
  • 14:52 in. Montage cue (nearly a minute long).
  • 16:53 in.
  • 17:52 in.

    Bobby: "Can I put a gun rack on my bike?"
    Hank: "You know how long I've been waiting for you to ask me that?"

    "Texas City Twister"
    By: Lance Rubin (slowed down a little; volume is lower)

  • 5:03 in.
  • 6:25 in.
  • 1242 in.
  • 14:44/15:24/17:28/20:35 in.

    Hank: "Ugh. Six am and already the boy ain't right."

    Shiney Pines Landlord: "Sir, if you're calling me a liar you better have something stronger than an umbrella," holding a wrench threateningly.
    Hank: "Nine iron," shows the golf club.
    Shiney Pines Landlord: "You all have a nice day," walks away after tipping his hat.

    Luanne: "You think Alex Trebek is sexy, aunt Peg'?"
    Peggy: "Get out of my mind, Luanne."

    Hank: "Sometimes you gotta stop vomiting in the baby bird's mouth and kick her out of the nest."

    "Arrow Head"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 0:27/8:37 in.
  • 2:09 in.
  • 14:27/15:10 in.

    Peggy: "It's British comedy. You may not understand all of it at first because it's more sophisticated than what we're used to."
    Bobby: ""That man is wearing a dress."
    Peggy: "Exactly."

    Hank: "Don't turn dinner into school, Peggy; dinner is one of the few things bobby's good at."

    By: Lance Rubin

  • 0:27 in.
  • 1:31/1:57/8:24 in. Lose Vince Guaraldi Charlie Brown parodies.
  • 6:54 in.
  • About 10:00 in.
  • 15:44 in.
  • 18:03 in.

     Posted:   Aug 21, 2019 - 4:03 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:

    "Jumpin' Crack Bass"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 1:09 in.
  • 3:52 in.
  • 5:01/5:54 in.
  • 9:07/9:43/0:27 in.
  • 17:53 in.
  • 18:24 in.

    "Husky Bobby"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 3:13 in.
  • 5:49 in.
  • 13:58/14:52/14:23 in.
  • 15:50 in.

    Hank: "Well, let's go tell Bobby he's fat."

    Hank: "Bobby, I know you're probably pretty upset with me now, but one day you'll understand how much love it takes to crush a little boy's dreams."

    Hank: "I'm in a crisis situation here, I got to go find bobby; you two take turns kicking each other's asses."

    Bobby: "You can't make me leave, dad, I'm going on first; I've never been first at anything."
    Hank: "Tell you what, you can be the first to drop out of this show."

    "The Man Who Shot Cane Skretteburg"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 5:43 in.
  • 7:38 in.
  • 12:04/12:40 in.
  • 14:40 in. A parody of "The Great Escape" march.
  • 16:00/17:27/18:10/18:46 in. Another parody of the Bernstein score, but more loose.

    Hank: "All right, men, let's go paint some asses."

    Hank: "It's never too early to think about dying."

    "The Son That Got Away"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 4:55 in.
  • 548 in.
  • 7:00 in.
  • 16:39 in.
  • 18:18 in.

    The fictional character Monsignor Martinez, seen on TV, believe it or not, got a live-action spin-off pilot that never aired. I was not able to find out who scored it, but I assume one of the series' main composers did it.

    Khan's birthday is this episode; 41 years old.

    Khan: "I'm gonna die like English Patient girlfriend ... long painful boring death!"

     Posted:   Aug 22, 2019 - 3:30 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 2:

    "The Company Man"
    By: Roger Neill (load slowed down)

  • 11:28 in.

    Mr. Halloway: "What kind of Texas jukebox is that anyhow? It doesn't even have the theme from 'Dallas'!"

    Bobby: "I've given up on dad. The man I admire most now is Colonel Sanders."

    "Bobby Slam"
    By: John O'Connor (load slowed down)

  • 1:18/2:22 in.
  • 6:06 in. Short semi inspirational-like baseball music (doesn't have a chance to go all out).
  • 18:53/21:43 in. Loose Mars Bringer of War parody, which then turns into dainty classical-esque music.

    Peggy: "Hank, what if Bobby was a girl?"
    Hank: "Well, that's just it, Peggy, I don't think we have to worry about that anymore."

    "The Unbearable Blindness of Laying"
    By: John Frizzell (load slowed down)

  • 0:27 in. Christmas classic turned country with a beat (faded out early; presumably John recorded more to be used as needed). Knocked it out of the park on the first cue. More for the end credits.
  • 3:01/5:05 in.
  • 5:45 in.
  • 21:40 in.

