King of the Hill Opening Theme


King of the Hill Extended Opening Theme

Plot Outline:

King of the Hill is a hilarious adult cartoon about the Hill family, their neighbours, their jobs and basically, their lives, in the little town of Arlen in Texas. Read on below for our character introductions for the Hill family and their close friends.

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Hank Hill
Hank is the centre of the comedy. He is devoted to his wife Peggy who he has been with for 20 years of his life. Of course, he loves her dearly but would appreiciate it if she kept a bit more quiet when discussing bodily functions, sex organs, and of course his narrow urethra. The next thing in Hank's life is propane, and propane accessories. Hank is proud of his country and of the state of Texas.

Peggy Hill
As a mother, wife and subsitute teacher, Peggy definetly does have her hands full. She works hard, plays hard, loves hard - especially her son Bobby. She is recognized by family and neighbours as the smartest person in Arlen and is Arlen's 1996 Substitute Teacher of the Year. She is a strong-willed Texan woman with a mind of her own - she demands and often gets total respect.

Bobby Hill
Bobby is Hank and Peggy's 12 year pride and joy. Bobby is not unlike the boys his age - that is, he loves video games, TV and snacks. As part of his sexual awakening, he experienced his first kiss with a plastic beauty mannequin. He has also given up smoking.

Dale Gribble
Dale is Hank's closest neighbour and one of his best friends. Dale's profession is an exterminator. He has his own insecticide, which has somehow been very unsuccesful. Possibily because it's nearly all gasoline. Ok, it's all gasoline. Dale believes everything he sees on "The X-Files" and he thinks the world is about to be taken over by a powerful supercomputer known solely as "The Beast". Dale hates the government and big organisations - with the possible (only possible) exception of the General Tobacco Company. Dale is married to Nancy and they have one son together, Joseph. He is often found with his best friend Bobby.

Boomhauer
Just say "Boomhauer" to anyone, and chances are you'll get a sentence back containing his favourite phrase: "Dang 'ol". Boomhauer's slurred and nearly uncomprehensible speech can only be understood by Hank who usually is able to "translate" this!

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Contact:
To write to the cast or a cast member, write a letter or to request an autograph, here is the address:

The official contact address for the show is:

King of the Hill
PO Box 900
Beverly Hills, CA 90213-0900

Also, to contact animators on the show, you can write c/o the show's animation studio, Film Roman, at:

Film Roman
12020 Chandler Blvd
Suite 300
North Hollywood, CA 91607



Downloads:

The following sound files are small and you can listen/watch them by clicking on the link and waiting or you can save them to your hard disk by right-clicking then picking "Save Target As..."

bra, being a slut, Factory Preset Position, Pee Now!

I included many Boomhauer audio files so we can have fun at guessing what exactly he's saying.
Alcohol, Bob Dylan, Dang Ol' Onion Soup Powder , Dang Ol' Spark Plugs , A Flyin' Cow , Golf , Gravity , The Hand-in-Water Trick , I Been Callin' Y'all People , One o' them Snipe Hunters , Secondary Nicotine ,

That Dang Ol' Internet
Yeah man, I tell ya what, man. That dang ol' Internet, man. You just go on there and point and click. Talk about W-W-dot-W-com. An' lotsa nekkid chicks on there, man. Click. Click. Click. Click. Click. It's real easy, man.


That Dang Ol' CK One
Boy, I tell you what, man, that dang ol' CK One, man, just like catnip.

Them Chinese

BOOMHAUER: Yeah, man, them Chinese, man, you can't understand a dang-ol' word they say, man, just try, dang ol' whole upside-down and whatnot.

Lunch Order
BOOMHAUER (ordering dinner): Fried fillet of fried chicken ... french fried side of fries ... and some fried okra.

Dang Ol' Condom Dispenser

BOOMHAUER: Yeah man...I tell ya what...I'll tell him about them condom dispensers...Put little ol' 50 cents in there and try to hit that coin return...bang on that thing...Talk about her needs.

