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Who likes Hank I mean seriously

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    stump2790

    [1]Nov 11, 2007
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    Because I do
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    mp34mp

    [2]Nov 11, 2007
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    As do I. He's the center of sanity in a neighborhood of completely insane Crazy.
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    Michigan88

    [3]Nov 11, 2007
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    I do "I tell you what"
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    thefireman43

    [4]Nov 12, 2007
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    I do but the show wouldn't be the same without Boomhauer
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    Megaman200798

    [5]Nov 12, 2007
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    Sure do. He's the glue to the crazyy a$$ neighborhood
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    DragonBlazer200

    [6]Nov 18, 2007
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    Hank is okay, but he needs to learn not everyone is as overly moralistic as him.
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    Megaman200798

    [7]Nov 18, 2007
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    DragonBlazer200 wrote:
    Hank is okay, but he needs to learn not everyone is as overly moralistic as him.


    Thats what makes it funny
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    hsimpson44

    [8]Nov 19, 2007
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    stump2790 wrote:
    Because I do


    Good joke. Here I thought I'd have to come and defend Hank.
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    piperlovegood

    [9]Oct 11, 2010
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    I like Hank but I really wish he'll learn to accepted Bobby's 'creativeness'

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    coolpichu21

    [10]Oct 13, 2010
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    I only need one reason to like Hank. And that reason is

    "BAOWAAA!!"
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    berberdog

    [11]Oct 18, 2010
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    Hank is actually a good role model for the kids of today. He is hard working as well as dedicated to his job, pro-American, loves his mom, respects the law, has morals, is old fashioned, and polite (when he's not annoyed and threatens to "kick your ass"). I would love to run into kids today who would be like Hank.

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    DOMOJITA

    [12]Dec 29, 2010
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    he seems ok at times but sometimes he can just be so lame, but he' still an ok guy inlease he' a better dad then peter griffen from family guy.
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    NathanRoth

    [13]Jan 2, 2011
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    "Dale Im gonna kick ass"
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    russshak

    [14]Jan 12, 2011
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    i base much of my life on hank's teachings. for example, women don't like drama and mind games, they like predictability.
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    RaizenYusuke

    [15]Dec 15, 2011
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    He's a good character, but in later seasons he became somewhat annoying, but most of the characters got annoying in the later years. I felt Hank was more open minded and well meaning in the earlier years of the show, while in the final years he become a little more close minded and controlling.
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    thundercat2000

    [16]Jun 6, 2012
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    Exactly. He needed to open up and see the world for what it is today and not yesterday.

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    drudager

    [17]Jul 3, 2012
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    thundercat2000 wrote:

    Exactly. He needed to open up and see the world for what it is today and not yesterday.



    Maybe it's the world that needs to wake up & get with it. Count me as another of the pro-Hank camp.
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    RayDiNitto

    [18]Jul 4, 2012
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    Yeah, another in the pro-Hank family. Hank keeps Bobby balanced - if Bobby were to have a "twig-boy" Dad he would never have had the respect he did from his peers. Bobby is SO extreme (in a good way) so Hank's conservative values (B: "Why do you hate what you don't understand?". H:"I don't hate you Bobby." B: "I'm talking about soccer". H: "Oh. Yeah, I hate soccer.") keep Bobby somewhere comfortably in the middle. Don't forget ALL the times when Hank saved Bobby's @ss from going too far (Chubby boy model, little league outfielder) and Bobby was glad he did.


    Besides, Hank and Bobby MORE than remind me a little of me and my Dad. I grew up just fine - still liberal, artistic and crazy! But I'm grounded and understand the difference between being laughed WITH and laughed AT.

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    RaizenYusuke

    [19]Aug 4, 2012
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    Some episodes were stupid and made Hank and other characters look bad like the episode where Hank stops going to his church, because a family had taken the seats he and his family usually sit. That was childish and Hank had no leg to stand on.
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    drudager

    [20]Aug 25, 2012
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    Or a place to sit. If anything, the church did not show any token towards Hank's loyalty. It was too much of the church taking Hank's family (and his money) for granted. Without patrons, there is no church (or anything for that matter). I wouldn't blame Hank for being upset because when you're used to doing things a certain way, it's unsettling when something disrupts that - especially when the mentioned establishment doesn't hold the person in the same high regard. Ironically I happen to live very close to both kinds of churches so I've seen it first hand (and incidentally, the small church acting like the megachurch). There is no assigned seating in church, but maybe there should be. Newbies can hug it out in the back. Also nobody gets to cut in line, you gotta wait your turn.
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