    Hank: "Mom, we're in public; one hand only, okay?"
    Tilly: "But I missed you."
    Hank: "Thank you very much."

    Peggy: "Use that laser on my husband right now!"

    "Meet the Manger Babies"
    By: John O'Connor (NEW LOAD as of September 17; times may not line up)

  • 1:19 in.
  • 1:57/2:31 in.
  • 3:18 in.
  • 9:22 in.
  • 16:58 in.
  • 19:29/21:35 in.

    Hank: "Well, if it costs twenty-five cents to make you smile, it's a bargain."

    Luanne: "I think God has a plan for me and it involves puppets."

    "Snow Job"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 0:30/1:14 in.
  • 1:55/8:30/2:15 in.
  • 13:00/13:19 in.
  • 14:30/15:02 in.
  • 16:53 in.
  • 18:22 in.

    Mr. Strickland: "Propane -- God's gas."

    "I Remember Mono"
    By: Chuck Mangione

    This is Mangione's only effort for the series. He, of course, continues to play himself in episodes of the series.

  • 0:27/2:55 in.
  • 1:40 in.
  • 8:16 in. Brief.
  • 8:27/12:00/13:36 in.
  • 14:42/15:47 in.
  • 18:15 in. And the end credits piece that follows.

    Dale: "Toss a little wuuu at her and see what sticks."

    "Three Days of the Kahndo"
    By: John O'Connor (load slowed down)

  • 3:56 in.
  • 7:52/7:20 in.
  • 12:31/9:35 in.
  • 21:42 in.

    10:09 in: How a Zimmer fan talks about the one-note Joker theme and Zimmer's response.

    Dale: "But if the key fit you must acquit."

    Hank: "America is my country and I wouldn't enter her in any way that's un-natural."

    "Traffic Jam"
    By: Chuck D and Gary G-Wiz (Carlton Douglas Ridenhour and Gary Rinaldo) (both are rappers) (load slowed down)

    This is the only effort for the series by either composer.

  • 0:27 in.

    Hank: "You see, show business is inherently evil."

    "Hank's Dirty Laundry"
    By: Roger Neill (load slowed down)

  • 0:27 in.
  • 9:37 in.
  • 13:17 in.
  • 21:00 in.
  • 21:25 in.

    Judge: "And let the record show Hank Hill really knows his pornography."

     Posted:   Aug 23, 2019 - 3:03 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Finishing SEASON 2:

    "The Final Shinsult"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 438 in.
  • 4:54/6:33 in.
  • 9:27 in.
  • 12:57 in.
  • 15:04 in.
  • 16:19/16:53 in.
  • 18:13 in.

    Cotton: "Hank, I gutted a man and he whined less than you."

    "Leanne's Saga"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 7:15 in.
  • 12:53 in.
  • 16:55/17:39 in.
  • 18:55 in.

    Luanne's mother gets out of prison and sais it's been three-hundred and something days since she's been able to drink. So that means all of season one and most of season two took place during that time, since her mother was already in prison when the show began.

    Peggy has a brother (not seen, only referenced).

    "Junkie Business"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 6:07 in.
  • 15:52 in.
  • 18:45 in.

    Hank: "Leon's perfect, Peggy; he's like Bobby but without all that stuff Bobby does."

    "Life in the Fast Lane, Bobby's Saga"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 3:43 in.
  • 6:55 in.
  • 8:00 in.
  • 17:17/17:37 in.

    "Peggy's Turtle Song"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 14:43 in.
  • 17:17 in.

    Hank: "Now wait a minute, Peggy -- crazy is a very strong word, you're just thinking out loud; Bobby's crazy."

    "Propane Boom"
    By: John Frizzell

  • 3:50 in.
  • 6:13 in.
  • 13:03 in.
  • 15:04/16:16/17:34/17:59/18:14 in.
  • 16:35 in.

    Peggy: "Ummm, that Chuck Mangione is one class act.""

    Hank: "I hugged you!"

    Hank: "I don't know whether to laugh or vomit."

    And that concludes season two.

    I should note I was wrong, the show is not coming back. Mike Judge is in talks to bring it back, only he wants to not bring it back as was, but have the time from when it ended to when it comes back, to have passed in the series so the characters have aged. Works for me.

