King of the Hill

Season 5 Episode 13

Ho Yeah!

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Aired Sunday 8:30 AM Feb 25, 2001 on FOX
9.1
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Hank's new co-worker is Tammi, a not-too-bright young woman who just moved from Oklahoma. Peggy takes Tammi under her wing and offers to let her stay at the Hill house while she studies to get her GED. Peggy and Hank enjoy Tammi's company and the cool clothes she buys for them, though they're concerned that her dates never seem to last more than an hour. But when Alabaster Jones, the baddest pimp in Oklahoma City, comes to bring Tammi back, Hank finally realizes that Tammi is a hooker and that everybody thinks he's her new pimp.

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  • Ho Yeah! Baby

    9.5
    This is one of the best episodes of Season 5, and one of the few from this season I'd argue is a KOTH classic. It has something most of this season didn't. LAUGHS, and lots of them. Sure there have been some great plots, or character episodes, but this one was just what a comedy should be. Hilarious. The naivety of Hank and Peggy really make this episode work. Cotton's quick appearance is good for a couple of laughs and then there is Alabaster. Probably the best guest character of the season, and one of the best of the series. It was nice to enjoy an episode because of how funny it was, which I wish more KOTH episodes were.moreless
  • Hank has a new co-worker, Tammi. Just another one of Bucks replacements for Debbie. But Tammi refuses his advances and turns to the Hills for help. Hank and Peggy work to make a better life for Tammi, but turns out she has a tendency to 'get around'.moreless

    9.8
    In brief, this episode made me fall in love with the series all over again. It is a different situation for the Hills and I think it was a great line to cross. It shows the innocence of the characters that makes it the most interesting. In front of there face, a hooker is making her way around Arlen, and all the Hills want to do is get her life on track and have no idea about her secert life. When the Hills discover the Tammi's lifestyle, they do not hesitate to defend her and help her out. This episode shows the love in there hearts and the pure goodness of the characters. Not only the funniest episode I've seen, but also the nicest.moreless
  • One of the best episodes of the season.

    9.8
    When Hank gets a new co-worker at work- Tammy. Peggy helps her to get her quilification, Tammy is then invited to stay at the Hill house. It then turns out she is going out on dates but is selctive as no one seems to last for more than 1 hour. Evantually Hank unknowningly becomes a pimp. Then one of Tammy's former pimps comes to the neighbourhood and wants Tammy back. In the chase Hank squares up to him and he flees.



    In my opinion this is one of the best ever King of the hill episodes. It is one again where Hank and Peggy are lured into something they didn't know was happening. Comic Genius.moreless
  • one of my favorites

    10
    Hank's new coworker, Tammy, is not exactly the sharpest tool in the shed. He and Peggy both start liking her, until Hank learns what exactly it is Tammy does; she's a prostitute, and her pimp, Alabastor, thinks Hank is stealing her, and he is not about to let her go without a fight.



    Great episode. The realization for hank, when he realizes Tammy is a prostitute is one of the funniest moments of the series, I'd say. And him acting like a pimp to ward off Alabastor was also hilarious. The whole episode has a lot of hilarious moments, and is definitely one of their best, I think. So because of all of this my final grade is of course going to be an A+moreless
  • Very much like a comedy.

    9.0
    I have to say this is a silly episode of King of the Hill. But it was an episode that was really entertaining and it was fresh from the other normal storylines the show usually circles itself around. My favorite highlights had to be the entire time where Hank is oblivious to the fact that he has a hooker living with him. Even more funny is that Peggy is even dumber for not noticing suttle details. She is always in over her head and she got what she deserved. I also thought that the confrontation with Tammi's pimp and Hank was really entertaining. I personally wanted Hank to knock him out, but I guess you can't have everything. Thank you.moreless
Mike Judge

Mike Judge

Voice of Hank Hill, Boomhauer

Kathy Najimy

Kathy Najimy

Voice of Peggy Hill

Pamela Adlon

Pamela Adlon

Voice of Bobby Hill

Brittany Murphy

Brittany Murphy

Voice of Luanne Platter

Johnny Hardwick

Johnny Hardwick

Voice of Dale Gribble

Stephen Root

Stephen Root

Voice of Bill Dauterive

Snoop Lion

Snoop Lion

Alabaster Jones

Guest Star

Renée Zellweger

Renée Zellweger

Tammi Duvall

Guest Star

David Herman

David Herman

Miles Burton

Recurring Role

Ashley Gardner

Ashley Gardner

Voice of Nancy Hicks Gribble

Recurring Role

Dave Thomas

Dave Thomas

Lane Pratley

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (12)

    • In this episode Peggy says she is allergic to cats, however, according to "The Arrowhead",  the Hills used to own a cat. Peggy mentions that Bobby knows "his cat didn't run away". Allergies can come and go, but this is most likely an oversight by the writers.

    • Tagline: "Alabaster!" -Hank

    • As Cotton is trying to guess where he has seen Tammy before, you can see Tammy has one wristband on her right hand. In the next shot she now has two wristbands on that hand. After this shot it returns back to just one wristband.

    • When Peggy and Hank are looking the mirror, as Peggy says "We look like a couple of movie stars", her hair is its normal reddish-brown color, but her reflection in the mirror has lighter, more dull brown hair.

    • When Peggy & Hank are talking about Tammy whilst in bed, there is an outside shot of the house with light streaming out of one of the windows (the master bedroom). Yet when we see Peggy & Hank inside their room the blind for that window is down, making it impossible for the light to stream out of the window like it does.

    • When Allabaster is chasing Hank in his car, he loses the front left hubcap from his car. Just as they go over the speed bump if you look at Allabaster's car when it is in the air for a brief second you can see the hubcap is back on the tyre (more visible in slow motion). Later we see the tyre again and the hubcap is off for the rest of the scene.

    • When Peggy, Hank, and Tammy are in the car and Peggy says "We all make mistakes", her lipstick is a duller, orange shade, then it goes back to being red.

    • No matter how much of a rush Hank was in to help Tammi, no way he would have parked that car in the middle of a cross-walk, as it's illegal. He even is appalled when Alabaster runs a red later in the episode, which shows even in a serious situation he wouldn't break the law.

    • Tammi gives Hank money and says it's $50, however she only gives him 2 bills, both which are $20. That's only $40.

    • The version of the theme song with the cowbells and "yee hoo" are used again in this episode.

    • A funky version of the theme is played over the ending credits.

    • Tammi claims that she's "almost finished Congo," and that she's "up to the part where they shoot the super-monkies with the raygun." However, there are no "rayguns" in the novel Congo - this was a plot device featured only in the movie.

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