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What's your favorite scene/moment on this show?

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    Megaman200798

    [61]Nov 27, 2007
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    damitch18 wrote:

    The best line is:

    Luanne: Aunt Peggy, Uncle Hank... I just heard there was a Santa Claus exhibit at the Arlen Museum and someone stole his leg! (begins crying)

    It makes me laugh so so hard every time!



    That doesnt...make sense?
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    HelloStuart

    [62]Dec 12, 2007
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    Megaman200798 wrote:
    damitch18 wrote:

    The best line is:

    Luanne: Aunt Peggy, Uncle Hank... I just heard there was a Santa Claus exhibit at the Arlen Museum and someone stole his leg! (begins crying)

    It makes me laugh so so hard every time!


    That doesn't... make sense?

    It's all in the delivery.
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    Megaman200798

    [63]Dec 12, 2007
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    HelloStuart wrote:
    Megaman200798 wrote:
    damitch18 wrote:

    The best line is:

    Luanne: Aunt Peggy, Uncle Hank... I just heard there was a Santa Claus exhibit at the Arlen Museum and someone stole his leg! (begins crying)

    It makes me laugh so so hard every time!


    That doesn't... make sense?

    It's all in the delivery.


    She certaintly knows how to do that
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    jaksword

    [64]Dec 13, 2007
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    Megaman200798 wrote:
    mp34mp wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    jaksword wrote:
    I am sorry I meant that he in very closed minded too new ideas including music, dinner choices and even the internet. sorry I don't know what I was thinking when I wrote that.
    Not closed-minded, just set in his ways. Conservative might be too strong a word to describe Hank.
    From a Conservative perspective, Hank is DAMN Conservative. I don't think Hank even has a Liberal quality in him. Peggy on the other hand, gets on these Liberal rants with her terrible "let's feel good about ourselves!" soft Liberal style of parenting.
    Hank just doesnt want to let Bobby go off in a tangent

    So mp34mp i presume that you are a conservative with that liberal shot, and back on topic you all are right about him being set in his ways but i only said closed minded because he usually refuses to change but well we all do that some times

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    Megaman200798

    [65]Dec 14, 2007
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    He grew up with certain views and saw nothing else. Often he doesnt know how to act to those. Especially thanks to his rigid father
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    mp34mp

    [66]Jan 26, 2008
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    jaksword wrote:

    Megaman200798 wrote:
    mp34mp wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    jaksword wrote:
    I am sorry I meant that he in very closed minded too new ideas including music, dinner choices and even the internet. sorry I don't know what I was thinking when I wrote that.
    Not closed-minded, just set in his ways. Conservative might be too strong a word to describe Hank.
    From a Conservative perspective, Hank is DAMN Conservative. I don't think Hank even has a Liberal quality in him. Peggy on the other hand, gets on these Liberal rants with her terrible "let's feel good about ourselves!" soft Liberal style of parenting.
    Hank just doesnt want to let Bobby go off in a tangent

    So mp34mp i presume that you are a conservative with that liberal shot, and back on topic you all are right about him being set in his ways but i only said closed minded because he usually refuses to change but well we all do that some times



    I am pretty Conservative. Hank is extremely Conservative but more in an old fashioned way. I'd say I'm a modern Conservative who looks to reality rather than Old Religion.
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    Megaman200798

    [67]Feb 26, 2008
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    mp34mp wrote:
    jaksword wrote:

    Megaman200798 wrote:
    mp34mp wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    jaksword wrote:
    I am sorry I meant that he in very closed minded too new ideas including music, dinner choices and even the internet. sorry I don't know what I was thinking when I wrote that.
    Not closed-minded, just set in his ways. Conservative might be too strong a word to describe Hank.
    From a Conservative perspective, Hank is DAMN Conservative. I don't think Hank even has a Liberal quality in him. Peggy on the other hand, gets on these Liberal rants with her terrible "let's feel good about ourselves!" soft Liberal style of parenting.
    Hank just doesnt want to let Bobby go off in a tangent

    So mp34mp i presume that you are a conservative with that liberal shot, and back on topic you all are right about him being set in his ways but i only said closed minded because he usually refuses to change but well we all do that some times



    I am pretty Conservative. Hank is extremely Conservative but more in an old fashioned way. I'd say I'm a modern Conservative who looks to reality rather than Old Religion.


    How's that looking?
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    brwnhairdwnder

    [68]Feb 28, 2008
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    So... to get back to the task at hand...

    I'd say that the ENTIRE "Ms. Wakefield" episode is HILLARIOUS!!!! But, my favorite scene HAS to be when they think that she's dead, and they come into the house and find her walker on the kitchen floor. Then, Hank finds her leaning in the back of his closet, with her arms crossed over her chest as if she's dead. Then when he's like: "Ohh... Ms. Wakefield..." She sort of jumps at him!! HILLARIOUS!!!

