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King of the Hill

Season 11 Episode 12

Lucky's Wedding Suit

Aired Sunday 8:30 AM May 20, 2007 on FOX
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Episode Summary


When Lucky wants to give Luanne the expensive wedding that she desires, he gets a job working for Dale, and when he gets injured fooling around in Dale's basement he sues Dale. After Lucky's lawyer finds out that Dale does not have insurance, he goes after Strickland Propane, since Hank was the one that recommend Lucky work for Dale. Lucky starts to feel badly so he tries to pull the lawsuit but the lawyer refuses. The whole time, Hank is trying to convince Luanne and Lucky that they should save their money instead of spending it on an extravagant wedding. Bill has bed bug bites and can't stop itching.


Who was the Episode MVP ?

  • Finale (Not Series)

    Although the show had two full seasons after, this initially was the finale. And it would have been a great one too. To be honest a much better one than what they actually had (however, I am glad it came back for more seasons as I enjoyed a number of episodes in seasons 12 and 13). It had a great plot, hilarious scenes, and a slew of recurring and one time characters. It was nice to walk down the aisle, known as memory lane, to the golden age of KOTH. All the characters did a good job, and brought humour to the episode, and even when it wasn't a funny moment or scene, it was still very enjoyable! AWESOME season finale, as usual!moreless
  • One of the best ever.

    Wow this was a really special it was suppose to be the series finale but Fox brought it back for another season and they just made this the season finale. I think this will be one of those episodes that every KOTH fan will rember I know I will. I think it was really funny from start to finish and thi has been one of my favorite episodes and this has been one of the best seasons in while.

    It was a great was way to end the season they will probaly end the series the same way it started. Hank, Bill, Dale, and Boomhaure going yep, yep, yep, mmhm.moreless
  • As his wedding approaches, Lucky sues Dale.

    First I want to say I was not disappointed with the Season Finale. In fact, Im glad they picked one with Lucky and Luanne because I personally dont want most of the finale season about them. Anyways, in the episode Lucky wants Luanne to have a big wedding so he sues Dale. When he finds out Dale isnt insured he goes after Strickland Propane. Finally he decides to drop the lawsuit after talking with Hank and Lucky and Luanne get married.moreless
Brittany Murphy

Brittany Murphy

Luanne Platter

Johnny Hardwick

Johnny Hardwick

Dale Gribble

Kathy Najimy

Kathy Najimy

Peggy Hill

Mike Judge

Mike Judge

Hank Hill, Boomhauer

Pamela Adlon

Pamela Adlon

Bobby Hill

Stephen Root

Stephen Root

Bill Dauterive, Buck Strickland

Tom Petty

Tom Petty


Recurring Role

Lauren Tom

Lauren Tom

Minh Souphanousinphone

Recurring Role

Danny Trejo

Danny Trejo


Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Tagline: "…with liberty and justice for all." -Strickland Propane Staff

    • Lucky's real name is Elroy Kleinschmidt.

    • There were a number of recurring and one time (but popular) characters who showed up at the wedding, which was done due to this being the series finale at the time it was made. The following is a list of the people at the wedding:
      -Anthony Page, the social worker, from "Pilot" and "Junkie Business"
      -Bob Jenkins 

      -Chuck Mangione (who was the musician)
      -Cindy, Ted and Chane Wassanasong
      -Clark Peters
      -Cotton, Didi and "Good Hank"
      -Elvin and Mud Dobber
      -Ernst, Peggy's hair dresser from "Goodbye Normal Jeans"
      -John Redcorn
      -Junichiro, Hank's half brother 
from "Returning Japanese" Pts. 1 and 2
      -Kahn, Minh, and Connie Souphanousinphone
      -Lane Pratley
      -Leanne Platter (Luanne's mom) 

      -Mack, the repairman from "Racist Dawg"
      -Maddie Platter (Peggy's Mom)
      -Miss Kremzer (Luanne's Hair Academy teacher)
      -Monsignor Martinez
      -Ms. Wakefield
      -Nancy and Joseph Gribble
      -Patch and Mee-Maw Boomhauer
      -Principal Moss
      -Rev. Stroup (who performed the ceremony)
      -Sharona Johnson (girl from Luanne's Hair Academy class)
      -The Strickland Propane Gang (Donna, Enrique, Joe Jack, Strickland)
      -Tammy Duvall from "Ho, Yeah!"  

      -Tillie Hill and Gary Kasner

  • QUOTES (6)

    • (Hank, Dale, Bill and Boomhauer are having a beer in the alley after Luanne and Lucky's wedding)
      Dale: I'm a sucker for weddings - all the flowers and the loving vows and the ring pillow... (sobs)

    • Lucky: Me having to sue Dale hurts almost as much as my grievous injuries.

    • Dale: It's not just Bill - there's a bedbug epidemic going on!
      Hank: Well, you're awful chipper about it.
      Dale: I've got more work than I can handle, and my shall we say 'lack of competence' creates a lot of repeat business!

    • Luanne: (sobbing as Lucky is carried into the ambulance) Why do my boyfriends always die?

    • (Luanne is shopping for a wedding dress with the help of Peggy, Bobby, Nancy, Minh and Kahn)
      Bobby: Now Luanne is going to assign each of you a body part and you have to tell her if it looks bad in the dress.
      Kahn: I call back fat!

    • Hank: Look, I know this whole lawsuit is asinine, but this is exactly why you have liability insurance. (pauses) You do have liability insurance, don't you?
      Dale: Yeah, because you made me.... Hey, thanks!

  • NOTES (4)

    • This episode aired back-to-back with the previous one.

    • This was originally suppose to be the series finale, until Fox renewed it. As the episode was originally intended as the series finale, it includes references to earlier episodes. An example is that Cotton tells Kahn that he'll have a mai tai at the wedding much like he did in his first appearance in the episode "Shins of the Father".

    • The song played at the end is "White Wedding" by Billy Idol.

    • Luanne: Why do my boyfriends always die?
      Luanne is referring to Buckley, who was her boyfriend during the first two seasons, who died in a propane explosion in "Propane Boom (1)".


    • Hank: Frivolous lawsuits are chasing good people out of business - people who sell propane, people who manufacture flu vaccines, and people who make lawn darts!

      Hank is referring to the mid-1980s suits against lawn dart manufacturers after three children were killed and many more were injured by the darts after misusing the toys. All lawn darts were banned from sale in the United States by the Consumer Product Safety Commission in 1988.