     Posted:   Aug 24, 2019 - 2:54 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    SEASON 3:

    "Death of a Propane Salesman"
    By: John Frizzell

  • 0:05 in.
  • 0:41 in.
  • 1:13 in.
  • 5:50/5:59/11:10/12:25/14:46/15:49 (and after the commercial break)in. There's probably a good order to put these into for a suite, but I'm not going to take the time
  • 10:12 in.
  • 12:55 in.
  • 16:46/18:44 in.

    Hank: "Peggy, I am in the middle of de-crumbing the toaster."
    Bobby: "Save the crumbs!"

    "And They Call It Bobby Love"
    By: John O'Connor
    Additional Music By: Roger Neill

  • 4:00 in.
  • 10:14 in.
  • 16:08/16:38 in.
  • 18:22 in.

    Hank: "Bobby has a girlfriend? All right, son," a few seconds of silence, "She's real, right son? I mean, she's not imaginary or on a cereal box or anything is she?"
    Bobby: "No."
    Hank: "All right."

    "Peggy's Headache"
    By: Lance Rubin (load slowed down)

  • 0:27/2:35/4:35 in.
  • 8:01/10:07/9:52/17:14/19:13/15:40 in.
  • 11:48 in.
  • 18:20 in.
  • 21:43 in.

    Bobby: "Did anyone else sniff today's garbage? And I thought yesterday's garbage smelled good!"

    Hank: "Ballpark nachos: you don't buy them, you only rent them."

    "Pregnant Paws"
    By: Lance Rubin (load slowed down)

  • 0:29/0:40 in.
  • 3:08 in.
  • 6:11 in.
  • 11:28/8:00 in.
  • 13:00 in.
  • 15:12 in.
  • 16:05 in.
  • 17:30/20:00/20:50 in.
  • 19:02 in.

     Posted:   Aug 26, 2019 - 3:35 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 3:

    "Next of Shin"
    By: Roger Neill (load slowed down)

  • 0:00 in.
  • 8:49 in.
  • 9:49 in.
  • 11:18 in.
  • 17:55 in.
  • 18:03 in.
  • 21:01 in.

    Dale: "Just so you know: I'm willing to drink beer you sat on, I'm just not willing to reach for it."

    Mr. Strickland: "I was trying to be polite, son; I saw the forms from your weenie doctor."

    Cotton: "Good God, have you gotten fatter, fatty?"
    Bill: "Sir, yes, sir!"

    "Peggy's Pageant Fever"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 5:53 in.
  • 10:02 in.
  • 16:30/16:52 in.

    "Nine Pretty Darn Angry Men"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 4:19/18:19 in.
  • 5:47 in.
  • 14:40 in.
  • 15:48/16:38 in.
  • 17:27 in.

    Cotton says the guys were standing in the same place they were when he last came, two months go, so that means it's been at least two months since "Next of Shin".

    Bill says he got divorced in 1991. I'm noting it now 'cause I figure it'll be contradicted later.

    Hank: "Ah, dad, could you please show mom some respect while Bobby is in the room?"
    Cotton: "You heard him, Bobby, leave the room."

    Cotton: "Good God you got a fat neck, Hank."

    Bill: "You have been speaking for me for, I don't know how long."
    Hank: "Years and years."
    Bill: "Oh, that sounds about right."

    "Good Hill Hunting"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 2:57 in.
  • 9:24
  • 12:20 in.
  • 13:40/14:56 in.
  • 17:00 in.

    "Pretty, Pretty Dresses"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 1:13/16:09 in.
  • 5:20 in.
  • 7:22/8:01 in.

    "A Fire-fighting We Will Go"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 9:54 in.
  • 14:04/14:37 in.
  • 4:42/16:40/12:10 in.
  • 18:58 in.

    Hank: "Comma numbskull comma shut up!"

    Rusty: "What a moron. Maybe he rest in peace."

     Posted:   Aug 27, 2019 - 9:49 AM   
     By:   Goatmeal   (Member)

    IIRC: when KOTH was going off the air in 2010, I though I read somewhere (can't find it online, maybe in print?) from Mike Judge or one of the producer/producers that the 13-years-worth of TV episodes supposedly covered a "real-time" period of about 4 years...

     Posted:   Aug 27, 2019 - 4:05 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 3:

    "To Spank with Love"
    By: Roger Neill (load slowed down)

  • 0:00/21:32 in.
  • 5:25 in.
  • 13:32 in.
  • 14:04/14:44/17:15 in.
  • 16:05 in.
  • 19:51 in.

    Dooley: "I pulled your pants down."

