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Bobby is going to take a sex-ed class with Peggy as the teacher. In order to teach the class, Peggy must over come her fear of saying body parts in front of a class.
Bobby is going to take a sex-ed class. Hank and Peggy agree to let him. Dale scares the sex-ed teacher causing her to quit. Peggy is assigned to teach the class. Hank pulls Bobby out of the class, deciding he doesn't want Peggy teaching him. Peggy overcomes her fear of saying body parts after praticing, and she is ready to teach the class. On the day she is going to teach, Bobby goes to work with Hank. Hank realizes it is ok for Bobby to learn about sex, and takes him to the school. No one is allowed to take sex-ed except for Bobby. Peggy starts to teach Bobby about sex-ed.moreless
Even better than the first one. This episode is one of the best of the entire series. Again, all the characters are so funny, and play a good role. Some classic lines in this episode, especially by Dooley, one of the greatest characters this series had. What is great about some of these earlier episodes, is that Peggy hasn't become the arrogant person she becomes later on, and is just funny. Love the part where she is yelling out body parts. Another perfect 10 in this premiere season!moreless
The second episode of King of the Hill had some great humor in it.
In this episode, Peggy has to teach a sex-education class after Dale prank calls the teacher and scares her away. This episode was great as well, the humor in it was great, it had some classic moments like the icy hot scene, Peggy shouting out swear words and hank spitting his beer out, Hank's reactions to everything he saw about sexual relations, and much more. In conclusion, Square Peg is a perfect KotH episode that has great humor in it.
One of their funniest episodes from the first season, In my opinion anyway. I really can not stand Peggy usually but in this one she was funny. Some of the episode, especially in the later half, may not be very appropriate for children because it is talking about sex, but the overall episode is good, and I think most fans of the show will like this one, even if it isn't their all-time funniest or best, it is still a great offering.
So, my overall grade would be an A+, it really is one of their funniest, I think anywaymoreless
Peggy Hill is a professional subsitute Spanish teacher and when she gets called in to teach Sex Ed, things take a turn for the worse because Peggy can't speak about such unlady-like subjects out loud. She just was not raised that way.
Peggy-with-a-Y Hill has been voted Substite Teacher of the Year and holds the respect of the middle school principal. She is the first subsitute phoned for this assignment and unfortunately for all involved, Peggy never really took a Sex Ed class in her entire life. You see, in Peggy's pre-adolescent days, school wasn't very direct in broaching this subject. Peggy's mother supplemented her knowledge back in those days with a picture book about the wonderment of women (the book was a wide-spread publication back then and parents' common subsitute for "The Talk"), it was basically a book filled with drawings of flowers - not exactly informative. Eventually, Hank Hill argues with Peg enough to give her the strength to teach body parts to the students in her class - only to find that Bobby Hill is the lone student in the Sex Ed class.moreless
One of the best episodes ever. Dale scares the sex ed teacher to quit and Peggy has to teach the class. Can she over come her fear of talking about body parts?
Bobby give Hank and Peggy a permission slip for a Sex Ed class. Hank and Peggy decide that they should talk to him about the body and not the school. However, when they both chicken out, they decide to let him take the class. Dale scares the Sex Ed teacher to quit, and the school hires Peggy. Peggy tries to overcome her fear of talking about the body and she finally does. However, Hank pulls Bobby out of the class and takes him to his work. Peggy prepares to talk to the kids about the body, and Hank realizes that Peggy should teach Bobby. Hank takes Bobby to the school, and when Peggy asks for the permission slips, Bobby is the only one there. Peggy starts to talk to Bobby about the body.moreless