Ain't No Dang Ol' Woody Allen
BOOMHAUER: Hank, I don't know what you're thinkin', but no, man, I ain't no Woody Allen with that little ol' Soon-Li, man, nothin's gonna happen

Smoking
BOOMHAUER: Y'all listen up, man...this's Boomhauer...this your lungs on air, this your lungs on smoke...see the difference, man?...it's goin' stunt your growth all over...you'll wind up in a dang ol' hospital bed like Morton Downey Jr...Robert Downey Jr. even worse, man...yo...think they talk about oral gratification, all that dang...it's gonna give you a low sperm count, man...give ya ear hair...yo...it just ain't no good.

Desktop backgrounds (wallpapers): wallpaper 1, wallpaper 2

Trivia:

The most famous quote: Yup



Q: What's with that kid who calls Dale "dad?" Is he adopted?
A: Joseph John Gribble's father is actually John Redcorn, who treated Nancy Gribble for "headaches" for fourteen years (until she broke up with him in the episode "Nancy's Boys"). Dale thinks Joseph is his own son, and the closest he ever came to figuring out the truth was in "Of Mice and Little Green Men," when he became convinced that Joseph was fathered by an alien.

Q: Is Arlen a real town in Texas? Is it based on a real town?
A: Arlen is not a real town. There are two primary inspirations for Arlen. One is Garland, Texas, a town near Dallas, which was the town Mike Judge has said he had in mind when he first pitched the show. The other primary inspiration is Austin, Texas, which is where Mike Judge lives and where the writers go every year to do research for story ideas.

Q: Where do the characters' names come from?
A: Bill Dauterive is named after KotH writer (and Texas native) Jim Dauterive.
- Dale Gribble is named after the late Mike Gribble, co-founder of the "Spike and Mike" Animation Festival in San Diego, which premiered Mike Judge's first two Beavis and Butt-Head shorts.
- Luanne Platter is named after a discount special, the "Luann Platter," served at the Texas restaurant chain Luby's (which was also the inspiration for the restaurant "Luly's" on the show).
- The local minister, Reverend Karen Stroup, gets her name from a female minister at Central Christian Church in Springfield, Tennessee.
- Kahn, of course, is just an anagram of "Hank."

Q: Was there a "Monsignor Martinez" spinoff from the show?
A: In 2001, Fox ordered a live-action pilot called "Monsignor Martinez," based on the lead character of Hank and Peggy's favorite Mexican soap opera. The pilot starred Argentinian actor Ivo Cutzarida as Monsignor Martinez, and the supporting cast included King of the Hill's David Herman. The pilot was written by longtime KotH writer Jim Dauterive (who came up with the Monsignor Martinez character in an episode he wrote called "The Son that Got Away"), directed by Mike Judge, and executive-produced by Dauterive, Judge and Greg Daniels. The pilot was not picked up as a series. David Herman recalled in an interview that the pilot was very funny and full of social commentary but that "I don't think they [Fox] wanted a Catholic priest going around shooting at people."

Q: What's the name of that kid who talks like Butt-Head? What about the big kid with the weird hair?
A: The kid who talks in a deep monotone voice ("I peed in some kid's locker") is named Stuart Dooley. Mike Judge does his voice, of course. The big kid with the ponytail is named Clark Peters. His wheezy voice is provided by Pamela Segall Adlon.


Cast:

Hank Hill
Peggy Hill
Bobby Hill:
Luanne Platter
Bill Dauterive
Boomhauer
Dale Gribble
Nancy Gribble
Brittany Murphy (seasons 1-4),
Breckin Meyer (season 5 -)
Joseph Gribble
Toby Huss Kahn
Lauren Tom Minh
Lauren Tom Kahn Jr.
Toby Huss Cotton Hill
Stephen Root Buck Strickland
Victor Aaron (season 1),
Jonathan Joss (season 2 - )
John Redcorn

Links:

Official Website Very nice website!
IMDB page
Episode Guide
TV Tome (Episode Guide)




 

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