    Hank: "I miss voting for that man." (speaking of Ronald Reagan)

    "De-Kahnstructing Henry"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 3:30/4:10 in.
  • 14:33/15:05/15:28 in.

    Khan: "Where's redneck?"

    Hank: "Peggy, is it my fault he makes people hate him? I don't whisper in his hear every morning 'Be a jerk'; that comes from within." (speaking of Khan)

    "The Wedding of Bobby Hill"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 2:47 in.
  • 9:25/10:20/11:22 in.

    Bobby: "Dad, I'm in my underpants."
    Hank: "Yeah, that was your decision and you gotta live with it."

    Hank: "Why you do a lot of things is a mystery to me." (to Bobby)

    "Sleight of Hank"
    By: Greg Edmonson

  • 1:44 in.

    Hank: "I live in the real world where men sell propane and propane accessories."

    "Jon Vitti Presents: 'Return to La Grunta'"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 8:17/8:58 in. The synth cues.
  • 17:13 in.

    From time-to-time the producers of the show just love "Feels so Good" by Chuck Mangione so much, that they fit it in in some way; this time Peggy hums it briefly.

    Bobby: "I could be a golf course drink girl."

    Luanne: "Looking pretty in public is just asking for trouble, so I borrowed some of your cloths." (to Peggy)

    "Escape from Party Island"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 18:04/18:31 in.

    Hank: "I could commit you like that."

    "Love Hurts and So Does Art"
    By: John O'Connor (load is slowed down)

  • 19:10 in.

     Posted:   Aug 28, 2019 - 4:27 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Finishing SEASON 3:

    "Hank's Cowboy Movie"
    By: Greg Edmonson (load slowed down)

  • 1:53 in. The trombone work here kind of made me think of Goldsmith and later Trek work.
  • 2:44 in.
  • 12:38 in.
  • 19:09 in. Acoustic guitar cue.
  • 20:17 in.
  • 21:17 in.

    Hank: "Get off there, Bobby, you're not eighteen." (to Bobby, on a vibrating bed)

    John Redcorn: "Nancy has a headache and requires treatment."

    Bobby: "Dad's talkin' to the Tom Landry plate again."

    "Dog Dale Afternoon"
    By: Roger Neill (load slowed down)

  • 3:47 in.
  • 5:02 in.
  • 6:50 in.
  • 13:49/14:50 in. And after the commercial break.
  • 20:15 in.

    Hank: "I'm as a good a friend as a weirdo like you is ever gonna have!"

    "Revenge of the Lutefisk"
    By: Lance Rubin

  • 7:48/15:54/8:32 in.
  • 12:54 in.

    What Bobby did was Bart bad, but with a Homer-level escalation.

    Luanne: "Ugh, I hate hate."

    "Death and Texas"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 2:45/6:21 in. There's a brief lull in the first cue.
  • 11:59 in.
  • 18:20 in.

    Dale: "My word in my bond, sir. due to the fact that the state wouldn't bond me. Or insure me."

    Dale: "'scuse me -- you know if these gloves are good for killin' a man?"

    "Wings of the Dope"
    By: John O'Connor (load slowed down)

  • 4:45 in.
  • 9:02 in.
  • 17:06 in.

    "Take Me Out of the Ball Game"
    By: Greg Edmonson

  • 4:06: in.
  • 9:44 in. Disco/country baseball playing music.
  • 12:34 in.
  • 16:02 in.
  • 17:08 in. Begins sad and rises slowly to a release. Almost two minutes long.

    Chuck Mangione: plays part of "Feels So Good" in funeral trumpet work (another episode) and now in the national anthem.
    CinemaSins voice: "Chuck Mangione is a dick to the national anthem."

    "As Old as the Hills"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 13:53 in.
  • 16:36/18:03 in.

    Hank: "My fellows haven't reached the end zone in twelve years."

    Hank: "Peggy, you were right, it's amazing; it's like selling a million grills at the same time. With extended warranties."

    Twenty-five episodes this season!

     Posted:   Aug 29, 2019 - 3:21 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    SEASON 4:

    "Peggy Hill: The Decline and Fall"
    By: Roger Neill

    CinemaSins voice: "She survives this."

  • 0:00 in.
  • 0:44/1:50 in.
  • 453 in.
  • 5:52 in.
  • 17:15 in.
  • 18:45 in.

    Cotton: "Where my new dependent? I'm supposed to look at it."

