King of the Hill

Season 12 Episode 14

Lady and Gentrification

Aired Sunday 8:30 AM Mar 09, 2008 on FOX

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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  • Warning: Contains spoilers.

    Even though I started this episode about six minutes late, I still understood some of what was going on. Although, I'm not really a King of the Hill fan and I just happened to have Fox turned on because I was waiting for the new episode of the Simpsons, I think I'm starting to become a fan of the series and this episode is helping. I thought this episode was hilarious and entertaining.

    Hank agrees to make a speech for Enrique's daughter fifteenth birthday, but Peggy is selling hipsters to move to the peaceful neighborhood. Things go wrong for the birthday party and Enrique can't pay the rent that he has been paying for twenty years.

    This episode was great. Although, I don't know much about the series as far as I know, but I enjoyed this episode. I plan to watch more of the series.
  • Hipsters and Quinceaearas!

    This was an OK episode, and compared to the last couple seemed boring. It had a decent plot line, and it was funny, but it could have been much funnier. As always, Dale had some really good moments, which really made the episode better. I thought it was funny to see Hank get into the gossip and really connect with Enrique's daughter. Peggy's plot was OK, but it wasn't really funny. It was just there as a ploy to get to where the episode needed too.
  • This episode was so boring. His coworkers pleas fell on deaf ears. This writing was quite a stretch.

    Peggy wasn't herself, they explored with actually making her successful at something, but that did not work-this show didn't include enough of Bobby. Hank's one dimensional co-workers should stay just that way! In the office. They don't have the substance to carry 1/2 episode, much less 1 episode. If this is what Texans are all about.........sheesh The ignorance of Arlen was sublimely laced on the television screen for all to view. Usually enjoy tales of Texanites! But this one, perhaps after the caucauses, made me embarassed. & how unoriginal and society minded this crap was? It wasn't about providing entertainment.