King of the Hill

Joust Like a Woman

Season 6, Ep 8, Aired 2/24/02
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  • Episode Description
  • Hank is trying to land a big account at a Renaissance Fair. Peggy offers to help by saying she'll work there in exchange for the King considering using the propane. When she is assigned to be a house cleaning winch, she has a hard time staying in character, and behaving inferior to the men. When she tries to approach the King, he dismisses her, which starts a war that Peggy needs to win.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Mike Judge

    Voice of Hank Hill, Boomhauer, Stuart Dooley

  • Kathy Najimy

    Voice of Peggy Hill

  • Pamela Adlon

    Voice of Bobby Hill

  • Brittany Murphy

    Voice of Joseph Gribble (seasons 1-4), Luanne Platter

  • Johnny Hardwick

    Voice of Dale Gribble

  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • Ye Need Not See This One

    By pedroman01, Aug 28, 2013

  • Rarely does King of the Hill put out a bad episode. This, however, is an exception...seeing Hank Hill in tights is a definite turn-off!

    By BatJane, Feb 08, 2011

  • Why should I even bother reviewing this mess? To save 20 minutes from anyone from watching it.

    By mitu123, Oct 23, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (12)

    • Peggy: Why don’t you drop the act, and you explain to me why the wenches make seventy cents on the dollar, and the village idiot gets full dental?

    • Mr. Strickland: I got a lead on a new client so big, it’ll put all my bastard sons through college.

    • King Philip: Ah, so you are the keeper of the flame? Hank: Uh... assistant keeper of the flame.

    • King Philip: We wage war on France on the morrow! Kid: That is so gay.

    • Peggy: In the future, they will invent a magical sucking device, to free women from household drudgery!

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    Trivia (3)

    • Tagline: "How now, gas man." -King Philip

    • After Peggy throws the tomato at King Philip you see it lands on the badge on his jacket. Most of the tomato lands about the top of his badge and seems to set on the top part. A few scenes later when Peggy is being put in the stocks for punishment you see Philip again and the stain has moved down the badge. Most notably the tomato stain looks larger and a large chunk of it has moved below the badge onto the shirt.

    • After Peggy has knocked King Philip off his horse at the end you can the sun is setting behind her, when it goes to a reaction shot of Bobby and Luanne in the stands, it is a blue sky and sunny behind them. The following shot of Peggy it goes back to the sun setting. The mistake could be said to be deliberate as the shot was used earlier in the scene and probably used again to save time and money than re-animating the exact same shot.

    Allusions (2)

    • Dale: The Prime Directive has been breached! An allusion to the fictional Star Trek universe's Temporal Prime Directive (forbidding time travelers to interfere in any other timeline) although he's stating the more general Prime Directive (Starfleet General Order 1) against interference in the culture, social or technical development of (usually more primitive) civilizations encountered in the same timeline.

    • Episode Title: Joust Like a Woman This episode's title is a play on the famous Bob Dylan song "Just Like a Woman."

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