    "Cotton's Plot"
    By: Greg Edmonson

  • 5:34/6:14/6:26 in.
  • 7:38 in.
  • 8:37 in.
  • 10:30/11:11 in.
  • 12:35/13:41 in.
  • 16:44 in.
  • 17:09 in.

    I find it rather remarkable how they turned such an awful person as Cotton, into a good person for just one episode.

    Cotton: "Tojo had me cooped up in a rat cage. There was nothing to eat accept rats, so that's what I ate. After two weeks I was down to my last rat. I let him live so I could eat his droppings; called it 'jungle rice'."

    Cotton: "You ready to have me more than you ever hated anybody in your life?"
    Peggy: "I already do!"
    Cotton: "Then we're half way there."

    Hank: "So I was right; that's not important right now."

    "Bills Are Made to Be Broken"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 6:20 in.
  • 8:44 in.
  • 16:48 in.
  • 10:35/18:35 in.

    While no time passage has been stated on screen, it's obvious a few months have lapsed between this episode and the previous one, as Peggy is now walking with no effort.

    "Little Horrors of Shop"
    By: Greg Edmonson and Roger Neill

  • 2:32 in.
  • 12:04 in.
  • 15:53 in.
  • 17:11/18:10 in.

    Peggy says it's been two months since the accident.

    Hank: "Couldn't I just take my vacation at my desk?"

    Hank: "A younger with a tool in both hands has no hands left to do drugs."
    Principal: "They'll just put the tools down if they want to do the drugs bad enough."

     Posted:   Aug 30, 2019 - 2:16 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 4:

    "Aisle 8A"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 8:07 in.
  • 9:07/10:49 in.
  • 9:57 in.
  • 13:39 in.
  • 18:44 in.

    How did Khan get a job and have enough time to do it well enough to think he'd get promoted "finally", when he lost his job last season?

    Hank: "Peggy is my wife and I want her disturbed right now!"

    "A Beer Can Named Desire"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 1:23 in.
  • 3:28/4:29 in.
  • 5:43/9:43/18:49 in.
  • 13:47/14:21/1444 in.
  • 18:21 in.

    Hank: "I have never poured out a beer, even to put out a grass fire."

    "Happy Hank's Giving"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 639 in.
  • 9:05 in.
  • 11:55/14:10/14:21 in.
  • 12:05/12:25 in.
  • 15:10/15:29/15:56 in.

    "Not in My Back Hoe"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 0:26 in.
  • 9:06 in. I know it's really short, but I like it.
  • 16:29 in.

    Hank: "Just a one-time thing with a guy in a parking lot, you know? That's all."

     Posted:   Aug 31, 2019 - 2:12 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 4:

    "To Kill a Ladybird"
    By: Greg Edmonson (NEW link as of September 18, 2019)

  • 2:45 in.
  • 4:56/5:36/6:16 in.
  • 10:10 in.
  • 14:04 in.
  • 18:55 in.

    By: John Frizzell

  • 0:26 in.
  • 2:14 in.
  • 10:13/11:11/8:52 in.
  • 15:16 in.

    Remember when Y2K was a thing? The media hype of mass hysteria from failing computer, planes falling from the sky, cats and dogs living together!

    "Old Glory"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 2:52 in. Patriotic montage cue; brass, piccolo, snare, some strings.
  • 4:55 in.
  • 14:03/16:27 in.
  • 16:56/17:59 in.

    "Rodeo Days"
    By: Greg Edmonson

  • 0:47 in.
  • 3:28/3:39 in.
  • 4:25 in.
  • 9:05 in.
  • 16:54/18:19 in.
  • 18:30 in.

    Hank: After seeing Bobby dressed as a cowboy and becoming proud, "Let's go eat some steaks."

    There's an upcoming animated TV series called "Bless the Harts", which officially takes place in the "King of the Hill" universe, though not a spin off. The shows creator sought and got permission to use the fake storm chain from KotH called Mega Lo Mart in this new show.

    In Mike Judge news, the studio and Judge are interested in doing another Beavis and Butthead movie.

     Posted:   Sep 3, 2019 - 2:41 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 4:

    "Hanky Panky"
    By: John O'Connor (load slowed down)

  • 1:37 in.
  • 2:45 in.
  • 15:29/16:29/19:29 in.
  • 20:25 in.

    Mr. Strickland: "Shut up now is what'cha goin' ta do."

    "High Anxiety"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 2:27/3:17 in.
  • 7:35 in.
  • 0:45/8:20/9:33 in.
  • 16:44 in.

