King of the Hill

Season 5 Episode 20

Kidney Boy and Hamster Girl: A Love Story

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Aired Sunday 8:30 AM May 13, 2001 on FOX
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8.5
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  • Not your average love story.

    8.5
    This episode is just freakin awesome. A perfect season finale. So what's the story? Bobby gets his bike stolen at a high school by some high school Hank makes him go back to get it. Yeah, you know Hank. Anyways, Bobby does but ends up going into the high school and is mistaken as a student. He manages to get into the cool crowd by making up an imaginative story and suddenly is helping them get No Doubt to come to the prom! Of course, it involves an inevitable fallout with him and Connie. She uses Joseph to get back he takes it seriously. In the end, Bobby's secret is revealed, but they let him go to the prom with Connie cause he got No Doubt to come. It ends with them dancing to "Don't Speak".



    All in all, an awesome ep that ends a pretty good season!
  • Tail End of the Season

    9.5
    If the episode were to of sucked, at least it has the funniest and most memorable title. Thankfully, this was a great episode. It has a, while unbelievable, hilarious plot line. And the humour inside of the episode was great. The B plot wasn't really funny at all, except the "he's a squatter" line. The whole fake love story between "Kidney Boy" and "Hamster Girl" was really funny and made this episode. Overall a great episode, especially for a Season Finale.
  • perfect

    10
    bobby is mistaken for a high schooler accidentally, and the other high school guys feel bad for him because he fakes having a kidney disorder. and things only get worse when they hear that connie supposedly is part hamster. what will happen when bobby reveals the truth?

    good episode and really one of my personal favorites of the series. i really like the humor and the story in this one and i consider it a fine classic, and a great way to end the 5th season. my overall grade for this episode is going to be an A+, great offering
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