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    Megaman200798

    [69]Feb 29, 2008
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    brwnhairdwnder wrote:

    So... to get back to the task at hand...

    I'd say that the ENTIRE "Ms. Wakefield" episode is HILLARIOUS!!!! But, my favorite scene HAS to be when they think that she's dead, and they come into the house and find her walker on the kitchen floor. Then, Hank finds her leaning in the back of his closet, with her arms crossed over her chest as if she's dead. Then when he's like: "Ohh... Ms. Wakefield..." She sort of jumps at him!! HILLARIOUS!!!



    And quite creepy :[
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    stlbill2

    [70]Apr 25, 2008
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    "Bobby, if you weren't my son, I'd hug you."

    Hank's quote is the essence of the show. Terrific.
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    brwnhairdwnder

    [71]Apr 30, 2008
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    OH!! Also the scene in "Bobby Goes Nuts" where he kicks Hank in the testicles while yelling: "That's my purse!! I don't know you!!!" PRICELESS
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    LukeX4

    [72]May 12, 2008
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    season 1......hanks in the alley with the guys drinking............peggys in the bathroom trying to say penis and vagina........hapPENIS...hapPENIS......VAAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNAAAAAAAAAAA, very rare hank spits out beer!!!!

    and a firefighter we will go is excellant

    also lovedwhen Dale dumped redcorn and got real wiv DALE

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    jaksword

    [73]May 20, 2008
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    mp34mp wrote:
    jaksword wrote:

    Megaman200798 wrote:
    mp34mp wrote:
    HelloStuart wrote:
    jaksword wrote:
    I am sorry I meant that he in very closed minded too new ideas including music, dinner choices and even the internet. sorry I don't know what I was thinking when I wrote that.
    Not closed-minded, just set in his ways. Conservative might be too strong a word to describe Hank.
    From a Conservative perspective, Hank is DAMN Conservative. I don't think Hank even has a Liberal quality in him. Peggy on the other hand, gets on these Liberal rants with her terrible "let's feel good about ourselves!" soft Liberal style of parenting.
    Hank just doesnt want to let Bobby go off in a tangent

    So mp34mp i presume that you are a conservative with that liberal shot, and back on topic you all are right about him being set in his ways but i only said closed minded because he usually refuses to change but well we all do that some times

    I am pretty Conservative. Hank is extremely Conservative but more in an old fashioned way. I'd say I'm a modern Conservative who looks to reality rather than Old Religion.

    I see well good then

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    jaksword

    [74]May 20, 2008
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    One I love is when Dale puts spray on his face

    tingling, burning, severe burning, blindess, hank get your hose NOW

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    thewerewolfmage

    [75]May 22, 2008
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    I have so many favorite scenes. I love Min walking around in Peggy's shoes. "I'm like little girl in Mommy's shoes!"

    Bill as Lenore is hysterical. That's all that needs to be said.

    I also love Hank and Bobby talking about soccer.

    "Dad, why do you hate things you don't understand?"

    "I don't hate you Bobby."

    "No, I'm talking about soccer!"

    "Oh yes, I hate soccer!"

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    astrix83

    [77]Sep 14, 2008
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    Great posts in here, I have so many favorite scenes though. The first is when hank doesent want to pay a late fee for an unreturned video at arlen video. So he starts getting all this porn in his mail, then he decides to get rid of it by taking it to the city dump. The cop sees him and tells him "you cant throw away your things here since this product includes oil, heres your vibrator" hank- "its not that, its a wand massage it says so on the box" LOL. many many bill scenes
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    inferre

    [78]Sep 27, 2008
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    I love two scenes from "Be true to your fool" both of them starring Dale.

    #1:

    Dale: Ding! Better idea. As an exterminator, I will take steps to spare us the shame of hairlessness. A mixture of malathion and lindane. Fairly harmless, according to the government, which has been squirting at you for most of your life.

    Hank: Dang it, Dale, I don't like the whole head-shaving thing either, but...

    Bill: YUP!

    Dale: GET LOST BILL!

    #2

    Dale Gribble: Tingling...and burning...itching, itching, burning...and blindness...intense burning...Hank, get your hose...NOW!

    I laugh everytime. I really do.

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    mitsukigirl13

    [79]Sep 28, 2008
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    In the episode "Old Glory" When Kahn tries to take down Bill's flag

    "KAHN! You touch that flag, and it will be the last thing you ever do." And then he starts chasing Kahn and slipps, and then just gets back up again LOL I was laughing my head off!
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    Kozmo1

    [80]Nov 3, 2008
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    From Dog Dale Afternoon where Dale catches Redcorn sneeking in his wife's window and thinks he's after his mower.

    "I know what your here for....get away from my mower, now get inside and start massaging my wife."
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