    Bobby: "I want to be the first chubby comic to live passed thirty-five."

    "Naked Ambition"
    By: John Frizzell (load slowed down)

  • 0:27 in.
  • 2:29 in.
  • 3:22 in.
  • 4:32/5:19/8:29/8:52/16:03 in.
  • 13:38 in.
  • 17:12 in. Lower octave piano, bongos, percussion for breaking out. Almost a minute and-a-half long.
  • 19:47/20:16/21:07 in.

    I like the B-plot of this episode where all of Hank's "friends" manage to get committed.

    Hank: "Thee, ah, ten-footer ought to do it."

    "Movin' on Up"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 15:42 in.
  • 17:52 in.

    Bobby: "Guys can shave their legs, too? That's very interesting..."
    Hank: "Peggy."
    Peggy: "Boddy!"
    Bobby: "Sorry dad!"

     Posted:   Sep 4, 2019 - 2:31 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Continuing SEASON 4:

    "Bill of Sales"
    By: Greg Edmonson

  • 1:20/6:54 in.
  • 4:19/4:47 in.
  • 7:25 in.
  • 9:48/10:26 in.
  • 16:46 in.

    Bill just gets creepier each season.

    I seriously thought the ending was going to be that Bill was just buying all the product and storing it at his house.

    Luanne: "The news? You watched the news yesterday."

    Hank: "You must have confused him; being dumped on is all Bill knows."

    "Won't You Pimai Neighbor?"
    By: John O'Connor

  • 6:04 in.
  • 1020/1143 in.
  • 16:49/18:29 in.
  • 17:22/17:38 in.

    Khan: "Okay, this real simple: you all come to my big Pimai party, get out of you stinking pig-pens for a night, see what it's like to live in a Pottery Barn catalogue."

    Hank: "You're talkin' like a song from 'The Lion King'."

    Hank: "Lord, Hank Hill here; Methodist. Sorry about missin' the homeless prayer service. now, about Bobby, I'm pretty sure we're on the same page about this Llama thing. I was kinda hopin' that you could have him fail this test tomorrow; you know, like you had him fail to many other tests in the past. Ah, oh, and ah, the starving kids. Gotta go, amen."

    "Hank's Bad Hair Day"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 7:37 in. Wish that had been longer.
  • 8:04 in.
  • 13:15 in.
  • 17:42 in.

    Peggy says Christmas is eight months away, which in real life, at the time, was how far Christmas was away.

    "Meet the Propaniacs"
    By: Roger Neill (NEW LINK; load is slowed down)

  • 3:51 in.
  • 17:44 in. Solo acoustic guitar and strings piece.

    : "The New York Times Magazine? Published by he New York Times newspaper? Oh, Bobby..."
    : "I wasn't reading the articles."

     Posted:   Sep 4, 2019 - 3:00 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    As an aisde, Chuck Mangione also scored one movie and I thought this thread should be used rather than create a separate one for it.
    The Children of Sanchez:

    Music and Lyrics by: Chuck Mangione

  • 6:16 in.
  • 58:07 in.
  • 1:02:13 in.
  • 1:13:45 in.
  • 1:29:03 in. There's some singing, but it's mainly music (nudity warning).

    It's a weird mix of stuff, but the cues work as stand-alone listens.

     Posted:   Sep 5, 2019 - 2:05 PM   
     By:   Justin Boggan   (Member)

    Finishing SEASON 4:

    "Nancy Boys"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 4:44 in. The lounge-y jazz source music (solo piano and solo double bass).
  • 17:55/18:39 in.

    John Redcorn is 36 years old.

    Dale: "Boy, if they gave an Olympic medal in Sexual Gymnastics, I would have taken home the silver last night."

    Dale: "Are you sure you're not an alien? Because you just abducted my heart." (to his wife)

    "Flush with Power"
    By: Greg Edmonson

  • 0:27 in.
  • 12:14 in.
  • 18:35 in.

    LOL, the size of the balls on Bobby this episode!

    Khan: "Hey, McNugget, what the hell are you doing?!" (to Bobby)

    "Transnational Amusements Presents: Peggy's Magic Sex Feet"
    By: Roger Neill

  • 5:25 in.
  • 16:57 in. It's Morning in Arlen Again.

    Peggy wears a size sixteen and-a-half shoe.

    "Peggy's Fan Fair"
    By: Greg Edmonson (NEW link as of 9-18-19)

  • 13:08/13:53 in.

    Hank: "Well, I'll punch him this time."

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